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Kamagra oral jelly is a male impotence drug that is made from the same chemical compound as Viagra and Cialis. The chemical is called Sildenafil Citrate and is in almost every male impotence drug. Kamagra is ostensibly a jelly version of Viagra with the benefit of being faster acting than its tablet counter part. It is widely available in Australia and prefered by many of its citizens. Several retailers provide online delivery and it is heralded as a better alternative to Viagra. It is important to note that Kamagra oral jelly, (like Viagra, Cialis, ect) does not actually create an erection but rather allows one to be created via sexual stimulation. It does so by dilating the blood vessels in the genital region allowing for increased blood flow. The drug is used for both premature ejaculation and impotence. Being made from Sildenafil Citrate it has all the same side effects of Viagra (and other similar drugs using Sildenafil Citrate) such as priapism, which can be very damaging to the penis.
Unlike America where such drugs require a prescription, Kamagra oral jelly is widely accepted in Australia. It is available over the counter and online. With a plethora of purchase options including bulk options and home delivery. Australian couples have a plethora of impotence curing options available at their fingertips and from the convenience of their phones and tablets.
Though one must wonder if the Australian public is getting the whole truth of Kamagra oral jelly. Some unscrupulous advertisers market the jelly as ‘safer than Viagra’ or ‘objectively better’. When, in reality, the only measurable improvement is the increased speed at which the Sildenafil Citrate is absorbed into the blood stream. If Some marketer are suggesting its safer than other impotence drugs that use the chemical (Viagra, Cialis, ect) the Australian public must ask, “Is it?”
The data would suggest not. The warning list on Kamagra oral jelly is as long as the list on any bottle of Viagra or Cialis. The side effects of painful erection and potential for priapism (which if untreated could result in the death of a man genitalia) are still there. Indeed also is the warning not to consume the oral jelly with nitrates due to the potential to create unsafe drops in blood pressure. So to are the warning of symptoms such as tingling chest, dizziness, and fainting spells. All of which should be followed by an immediate trip to an emergency room or an immediate call to your doctor.
So if the side effects and potential for disaster are the same in Kamagra oral jelly as they are with other male impotence drugs, then are they really safer? And should such a drug be allowed without a prescription. This is a question only the people of Australia can answer for themselves. But whatever they choose one thing is very clear. No matter what the medication is, over the counter or otherwise, it is of the utmost importance to do the research on your medication. Always read the labels and be aware of the side effects!
I am a doctor working in Melbourne, Victoria.