Kamagra Oral Jelly is a product available on the Australian market, and its makers say that it is an innovative new treatment. It is used for Erectile Dysfunction. Erectile Dysfunction, also known as ED, is a condition wherein men cannot get or maintain an erection, or the erection that they can get is weak. Most of the time, ED is caused by a number of factors–stress, fatigue, alcohol and/or cigarette consumption, age, hormones, and some medications can all contribute to ED. Despite the complex causes, ED has a fairly simple solution (at least in the short term): a drug called Sildenafil Citrate, which is usually sold under the trade name Viagra, and which can be quite expensive – and is only available with a prescription.
Kamagra Oral Jelly uses the same active ingredient, but its delivery system is significantly different. Instead of using Viagra’s tablet for, Kamagra Oral Jelly comes in an edible jelly form that dissolves easily and enters the bloodstream quickly. Kamagra Oral Jelly’s advertisements suggest that its dissolvable form means that its active ingredient goes to work more quickly, which (if it really does so) would be a good thing, because sponteneity is an important factor in quality time with one’s sexual partner. It also comes in about a zillion flavors – actually, it only comes in 40 flavors, but that seems like a lot of flavor choices considering that (1) I doubt that anyone is really going to take this stuff because it tastes good–it could taste like rat poison, and men would use it if it works well, and (2) 40 seems like overkill, really, but I guess it makes for colorful and interesting marketing, since it sort of looks like candy. I’m not sure how the makers of Kamagra Oral Jelly are getting around the fact that Viagra is a prescription drug for a reason – careless use of it can lead to serious side effects and even long-term health problems, and a medical professional really needs to explain this to any potential users.
Is it one of those new drug analogues that mimic but don’t exactly replicate the brand-name (or recognized street name) drugs? Is there some legal waiver for medication that’s dosed in jelly as opposed to pill form? Is this an Australia thing? Is it even legit?
Apparently, the pharmaceutical company that makes it is reputable, but I would still want more information about the drug’s origins before I would recommend it to anyone. Still, I can see why this could be a good product, so long as some of its shadier aspects are addressed. Lots of men (and I have experience with this, even though I’m not personally a man) are ashamed of their erectile issues and much too embarassed to ask their doctors for help with their ED; in fact, doctor friends tell me that they have a name for the slow, hesitating walk that male patients who are thinking of asking for ED help take toward the exam room door at the end of a visit–they call it the “Viagra shuffle”. A product like this would help the guys avoid that embarrassing talk, and looks like it’s a little more fun to use, too.
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