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Dosage: 50mg / 100mg
Kamagra is a modern medicine for the effective treatment of erectile dysfunction. The aim of Kamagra is to stimulate the natural sexual arousal bodily process in men. The main active ingredient of Kamagra is Sildenafil. Sildenafil is a potent substance, which when used for these purposes, increases blood circulation in the penis leading to prolonged erections and powerful orgasms. You can buy Kamagra pills online at our drugstore with a discount up to 50%!
How to take Kamagra
Some people believe that after taking Kamagra an erection will appear immediately. This belief is not entirely true. The effect of the drug occurs only in combination with sexual excitement.
After ejaculation the erection relaxes, the penis can achieve erection again when there is additional sexual stimulation. The duration of the drug effecting the body is approximately 4-5 hours. This allows more than enough time for several sexual intercourses.
The Kamagra drug will begin taking effect only contingent to sexual excitement. Men can be confident that their sexual partner will never have the idea that Kamagra tablets have been used because their erection will look quite natural.
Patients should note that the effect of Kamagra will be reduced by drinking alcohol in excessive amounts. Kamagra taken on an empty stomach can enhance performance, and an erection can happen faster.
How long does it take for Kamagra to begin to take effect?
The effect of Kamagra on the body happens between 30 to 60 minutes after ingestion. This can allow time for plans to be made like a romantic evening, or other sexual connections and encounters before Kamagra begins to work fully in the body, thereby optimizing the drug to its fullest capability.
The maximum daily dose of Kamagra with healthy patients should be 100 mg. However, when a patient takes Kamagra for the first time, the dosage should be limited to 50 mg. For a specific category of patients (For example, men 65 and over, patients with renal dysfunction, liver or cardiovascular diseases, etc.). The daily dose of Kamagra should be reduced to 25 mg. Never take more than the recommended dose of Kamagra.
Patients should take Kamagra tablets with plenty of water. Not having enough fluid in your system, such as water in your stomach, can increase the time it will take to fully have an effect in the body. Having heavy and fatty foods in the stomach after taking the tablet can reduce the effectiveness of the drug; this is because a meal with food like fat-enriched ingredients and substances will reduce the rate of drug absorption in the body.
In recovering erectile function in men, Kamagra can be taken in the form of pills, as well as in the form of jelly. Kamagra Oral Jelly exhibits the same composition and properties as Kamagra tablets. One thing to remember is that due to its jelly form, the effect it will have on the body will be faster than the tablet as it is absorbed faster. Therefore, Kamagra Oral Jelly can be considered as an effective alternative to other well-known drugs for treating erectile dysfunction.
Do not take Kamagra in the following cases:
- Hypersensitivity to Kamagra components
- Concomitant medications containing nitrates. In concomitant use, this can lead to an abrupt decrease in blood pressure.
- Severe liver dysfunction
- Medication of PDE-5 inhibitors
- People under age of 18 year
Some conditions when this drug recommended to be taken only under medical supervision and with extreme caution:
- Penis condition, when blood circulation in this organ may be impaired
- Pathologies associated with priapism (i.e., an involuntary erection that lasts for several hours without prior sexual stimulation)
- Aggravation of peptic ulcer
- Heart diseases.
We do not recommend Kamagra and other stimulants for those with a history of heart attack, stroke or tachycardia.
The physicians, while studying the potential adverse effects of Kamagra, reported the following side effects:
- Redness of the skin related to increased blood circulation
- Visual impairment (e.g., increased sensitivity to bright light, etc.)
- Increased pulse rate
- Nasal congestion
- A sharp decrease in arterial pressure