Erectile Dysfunction

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Natural Alternatives for Treating Erectile Dysfunction


Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

There are many underlying physical and psychological causes of erectile dysfunction. Reduced blood flow to the penis and nerve damage are the most common physical causes. Underlying conditions associated with erectile dysfunction include the following:

  • Vascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Drugs
  • Hormone imbalances
  • Neurologic conditions
  • Pelvic trauma, surgery, radiation therapy
  • Peyronie's disease
  • Venous leak
  • Psychological conditions
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What is Viagra?

VIAGRA® (sildenafil citrate) is the brand name of a little blue pill called sildenafil.

It's pronunciation: sil DEN a fil.

         It was developed by Pfizer while trying to find something to lower blood pressure. It was approved by the FDA in March 1998.  Sildenafil is used for the treatment of male impotency.  It works selectively on the penis to help men get and keep an erection when sexually aroused. Just taking it doesn't cause an erection.  It's not a hormone or an aphrodisiac.  The man still needs to be in a situation that produces arousal. Once erect, if there's no sexual stimulation, the erection will go down naturally.

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What is Kamagra?

       Kamagra is an oral jelly that is absorbed in the mouth for those who have difficulty swallowing.  It is the most effective brand of  generic sildenifil (viagra) and is offered at a large cost savings.

Why take Kamagra Oral Jelly?

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       Many men suffering from impotence or erectile dysfunction often suffer in silence while Kamagra Oral Jelly, an ED treatment, is available to help assist with these difficulties.  It comes in easy to use 100 mg liquid sachets which are especially convenient for people who have difficulty swallowing tablets. It takes approximately thirty minutes for the jelly to become effective.  Kamagra can help the body achieve erections for up to four hours.  This does not mean you will have an erection for four hours.  It means it will be in your bloodstream for up to four hours giving your body the ability to achieve an erection during that period of time.

How does Kamagra Oral Jelly work?

       Kamagra is an ED treatment that help the blood vessels in the penis relax and expand so they are able to take in more blood and achieve and sustain an erection.    As with any other ED treatment, you will still need sexual stimulation to achieve an erection with Kamagra.

How do I take Kamagra Oral Jelly?

       Kamagra is available in an oral jelly form and comes in a convenient sachet which can be carried discreetly. It is taken orally and dissolves in the mouth for quick absorption.  People suffering from impotence or erectile dysfunction should take Kamagra Oral Jelly approximately thirty minutes before the desired erection for sexual intercourse. Kamagra can be taken up to three times a day.

Are there side effects with Kamagra Oral Jelly?

       As with most ED treatment, Kamagra Oral Jelly has few side effects.  The possible side effects are often mild and most men do not stop taking Kamagra due to side effects.
Some known side effects associated with Kamagra are as follows:
  • Possible blurred vision and light sensitivity
  • Differences in the way the colors blue and green are interpreted
  • Headaches
  • Dizziness
  • Acid indigestion
  • Nasal congestion
  • Urinary tract infections
Men taking nitrate-based medications such as Nitro Glycerin pills, should not use any ED treatment including Kamagra Oral Jelly.  Men should not use Nitrate based inhalers (poppers) with  ED meds.  If you have any questions concerning Kamagra Oral Jelly or possible drug interactions, please contact your physician or healthcare professional.