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  • May 04, 2016
  • Dr. Eliza Irwin

Important Things You Should Know Before Taking Kamagra Oral Jelly

Kamagra Oral Jelly is a liquid form of the popular Kamagra tablets. The best thing about this medication is that it is available in a variety of delicious flavours. The three most popular flavours include pineapple, mango, and orange.

Another great thing about Kamagra Oral Jelly is that individuals have reported quicker results compared to taking the tablet version of the medication. The reason is that liquids are absorbed at a faster rate compared to tablets. As a result, individuals can achieve an erection upon arousal in as little as 20 minutes after taking the medication.

Note that you must never take more than one sachet of Kamagra Jelly in a day. You can consume Kamagra Oral Jelly by emptying the contents directly into your mouth. This seems to be much more convenient compared to taking the tablets, which need to be swallowed with water.

One important thing to keep in mind is that it is not an aphrodisiac. In other words, the medication does not induce an erection in itself. Sexual stimulation is necessary for you to achieve an erection.

Men should take the medication at least 15 - 30 minutes before indulging in sex. Once consumed, the effects of the medication last for up to six hours. Men suffering from ED can experience full and firm erections when aroused, at any point during this time frame.

Kamagra Oral Jelly is generally safe for consumption for the majority of people. However, individuals suffering from heart, liver, or kidney disorders should not take the medication before consulting with a qualified medical professional.

*The medication is meant for adult men and should not be consumed by women or individuals under the age of 18.

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.