Is kamagra safe for increasing sex drive?

Reading the word 'Kamagra' for the first time made me wonder if it is some name of a dangerous

person or what. Just a quick search on the Google made me know that it is something that can help treat Erectile Dysfunction. The more I researched, the more I understood that Kamagra has an active ingredient called 'sildenafil citrate' which is used in Viagra (which is also used to treat impotence in men).


So how can this never-heard-before word 'Kamagra' help in treating ED?

Well, Kamagra is used as pill or jelly to increase blood flow to the penis, thus helping men to maintain erections.


Some people call it a cheaper or unbranded version of Viagra because it is an unlicensed drug in the UK and EU. There are many illegal websites that promises to treat you for your sex problems but my advise is take Kamagra only after the doctor prescribes the medicine. What happens is men have different health issues, lifestyles etc. and so reading a solution to a problem online is not the best way to treat your sexual problems.


So is it safe to use Kamagra to increase sex drive?

Honestly, you put your health at risk by doing self-medication with Kamagra. If your doctor has prescribed the same, then go ahead! In theory, Kamagra works similar to Viagra. It takes more than half hour to take effect and lasts for about 4-6 hours. However, this can vary from men to men.


See basically, the main reasons of erectile dysfunction or low sex drive is due to various health issues such as high cholesterol, diabetes, obesity, emotional health issues and so on. So, why don't you follow some basic steps such as eat healthy, do regular exercise, stop excessive consumption of alcohol, avoid smoking, eliminate negativity and stress from your life and check the difference. Probably, you can also consult a doctor and understand his perspective to treat sexual disorders and lead a happy sex life!

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