Kamagra is an unlicensed treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED). It contains the same active ingredient as Viagra - Sildenafil Citrate. Kamagra is manufactured by an Indian pharmaceutical company called Ajanta Pharma, and is available in an oral jelly or tablet form. However, Kamagra is not currently licensed for use in the UK or EU. This means that it is illegal to prescribe, buy or sell Kamagra in these areas.
Concerns relating to the safety and efficacy of Kamagra, mean that it is not licensed for use in the UK or EU. There has been insufficient research into the potential side effects and contraindications associated with Kamagra. Kamagra production is also not heavily regulated. Therefore, there may be inconsistency in the ingredients it carries, especially if you mistakenly buy a counterfeit Kamagra product. As Kamagra is unlicensed, you cannot buy it from legitimate sources. Therefore, you are more likely to buy fake Kamagra, which could have little effects, or even be potentially dangerous.
If you experience erectile dysfunction, we do not recommend that you use Kamagra, as the risks are simply too high. Instead, we recommend you use a licensed treatment such as Viagra or Sildenafil. Viagra Connect is available over the counter in the UK, but for all other ED medications, you will need a prescription from a doctor. Viagra (Sildenafil), Cialis (Tadalafil), Levitra (Vardenafil) and Spedra (Avanafil) are reputable and effective treatments for ED. All these different ED treatments can have slightly different effects. Therefore, it is a good idea to try several types of ED medication at different doses to see which works best for you. An ED trial pack contains a selection of ED medications to help you make the right decision about your treatment.