Kamagra FAQ

Information about Kamagra

  • What is Kamagra?
  • How does Kamagra work?
  • Will Kamagra work immediately?
  • Does Kamagra automatically cause an erection?
  • How much Kamagra can I take?
  • How often can I take Kamagra?
  • Who should not take Kamagra?
  • What if Kamagra doesn't work?
  • Can I take Kamagra with alcohol?
  • Can I take Kamagra after eating?
  • What are the side effects of Kamagra?
  • Drug Information
  • What is Kamagra?

    Kamagra is a discreet pill for the treatment of male erectile dysfunction, often called impotence. it is a real breakthrough treatment that can help many man who have erectile dysfunction to get and keep an erection when they are sexually aroused.

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    How does Kamagra work?

    Kamagra increases blood flow to the penis allowing more blood flow into the penis like happened naturally when a man is sexually stimulated With more blood flowing in and less flowing out, the arteries in the penis enlarge resulting in an erection. If this mechanism is not working properly a man has difficulties in having and keeping an erection. Using Kamagra a man can respond to sexual stimulation during a sexual encounter and once it is over the erection goes away.

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    Will Kamagra work immediately?

    It takes 60 minutes before Kamagra starts to work and stays to work for up to 4 hours.

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    Does Kamagra automatically cause an erection?

    No. With Kamagra, you must be sexually aroused to get an erection. If you take Kamagra and are not sexually stimulated, nothing will happen - you won't get an erection just by taking the pill. Kamagra is not a hormone. It is not an aphrodisiac. It's a prescription medication that can improve the erectile function of most men with erection problems.

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    How much Kamagra can I take?

    Kamagra comes in different doses (25 mg, 50 mg, and 100 mg). Like many medications, your healthcare provider may have to adjust your initial Kamagra dose if it doesn't produce the desired results or you're bothered by side effects. Do not take more Kamagra than your healthcare provider prescribes. Kamagra can be used up to once a day as needed. If you are older than 65 years, have a serious liver or kidney problem, or are taking protease inhibitors, such as for the treatment of HIV, your healthcare provider may start you at the lowest (25-mg) dose of Kamagra.

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    How often can I take Kamagra?

    For most patients, Kamagra should be taken once a day as needed. In patients taking certain protease inhibitors (such as for the treatment of HIV), it is recommended to not exceed a maximum single dose of 25 mg of Kamagra in a 48-hour period.

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    Who should not take Kamagra?

    Kamagra is not for newborns, and children. Do not let anyone else take your Kamagra. Kamagra must be used only under a healthcare provider's supervision. Before you start any treatment with Kamagra, be sure to ask your healthcare provider if your heart is healthy enough. If you're a man who uses nitrate drugs, like nitroglycerine, never take Kamagra.

    The combination of Kamagra and nitrates can make your blood pressure suddenly drop to unsafe levels. You could get dizzy, faint, or even have a heart attack or stroke. Nitrates are found in many prescription medications that are used to treat angina (chest pain due to heart disease) such as nitroglycerin (sprays, ointments, skin patches or pastes, and tablets that are swallowed or dissolved in the mouth), isosorbide mononitrate and isosorbide dinitrate (tablets that are swallowed, chewed, or dissolved in the mouth). Nitrates are also found in recreational drugs such as amyl nitrate or nitrite (poppers).

    If you are not sure if any of your medications contain nitrates, or if you do not understand what nitrates are, ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist.

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    What if Kamagra doesn't work?

    While Kamagra is effective in up to 4 of 5 men, it's not effective for everyone. If it doesn't work for you, contact your healthcare provider to discuss other treatment options.

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    Can I take Kamagra with alcohol?

    Drinking alcohol can temporarily impair the ability to get an erection. To get the maximum benefit from your medication, you are advised not to drink large amounts of alcohol before taking Kamagra.

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    Can I take Kamagra after eating?

    Yes, but taking Kamagra after a high-fat meal may cause the medication to take a little longer to start working.

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    What are the side effects of Kamagra?

    Like all medications, Kamagra can cause some side effects. These are usually mild and don't last longer than a few hours. Some of these side effects are more likely to occur with higher doses of Kamagra. With Kamagra, the most common side effects are headache, facial flushing, and upset stomach. Kamagra may also briefly cause bluish or blurred vision or sensitivity to light. In the rare event of an erection lasting more than 4 hours, seek immediate medical help.

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    Kamagra (Generic Viagra)

    Tablets of 100 mg (sildenafilcitrat)

      Kamagra is a pharmaceutical product that helps men with problems of impotence. Kamagra helps men achieve an erection that allows them to engage in normal sexual activity. Kamagra at recommended doses has no effect in the absence of sexual stimulation.

      For most men, the recommended dose is 50 mg, taken as needed, approximately 1 hour before sexual activity. This represents one half of the usual 100 mg tablet. Based on effectiveness and tolerance, the dose may be increased to a maximum recommended dose of 100 mg, or decreased to 25 mg.

      Kamagra is rapidly absorbed. Maximum effect occurs between 30 to 120 minutes of taking the tablet.

      You should not use Kamagra if you are taking organic nitrates for heart problems. Also, if you have serious heart problems, you should consult your doctor about the use of Kamagra. You should use Kamagra with caution if you have had a heart attack, stroke or arrhythmia, or if you have low blood pressure.

      The most common side effects of Kamagra are:
    • headache, flushing, DHLet stomach and nasal congestion, in the event of an erection that persists longer than 4 hours, you should seek immediate medical assistance.

      Certain medications increase the blood levels of Kamagra. These include erythromycin, cimetidine, saquinavir, ritonavir, ketoconazole and itraconizole.

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