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  • Apr 11, 2018
  • Dr. Eliza Irwin
Recent research shows that 75% of all men with diabetes have Erectile Dysfunction (ED) at some point in their lives. Research also shows that men with diabetes acquire ED 10-15 years earlier than other men. This is because men with diabetes are often overweight, do not exercise or eat a balanced diet and smoke. Erectile dysfunction is also common in men who do not have diabetes as research has indicated 20% of men in the UK have it and just 47% seek treatment for it. If you have ED, you would have researched possible treatment for the conditions and might have come across Sildenafil citrate which is the active ingredient found in Viagra. However, the ingredient is also found in a popular generic medication known as Kamagra. More about the breakthrough medication The medication gets to work within 30-60 minutes of consumption and stays active in your body for 4-6 hours. It is not an aphrodisiac and sexual stimulation must occur for it to work. You should only take one tablet in a 24-hour period. You are also advised not to drink alcohol or take drugs whilst on the medication as this will alter its effects. If you are currently taking any medication that contains nitrates, you will not be able to use Kamagra as this will negatively impact the expected results. Where can you buy the medication? You can buy the medication from reputable e-pharmacies without a prescription. When you buy Kamagra, UK and EU delivery is free and fast. Delivery should take up to 2-7 working days in the UK and up to 10-14 working days in the EU. The pharmacy is available 24/7 if you need to discuss the product you intend buying. If you decide to buy larger quantities of the medication, you will receive a further discounted rate.
Author: Dr. Eliza Irwin

About Dr. Eliza Irwin

Dr. Irwin studied at the Berkeley Institute of Learning, graduating with honours in clinical psychology. She later went on to complete her doctorate, specialising in sexual dysfunction. Her research on the psychological basis of male sexual dysfunction has become seminal within the field of sex therapy and she remains highly regarded within the medical community. Today, she is a practicing sex therapist and has helped dozens of patients along the road to sexual healing and empowerment. Dr. Irwin’s central message to anyone battling sexual dysfunction is that you are complete and worthy of love and that reaching out for support is crucial to healing.