What is Kamagra?
Kamagra contains the same active ingredient as Viagra but it’s a gel, not a tablet
Kamagra is not a licensed treatment in the EU and its effects and risk are not well known
It is not legal to buy Kamagra in the UK and it is dangerous to buy unlicensed medication online
If you want treatment like Kamagra you could consider Viagra, Sildenafil, or Viagra Connect
What is Kamagra?
Kamagra is a form of treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). It contains the active ingredient sildenafil citrate, which is used in generic Viagra, and comes in either tablet or oral jelly form. It is usually bought online as a cheap alternative to Viagra or Levitra, and it is thought to work in a similar way.
However, Kamagra is currently unlicensed in the EU and therefore cannot be prescribed to you by a doctor. Because of this, the exact ingredients and side effects of Kamagra are unknown, and using it is unsafe and potentially dangerous.
If you are looking for a non-prescription form of Viagra, then Viagra Connect will be available in Spring 2018.
How does it work?
Kamagra is thought to work a lot like Viagra, which is taken by men who are struggling to get or keep an erection. The pill or jelly is used in combination with sexual stimulation, and works by increasing blood flow to the penis. The tablets are swallowed orally, and the jelly is dissolved on the tongue.
Is Kamagra safe?
There is always a huge amount of risk involved in buying unlicensed drugs over the internet. Buying Kamagra online in the EU is illegal, and websites offering it often sell fake or dangerous imitations.
Because it is unlicensed, there are no controls over the ingredients of the drug, and very little awareness of its side-effects. Without a prescription and a proper medical assessment, certain people will react very badly to the drug, depending on their individual medical history and lifestyle. It is also more difficult to work out whether you may be likely to have an allergic reaction, which can be potentially life-threatening.
How can I get Kamagra?
Kamagra can only be bought online, illegally. It is not available for prescription purchase, and cannot be obtained legally in Ireland or anywhere else in the EU.
How are Viagra and Kamagra different?
Kamagra is thought to contain the same active ingredient as Viagra, sildenafil citrate. In theory, it should work in much the same way as Viagra, taking about 45 minutes to take effect, and lasting for around 4-6 hours. However, this will vary from person to person.
Because Kamagra is an unlicensed and unregulated drug, websites selling it are likely to sell fake or imitation versions, and so the exact ingredients may vary. it is therefore impossible to tell whether or not Kamagra will definitely work, and the drug’s effects will vary drastically depending upon which version you buy.
Is it worth the risk?
Buying unregulated and illegal drugs is never worth the risk to your safety and personal health, especially when there is such a wide range of cheap, legal treatments for erectile dysfunction available. Talk to your GP if you are concerned about your difficulties gaining or sustaining an erection for a full overview of your options for treatment.
Zava offers a convenient and discreet service to help men improve their erectile dysfunction. There are a number of treatments you can consider. Continue to our erectile dysfunction service page to learn about the treatment options available.
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