Kamagra is a drug used in Australia for treating erectile dysfunction (ED). It is similar to the alternatives Viagra or Levitra, and uses the same active ingredient, called sildenafil citrate. It usually comes in a pill or jelly form and is swallowed orally. Although it is believed that Kamagra works the same way as other similar drugs, it is unlicensed in the EU, so doctors cannot legally prescribe it. Because Kamagra is unlicensed, there is a risk associated with using this drug. The long term effects are largely unknown, and it is difficult to determine whether a user may be allergic to the drug. This is particularly concerning because an allergic reaction to a drug like this could be life-threatening. It has not been extensively tested, so it could work perfectly well for one person, but not at all for another person.
Despite these risks, this drug is popular among some men because it is a cheap and easy alternative to other ED medications which can be expensive and difficult to obtain. There is a demand for the drug and it can be bought online, usually exported out of India. However, it cannot be bought legally anywhere in the EU. Because of this, it is considered risky to buy this drug online. If an organization is willing to sell illegal drugs, they cannot be trusted to sell legitimate medicines and may be selling counterfeit product. Further, this drug is largely manufactured in India, where it does not have to undergo the same safety and sanitary checks that exist in many other countries.
For those who do elect to take Kamagra, there are a few reported side effects. One of the most common is headache. Around 16 percent of users reported headache when taking the drug. One reason for this side effect is the drug affects blood circulation and body temperature which can lead to headaches for as long as you take the medication. The headaches can be so severe that some even reported having a migraine when taking the drug. Another side effect is digestive problems including indigestion and diarrhea. To help with this side effect, patients should drink plenty of water and stay away from greasy foods. Patients should also take care when drinking alcohol with this drug, as it could make the problem worse. Finally, about 10% of patients taking this drug experienced “flushing,” which is the change in body temperature due to increases in blood flow to particular body parts. It often goes away on its own after a while but patients may feel dizzy or uncomfortable while this is occurring. While these are common side effects of the drug, this is certainly not a comprehensive list. Each person will respond differently to the drug.
All in all, most doctors do not recommend taking Kamagra without exercising extreme caution. There are endless risks involved in taking black market drugs that are not approved, have no long-term side-effect studies, and are manufactured in countries with lax standards. Although they may be more expensive, name brand drugs like Viagra and Levitra have been tested and approved. These drugs are much safer and will lead to the same result men are seeking when they take Kamagra.