Kamagra Oral Jelly

Dr. Babak Ashrafi

Medically reviewed by

Dr Babak Ashrafi

Last reviewed: 21 Nov 2022

Kamagra Oral Jelly is an erectile dysfunction treatment that is not approved for use in the UK. Here, we explain the dangers of using medications like Kamagra Oral Jelly and how you can find safe, legal and affordable erectile dysfunction treatment.

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What is Kamagra Oral Jelly?

Kamagra Oral Jelly is a medication sold to treat erectile dysfunction and boost sexual performance. It comes in the form of a jelly that dissolves in your mouth. It comes in the form of a dissolvable jelly in a sachet. According to the manufacturer, Ajanta Pharma, each sachet contains 100mg of sildenafil citrate, which is the same active ingredient used in erectile dysfunction treatments like Viagra and Viagra Connect. Kamagra Oral Jelly is not approved for use in the UK, so it is illegal to buy or sell this medication.

How to take Kamagra Oral Jelly

The manufacturer states that Kamagra Jelly should be taken 30 minutes before sex. You do this by placing the jelly in your mouth, where it dissolves and is absorbed. This is only confirmed by the manufacturer and not from any studies or tests.

What is an oral jelly?

An oral jelly is a dissolvable gel that’s meant to be easier to swallow than a pill. ‘Sexual enhancers’ (medication claimed to boost your sex life by providers) are often advertised and sold as oral jelly with claims that they start working faster and are easier to take than conventional treatments. However, no clear evidence exists that says that using oral jelly makes this type of medication work faster.

What are the risks of buying or taking Kamagra Oral Jelly?

You should not buy or take Kamagra Oral Jelly for the following reasons:

Health risks

Due to the lack of medical safety tests, taking Kamagra Oral Jelly could pose a significant health risk. This is because the ingredients and dosage may be different from what the manufacturer states. This means you could be taking sildenafil or something else entirely.

Criminal risk

Kamagra Oral Jelly is not approved for use in the UK. This means buying or selling it is illegal, as you cannot buy or sell prescription medication without a prescription from a doctor. This could lead to a fine or even prosecution.

Is Kamagra Oral Jelly safe?

Taking oral jellies or any medicines that have not been approved and tested is associated with significant health risks.

Increased risk of side effects

There is an increased risk of side effects from Kamagra jelly because it is

said to contain 100mg of sildenafil, which is the maximum dose per day. This is usually only prescribed for severe ED when lower doses are ineffective. Normally, a doctor would start you on a lower dose to see how your body reacts to the medication or if you get any side effects. They would then adjust the dose accordingly to your needs.

Kamagra oral jelly can cause side effect like:

  • dizziness
  • headaches
  • nasal congestion
  • stomach problems
  • feeling of fullness
  • vision problems.

Taking too much sildenafil if you have certain health conditions or take other medications can lead to a life threatening drop in blood pressure. This is especially the case if you take nitrates for a heart condition. This is why it is vital you speak to your doctor before ever taking a prescription medication.

Impurities and unknown ingredients

Kamagra Oral Jelly may be contaminated by foreign substances, which can be harmful to health. This is because it is manufactured in India and is not subject to the same hygiene regulations and controls in the UK. There is also no way to be sure that the concentration of the active ingredient in Kamagra Oral Jelly is what is stated by the manufacturer. This means you could potentially be taking a dangerous amount of sildenafil without realising it.

Lack of specialist medical advice

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a range of other health conditions, some of which are very serious. Without seeing your doctor about erectile dysfunction, what’s causing it might be missed. There could be another condition that could be treated that would fix your erectile dysfunction. There are also some conditions that can cause erectile dysfunction, which medication can’t treat. If this is the case, no amount of Kamagra Oral Jelly will help, but a doctor may be able to recommend something that will.

Other medications and conditions can also change how sildenafil works and how it affects you. When you get a prescription for a legal erectile dysfunction treatment, your doctor makes sure you’re currently taking any medication or have any conditions that could be harmful to you. When you order an illegal medication like Kamagra, these checks do not happen, and you could be putting yourself in danger.

Request erectile dysfunction treatment from ZAVA

If you need erectile dysfunction treatment, ZAVA can quickly and discreetly provide legal and safe treatments. We can provide a range of branded and generic medications, and our doctors are always on hand to make sure your treatment is suitable for your health and needs.

Branded treatments available:

Generic treatments contain the same active ingredient as brand name treatments and work in exactly the same way. They are usually cheaper and more often prescribed on the NHS.

Generic treatments available:

Licensed providers like ZAVA offer a legal and safe way to get erectile dysfunction treatment online. All you have to do is fill out a short questionnaire, which will be checked by a doctor. If the treatment is suitable, it will be prescribed and delivered to your door.

Is it legal to buy Kamagra Oral Jelly in the UK?

No, Kamagra Oral Jelly is not approved as a drug in the UK or EU, so buying it is illegal.

Even if the price and effects of Kamagra Oral Jelly appear attractive, the risks of using an unlicensed medication are not worth it. You can’t be certain what the Kamagra oral jelly will contain or whether it’s been safely produced. Buying illegal medication is an entirely unnecessary risk, especially when safe, legal treatments are readily available and nearly the same price.

Always get your medication from providers recognised by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) like ZAVA.. This ensures that the medication is safe and actually contains what is listed in the ingredients.

Is purchasing medicines from another country a punishable offence?

Yes, purchasing medicines from another country that have not been prescribed to you is a criminal offence, even for personal use. You could be fined or face prosecution.

Conclusion

Kamagra Oral Jelly is an illegal and unlicensed treatment for erectile dysfunction containing the active ingredient sildenafil. Buying and selling it is a criminal offence and can be punished with a fine and, in some cases, imprisonment.

Taking Kamagra Oral Jelly can be harmful, as it is often done without medical advice. The ingredients and their dosage are not verified by appropriate medical bodies, which means there is no way to know what is in each sachet.

If you have erectile dysfunction, it is safer to take treatments in the UK that have been prescribed to you by a doctor. The effectiveness of these medications is proven by clinical studies, and your doctor will make sure they’re suitable for you.

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Medically reviewed by:
Dr Babak Ashrafi Clinical Lead for Service Expansion

Babak studied medicine at King’s College London and graduated in 2003, having also gained a bachelor’s degree in Physiology during his time there. He completed his general practice (GP) training in East London, where he worked for a number of years as a partner at a large inner-city GP practice. He completed the Royal College of GPs membership exam in 2007.

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Last reviewed: 21 Nov 2022

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