Kamagra is a generic presentation of sildenafil – more specifically, sildenafil nitrate – which is the same substance present on Viagra, the great innovator and market leader in terms of treating erectile dysfunction since the middle 1990s. So sildenafil as such is a more than proven solution for people experiencing that problem, as it has been helping them keep an active, relevant sexual and love life for over 20 years, still being the main solution on everyone’s minds whenever impotence is mentioned.
One of the main differences about Kamagra is that it can be found both in the form of pills – which is the same way other similar medications are sold – or as an oral jelly, easier to administer and for the body to absorb. There is no known information discussing the advantages or disadvantages of one form over the other, except for the fact that other, more successful and trialed similar products stick to the tablets form with recognized efficiency.
Only time will tell which one is the correct answer.
As it stands, since there aren’t official reports and studies on the usage of Kamagra specifically, and we are not sure what it contains is truly sildenafil, it is hard to predict side-effects, just as much as it is hard to expect efficiency from it unless you try it yourself – at your own risk and peril. Supposing that Kamagra is truly a sildenafil distribution, adverse side effects that can be expected as a possibility would be the same as with Viagra, Cialis and most of similar ED drugs: headaches, vision interference, problems with digestion, and, way more rarely, strokes, low blood pressure, hearing loss, heart attacks and ventricular arrhythmia.
Australian buyers struggling with sexual impotence and desirous to try Kamagra as a cheaper, unverified solution, can still find Kamagra being offered online for around a sachet, or 0 for 30 sachets. Buying medication without prescription and have it sent to Australia is an illegal practice, as is buying them abroad and taking them with you into the country.
So customers would have a much safer, and potentially more rewarding experience by seeing their doctor and getting a prescribed medication for their problem of erectile dysfunction. Millions of men are treated for it in this way, and the majority of them have a satisfying experience, with no relevant side-effects. Even if that solution costs more money, and is more time-consuming, the rates of success attached to it are a great incentive over buying and using medications in unsafe ways.
I am General practitioner (GP) in Melbourne since 2006.