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How should I take Kamagra?
What are the contraindications?
Kamagra is not indicated to men who:
Men who take nitrates or alpha-blockers are strictly prohibited from using Kamagra because they lower the blood pressure, like sildenafil citrate. So, if they are taken together, blood pressure is reduced to a potentially dangerous level, needing immediate medical attention.
Where should I store this ED drug?
Kamagra should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct heat or sunlight. More importantly, it should be kept away from children and women. Make sure you keep this prescription ED drug in a safe place. Do not use the kamagra pills that are outdated. Properly discard the outdated medicine.
What are the precautions I need to take?
First and foremost, you must check with your doctor before taking Kamagra and inform about your medical history. You must let your doctor know about the medical conditions you have or have had, including heart disease, diabetes, high cholesterol, liver or kidney dysfunction, brain disorders, cancer, and others. More importantly, you should inform about the medications you have been taking so that unwanted drug interactions can be avoided. At the same time, tell your doctor about any drug allergies you have or have had.
During treatment, it is important that you take Kamagra exactly as recommended by your doctor. Do not increase your dose by your own volition, as overdose is associated with unpleasant side effects. Kamagra overdose can lead to a prolonged or painful erection, flushing, headache, among others. Alcohol and grapefruits must be avoided because they may hamper the drug absorption or delay its effect.
What are the common side effects?
Some of the most common side effects of Kamagra include a headache, muscle or back pain, facial flushing, dizziness, nasal congestion, and upset stomach. These side effects subside as soon as the drug’s effect vanishes from the body. However, you need to seek medical attention if you experience side effects such as chest pain, shortness of breath, extreme dizziness, a prolonged erection, and any signs of allergic reactions – such as skin rashes or swelling of the face or tongue.
Is Kamagra safe?
The active drug of Kamagra, Sildenafil Citrate, was initially developed to help decrease blood pressure but is now typically used to treat ED. Kamagra is generally safe to use under the supervision of your medical professional. For most men, the drug is a safe bet for boosting erectile health. And for others; it could not be a drug of choice. For instance, men who are taking nitrates or alpha-blockers, this ED drug is not safe.