Kamagra Oral Jelly: What You Should Know
What is kamagra 100mg oral jelly used for?
Kamagra Oral Jelly is a generic form of Sildenafil, commonly known as Viagra. It is an oral form of Sildenafil used to treat erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is defined as the inability of a man to maintain an erection during sexual intercourse. Erectile dysfunction can be a result of stress, both psychological and physical or a symptom of an underlying complication like diabetes. Kamagra Oral Jelly works by inhibiting enzyme production and dilating blood vessels, resulting in the ability of a man to sustain an erection.
Is it safe to use Kamagra?
Kamagra Oral Jelly is safe, effective, and can work in as little as 15 minutes. No erectile dysfunction drugs are able to cure erectile dysfunction, but it does let many men return to having a satisfying sex life again. The dosing is in an easy to use oral jelly packet. Due to individual metabolisms, you should expect Kamagra to work within half an hour to one hour. You should take Kamagra about 15 minutes before you anticipate having sexual intercourse. You can either squeeze the contents of the entire packet into your mouth, or put it into a spoon for easier dosing. The oral jelly is more convenient, especially for older men or people who have trouble swallowing pills. The oral jelly also absorbs more quickly than a generic Viagra pill. The dosing instructions are 1 100mg packet or Kamagra Oral Jelly per day. Do not exceed the maximum dosing limit of one packet per day. You should however, be aware of some side effects and complications. One advantage over the pill form of generic Viagra is that most people reported much less stomach irritation.
Common minor side effects that do not require medical attention commonly include the following: muscle aches and pains, bloody nose, diarrhea, difficult or labored breathing, flushing, headache, pain around the eyes and cheekbones, redness of the skin, sneezing, stomach discomfort, trouble sleeping, unusually warm skin, runny or congested nose. Rare side effects include: abdominal or stomach pain, abnormal dreams, worsening of asthma, vomiting, nocturnal urination, tremors, tense muscles, sores on the mouth or lips, sexual problems in men (including failure to orgasm), dizziness, vertigo, sleepiness, irritation of the mouth, tongue, or throat, tinnitus, swollen or bleeding gums, rectal bleeding, numbness or tingling of limbs, nausea, depression, loss of bladder control, lack of coordination, increased skin sensitivity, increased salivary production, ear pain, difficulty swallowing, stomach cramps, cough, clumsiness, anxiety, abnormal dreams, and abdominal pain.
Can Kamagra cause heart attack?
People need to be aware of a few serious side effects, in the event of which you should call a doctor. One of these conditions is priapism, or an erection lasting more than four hours. You should seek medical attention immediately if you experience this, as it can be seriously damaging to the tissues of the penis. Please talk to your doctor if you experience the following side effects: bladder pain, burning upon urination, burning/crawling/pins and needles sensation, cloudy or bloody urine, dizziness, frequent urination, indigestion, painful urination, stomach upset, stomach tenderness. Rare, serious, side effects include abnormal vision, vision changes, vision loss, bleeding of the eye, chest pain, fast/irregular, or pounding heartbeat. sensitivity to light, swelling of the face or limbs, and sudden weakness. You should not mix Kamagra and alcohol. You also should limit your grapefruit consumption due to interactions with Kamagra Oral.