No. Habit forming tendencies have not been reported and this medication causes no long-term change in sexual function.
Kamagra tablets may interfere with some medicines, particularly those used to treat chest pain.
The risk of a prolonged erection with no sexual arousal (priapism) is extremely rare. Avoid taking this medication with other treatments used for erectile dysfunction such as injections or prostaglandin as this can increase the risk of priapism.
This medication is effective in the body for up to 6 hours.
Kamagra tablets UK customers should understand that this medication contains sildenafil citrate which is the identical active ingredient in Viagra. The UK patent for Viagra expired on 21 June 2013 so Kamagra is a generic equivalent that is available at a fraction of the cost.
On very rare occasions, this medication may not work for some men. If you find that it does not work after trying it a few times, then an alternative medication is recommended e.g. generic Cialis.
Yes. Do not take this medication with nitrates or nitric oxide donors such as amyl nitrite. Amyl nitrite is also known as poppers and the combination can lead to an unsafe drop in blood pressure.
No. If you buy Kamagra tablets you will have a medication that simply restores erectile function while it is effective in the body. Therefore, there needs to be sexual stimulation to get an erection.