No, taking Kamagra is not a safe way to treat your ED because it is an unlicensed medication. There is no way of knowing what ingredients a Kamagra Jelly or tablet may contain, despite the fact that they are sold in regular-sounding doses.
It may contain far less Sildenafil Citrate than advertised, having no effect on you and causing far more stress and worry about your ED problem than you need.
On the other hand, the Kamagra may contain a much higher dose of the active ingredient, which could result in serious side effects such as priapism (which, FYI, can cause permanent damage to your penis) and pose a serious health risk.
The many licenced ED treatments now available, such as Sildenafil and Tadalafil, are safe alternatives to Kamagra. Despite not being as well-known as their branded counterparts (Viagra and Cialis), these medications do exactly what they say they do and are medically approved – unlike Kamagra, which is unlicensed.
Sildenafil is the ED treatment that most closely resembles Viagra in terms of how it works and how long it lasts – but not in terms of price. The effects last about 4 hours if taken about an hour before you plan to have sex, so you can relax and enjoy your experience.
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