If You Need ED Medication But Can't Swallow a Pill, Try Kamagra Jellies - Kamagra Online

  • Marvin Applegate
  • 27 Mar 2018
If You Need ED Medication But Can't Swallow a Pill, Try Kamagra Jellies

If you are amongst the 20% of men in the UK that is unable to get or maintain an erection or the 40% of Londoners, but you also suffer from Dysphagia (fear of swallowing pills), then the solution you've been looking for is Kamagra jellies. Research shows that only 52% of all ED sufferers actually seek help and this may be due to the fact that they are afraid to speak about their problem, or many may even be afraid to take a pill. The good news is that you can now get the treatment you need without swallowing a pill.

What is Kamagra jelly?

Kamagra is a range of products used to treat ED. They are the generic of Viagra and contain the active ingredient Sildenafil. The jelly offers the same great effective treatment in a liquid form. It is available in a host of different flavours that are palatable and is absorbed quickly into the bloodstream thus allowing it to get to work in just 15 minutes.

Sildenafil is a PDE5 inhibitor and stops the enzyme responsible for erectile dysfunction (PDE5) from operating in one's body whilst allowing the enzyme that encourages erections (cGMP) to function optimally. The medication is active in one's body for 4-6 hours.

Side effects

Side effects are not common however if they are experienced, they will be mild and will dissipate as the medication leaves your system.

  • Stuffy nose
  • Diarrhoea
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
  • Facial flushing

List not exhaustive.

Where can you buy Kamagra jellies?

The medication is available online without a prescription from various reputable e-pharmacies. When you buy Kamagra jelly, UK deliveries take up to 2-7 working days and EU deliveries take 10-14. You can contact customer services 24/7 if you have any concerns or queries.

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.