Kamagra Oral jelly has been approved by India’s Food and Drug Administration and has a license for global distribution.
Kamagra Oral Jelly is a gel made for men that is taken orally about 30 to 60 minutes before desired sexual activity and can last up to four hours. Kamagra Oral Jelly helps men achieve and maintain erections, but only with sexual stimulation. This jelly is not a cure for erectile dysfunction and it is not a form of birth control. Kamagra does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases. Kamagra comes in packets of gel that can be discreetly swallowed by users. It works by relaxing the blood vessels leading to the penis and allowing more blood flow to the penis.
Kamagra Oral Jelly is available in Australia in 100 mg doses.
Kamagra should not be taken more than once in a twenty-four hour period. Erections lasting longer than four hours are dangerous and can cause damage to the penis. Men who experience erections longer than four hours should immediately seek medical attention. Kamagra Oral Jelly is not recommended for men with heart or liver problems, low or high blood pressure, stomach ulcers, pulmonary arterial hypertension, or men with a history of heart attacks or strokes. Men with diabetes should consult their medical doctor before use.
Common side effects from the use of Kamagra Oral Jelly are headaches, nausea, flushing to the face, vision changes, or stuffy or runny nose.
More serious side effects, such as sudden blindness or blurry vision, hearing loss, or sensitivity to light should be immediately reported and seen to by a medical doctor. Kamagra Oral Jelly can be taken by squeezing the gel directly into the mouth, or mixing it with a glass of water. Kamagra Oral Jelly comes in many flavors, such as chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, etc.
Kamagra is available on website pharmacies and regular pharmacies in Australia.
For those who live in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, or Brisbane, the delivery and cost is less. Since Kamagra is pleasant-tasting it should be kept away from children and only used by men over the age of eighteen.
Kamagra is not recommended for use by men who have experienced vision loss as a result of ischemic neuropathy, or hereditary eye diseases, such as pigmented retinitis, nephratonia, hepatic impairment or heart failure, or kidney problems.
Kamagra should also not be taken with nitrates of any kind, HIV protease inhibitors, or any other drugs used for erectile dysfunction. Kamagra should not be used by anyone with cancer, or undergoing cancer treatments. Kamagra should not be used with alcohol or grapefruit juice. The recommended dosage of Kamagra Oral Jelly is 50 to 100 mg, but men over the age of 65 are advised to start with 25 mg.