What Are The Most Likely Kamagra Side Effects?
Kamagra is a generic alternative for popular erectile dysfunction treatments. It has the same active ingredient as medications like Cialis and Viagra, called sildenafil citrate. Kamagra side effects have not been tested by the US Food and Drug Administration because it is generally available outside of the United States.
The country where it is manufactured makes assessments of its safety and efficacy. However, if we assume that the medications are free of adulterants, the effects of Kamagra, and the Kamagra side effects on the patient, are now well understood by studying those of Viagra and Cialis. These can range from mild to severe depending upon each individual and their general health before they take the medication.
Kamagra Works, And Works Fast
Men that are suffering from erectile dysfunction or just want to significantly improve their sexual performance take Kamagra. Kamagra is available in various forms like pills, chewable gum, and oral jellies. Kamagra is rapidly absorbed by the body and reaches its maximum potency approximately half an hour after ingestion. Kamagra helps men get an erection, and can make it last for up to four hours. Kamagra is not based on hormones, and is not an aphrodisiac. The patient will very likely get an erection very soon after taking the medication, but still needs to be sexually stimulated. Positive Kamagra side effects are the same as for any version of sildenafil citrate, as it is simply a generic version of the medication. By relaxing the muscle tissue in the penile area, and encouraging it to engorge with blood to produce an erection, the medication allows men to engage in normal sexual activity. Kamagra is not recommended for people that are at high risk for a heart attack, such as people taking nitroglycerine pills. There are a wide range of reported Kamagra side effects, but most are not that serious, or not seen in that many patients.
The Most Common Kamagra side effects
• Body aches
• Runny nose
• Flushed skin
• Trouble falling asleep
• Redness of the skin
• Heavy breathing
Headache is reported in up to 16 percent of users, making it the most common Kamagra side effect noted. The redness and flushing reported are normal reactions to sexual activity, and Kamagra appears to intensify these effects. Drinking more water and avoiding greasy foods can often ease indigestion caused by taking Kamagra. Alcoholic beverages are often implicated in digestive problems associated with Kamagra, so avoiding them could possibly help with nausea symptoms.
There are other less common Kamagra side effects as well: Cardiovascular
Kamagra Side effects, like excessive flushing of the skin, are reported in about 10 percent of respondents, and dizziness in 2 percent. In less than 2 percent of patients, angina, syncope, palpitations, hypotension, cardiac arrest, chest pain, and migraines have been reported. It’s unclear whether these severe events are a result of the medication on the body, or due to sexual activity, which is strenuous physical activity that can also bring on these symptoms.
Kamagra side effects of the nervous system have included headaches, which were reported in up to 16 percent of patients and dizziness, in 2 percent. Other Kamagra side effects seen in less than 2 percent of users include neuralgia, trembling, insomnia, vertigo, abnormal dreams, anxiety, and depression. In a few cases, amnesia has been reported as well. Gastrointestinal Kamagra side effects that have been reported include upset stomach in 7 percent of respondents and diarrhea in 3 percent. Much less common reactions are severe abdominal pain, colitis, gastritis, dry mouth, rectal bleeding, sensitive gums, and vomiting.
Kamagra side effects for the respiratory system include nasal congestion reported in 4 percent of users, and a much lower rate of reports of wheezing, sore throat, bronchitis, cough, snoring, and sinusitis.
Kamagra side effects for vision seem to mostly be related to abnormalities in perceptions of color. There is a similarity in the enzymes in the eye as the enzymes that are affected by Kamagra to produce an erection, so this is not surprising. Pilots and other workers who rely on acute vision and color perception are cautioned against using the product for up to eight hours before going to work for this reason. Kamagra side effects have included a transient blue tinge to vision, and sometimes sensitivity to bright lights. Blurred vision is occasionally reported. Less than 2 percent of respondents report side effects like dry eyes, conjunctivitis, tinnitus, deafness, and ear pain after use.
Kamagra side effects for the skin include a rash, reported by 2 percent of users. Much rarer Kamagra side effects of the skin are blisters, excessive sweating, contact dermatitis rashes, and flaking skin.
Urinary Tract Problems
Kamagra side effects of the urinary tract include infections with about 3 percent of patients. In less than 2 percent of patients, an increased urge to urinate is reported, breast enlargement is seen, and a few patients report incontinence, abnormal ejaculation, painful erections lasting longer than four hours, and a generalized swelling in the area that is not an erection.
Other Side Effects
In a very few patients, Kamagra side effects include unusual thirstiness, gout, edema, hypoglycemia, pain, chills, accidentally falling, arthritis, myalgia, bone pains, ruptured tendons, anemia, and psychological disturbances, a sudden decrease in the ability to hear, swelling of the face, and unusually aggressive behavior. Kamagra is not recommended for patients that have sever cardiovascular problems, or people that have severe allergies or hypersensitivities to the ingredients listed besides the active ingredient, sildenafil citrate. People who do not have trouble getting an erection, especially young people, who use Kamagra recreationally, have a small risk of becoming dependent upon the drug after using it for a long time, and may not be able to achieve an erection without it. As with all such medications, if you’re interested in using generic Viagra products like Kamagra, it’s wise to consult your doctor to make sure that you’re healthy enough for sexual activity before you take any medication for erectile dysfuntion.