Kamagra Tablets Will Help You Deal with ED Effectively - Kamagra Online

  • Marvin Applegate
  • 22 Mar 2018
Kamagra Tablets Will Help You Deal with ED Effectively

Research has revealed that 20% of UK men suffer from ED whilst in London the percentage sits at 40%, the largest amount of ED sufferers in the UK. Research also revealed the place with the least amount of ED sufferers in the UK is Wales with just 12%. The UK is said to have a higher percentage of ED sufferers due to its work culture as stress is one of the main causes of ED. According to the NHS around 80% of men with erectile dysfunctions have underlying health conditions.

For many men, ED is an embarrassing condition that they would rather brush off for fear of talking about it and seeking help. In reality it is very common and very treatable. More men are finding their solution in medication like Kamagra tablets.

Viagra generic

Many people have heard of Viagra and how effective it is in treating ED however Viagra is also very expensive and up until quite recently it could only be acquired via a doctor's prescription. Kamagra is the generic of Viagra and contains the same active ingredient, sildenafil citrate. The medication gets to work in just 30-45 minutes and is effective in one's system for 4-6 hours provided there is sexual stimulation. Sildenafil is a PDE5 inhibitor which allows the enzyme responsible for erections/or blood inflow, cGMP, to function optimally whilst it blocks the enzyme responsible for ED or poor blood flow to the penis, PDE5.

Where can you buy Kamagra tablets?

The medication is easily accessible online via e-pharmacies without a prescription. UK and EU deliveries are free and take 2-7 and 10-14 working days respectively. There are also discounted rates for those who buy the Kamagra Tablets in larger quantities. Call centre personnel are ready to tend to your questions and concerns 24/7.

Marvin Applegate

About Marvin Applegate

Although Mr. Applegate has several medical degrees with a doctorate in Urology, he prefers not to prefix his name with or be referred to as doctor. His personal belief in the treatment of men's sexual health is that it needs to be handled with the utmost care and sensitivity and in order to create a better rapport with his patients he chooses to be seen as more of a friend then a clinical, medical professional. Mr. Applegate graduated from Dublin University and decided to specialize in Andrology which focuses specifically on sexual health problems that are unique to the male anatomy. He has since published numerous medical journals as well as two books on men's sexual health and is a greatly respected pioneer within the medical community.