Kamagra has been widely available to buy through various websites as a treatment for erectile dysfunction. Often advertised at a heavily discounted price and without the need of a prescription.

Let’s take a closer look at what Kamagra is actually good for and whether it is safe and legal to buy in the UK.

What is Kamagra?

Kamagra is a medication produced in India and used to treat erectile dysfunction. It contains Sildenafil Citrate, the same active ingredient as Viagra and usually comes in the form of jelly or tablet form and claims to work in the same way.

In the UK it is predominantly sold online as a heavily discounted alternative to Sildenafil (Viagra) and is usually advertised as a prescription-free medication. However, Kamagra is not licensed for sale in the UK and EU, and it is, therefore, illegal to buy or sell. Given it is unlicensed, it can also not be prescribed to you by a doctor.

Because Kamagra is only available through illegally operating businesses, it is impossible to know the exact ingredients of what you are buying and it could potentially include dangerous substances or wrong dosages.

How does Kamagra work?

Kamagra claims to contain Sildenafil Citrate, the same active ingredient as Viagra, it is expected to work in the same way. Sildenafil increases and facilitates blood flow to the penis in situations of sexual arousal.

However, given that Kamagra is not licensed in the UK/EU and sold through illegal websites, the medication sold may be counterfeit or potentially include dangerous active ingredients, which show little to no resemblance to Sildenafil. Hence, it is impossible to predict how exactly Kamagra bought online will work and what side effects it could cause to your body.

Is it safe to buy Kamagra online?

Generally speaking there is always a massive risk of buying unlicensed medication from unregulated websites, as you have no way of knowing what is actually in the drugs you are buying.

Additionally, buying Kamagra in the UK is illegal and websites selling it often sell fake drugs containing dangerous ingredients or wrong dosages. Fake medicines can include harmless placebos, but in the past have been found to include floor wax, printer ink (to give it that blue color), brick dust, talcum powder, wall board, dry wall. Just to name a few. Not really the kind of stuff you were hoping for…

When buying medication it can be difficult to distinguish between registered online pharmacies and fake websites. The General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC) operates an internet pharmacy logo scheme to identify registered online pharmacies so you can be sure to buy safe and UK-licensed medication.

You will also expose yourself to an elevated credit card fraud risk. So, if your health was not enough of a reason to avoid buying Kamagra online, hopefully, your wallet can convince you otherwise.

Where can I buy Kamagra?

Kamagra can be bought through various websites or ‘under the counter’ in stores (often sex shops). However, it is illegal to sell or buy Kamagra as it has not been licensed in the UK/EU.

Before buying medication online make sure the website or pharmacy is registered with the GPhC and MHRA to ensure the safety and legality of the drugs.

What is the difference between Viagra and Kamagra?

Viagra is the brand name behind the medication which was developed and marketed by Pfizer. Sildenafil (or Sildenafil Citrate) is the active ingredient in Viagra. Kamagra contains the same active ingredient and is therefore expected to work in the same way.

However, given Kamagra is illegal to buy or sell in the UK and medication sold online has often been found to be fake or dangerous is not possible to define exact differences.

Don’t take the risk

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