Who should use Kamagra Oral Jelly?


Kamagra Oral Jelly is an erectile dysfunction medicine recommended for use in men aged between 18 and 65. It is not recommended for patients who have a history of heart disease, Arrhythmia, arterial hypertension, stroke or past allergic reactions to sildenafil (the active ingredient in Kamagra Oral Jelly).

Are you using Kamagra Oral Jelly for the first time?

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If you have never taken Kamagra Oral Jelly in the past, a good idea would be to consult your family doctor before doing so. Your doctor can give you appropriate recommendations in conjunction with your medical history and also advise on how Kamagra may or may not react with any medicines you may be currently taking. Your doctor will be able to recommend a specific dosage should your situation require something different from the normal.

Consumption of Kamagra Oral Jelly with other drugs

It is not recommended to take Kamagra Oral Jelly with alcohol. Blood pressure falls when you drink alcohol and Sildenafil contributes to this also. While the drop is not dramatic, it may still cause mild headaches and accentuate other side effects related to Kamagra.


What if I take Kamagra Oral Jelly and it doesn't work?

If its your first time using Kamagra Jelly and it hasn't given you the desired results, don't panic. As with any medicines not all erectile dysfunction treatments are going to work for 100% of the population. Double check to see you are taking the medication as directed or as per the recommended dosage and instructions. Also keep in mind that by simply taking Kamagra oral Jelly will not automatically get you hard, there needs to be sexual stimulation for you to attain and maintain an erection. It may be the case that you need to try again a few more times, adjust the dosage or try something else. So, specifically continue to take for the next 2 days under the recommended dosage so the body becomes accustomed. Please be sure not to take more than one Kamagra Oral Jelly sachet in the same 24 hours period. Should you still not feel any result you may need to try another batch or consider an alternative medication to experience results.

Your doctor can guide you on whether to keep taking the same treatment or switch to something else. If you find that the desired effects have come initially and progressively stopped working, you may need to increase the dosage with the recommended guidelines. Avoid taking Kamagra after a heavy fatty meal, as this can affect how rapidly your body absorbs the drug. There are many reasons why Kamagra Oral Jelly may cease to take effect. These can include excessive alcohol consumption, poor diet and general fatigue.