Kamagra Side Effects

Kamagra is a drug mainly used to treat erectile dysfunction and its main ingredient is sildenafil citrate which is also found in viagra. Basically, as a medication for erectile dysfunction, it plays a role of relaxing the blood vessels in the penis, allowing the blood to flow easily when aroused.

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Kamagra has mainly been used to treat erectile dysfunction but can also be used by people who suffer rapid onset of the organism.
Kamagra is produced in two forms, tablet form and jelly form. The jelly form has a higher speed of absorption compared to the pill form making the erection be realized within a short period of time and also popular among people who are averse to pills.

Common side effects of Kamagra.

As with many medications, Kamagra carries with it some side effects when taken. The side effects can vary from mild to severe depending on an individual’s health. Below are some of the common side effects:

1. Headache.

This is the most common side effect of all. Sildenafil in Kamagra increases body temperature and affects blood circulation which leads to headache during the duration of the medication.

2. Digestive problems.

Using Kamagra can lead to digestive problems like indigestion and diarrhea. A higher dosage is not recommended for people with pre-existing complication in digestion. The digestive complication can be offset through drinking lots of water and avoidance of alcohol and fatty foods.

3. Flushing.

Flushing is characterized mainly by the change in body color and temperature due to improved blood flow in some areas of the body. It mainly occurs in chest, genitals, waste and face in men which often subsides when there is a completed organism.
Some of the rare side effects reported are:
.Anxiety
. Cough
. Difficulty in swallowing
.Ear pain
.Increased saliva.
.Nausea.
.Trembling and shaking
.Asthma getting worse.
.A sexual problem in men which includes failure to experience orgasm.
.Increased frequency of urination.

When not to use Kamagra.
You should not use Kamagra if:

-You have a liver problem
-You have abnormally low or high blood pressure.
-You are allergic to sildenafil.
-You are taking nitrate medication since it might lead to a severe drop in blood pressure.
-You have had stroke or heart attack in the last six months.

When should you call a doctor?
You should immediately stop using Kamagra and call a doctor when you experience the following:

1. Vision loss
2. Shortness of breath.
3. Painful erection lasting more than 4 hours
4. Having an irregular heartbeat.
5. Having swellings in the hands and feet.

In conclusion, Kamagra is mainly sold online without doctor’s prescription. Most of the men buy it because it is seen as a cheaper alternative to viagra. It is important to only take a prescription medicine after being advised by the doctor. Doing opposite can carry with it a lot of danger.

John Rogers

I am a doctor from Melbourne, VIC.

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