Kamagra is an unapproved generic form of impotence medication, containing the same active ingredient as branded Viagra, sildenafil citrate. Kamagra is produced and exported out of India and is available on websites throughout the world without a prescription. This makes Kamagra potentially very dangerous because the medication may not be suitable for you; without a prescription you can never be sure if the ingredients in any medication are entirely safe for you. Kamagra is popular amongst some men because it is seen as a cheap and easy alternative to other impotence medications such as Viagra. However, it is very important to remember that no discount is worth a risk to your health. You should only take medications such as Viagra when they have been prescribed to you by a registered and licensed healthcare professional.
Is it legal?
No, Kamagra is not legal in the UK. Even though generic impotence treatments containing the same ingredient as Viagra are now legal in the UK, they still must be subject to strict regulations and safety checks. Kamagra is not approved in the UK. If you see any company advertising Kamagra - or any other prescription medication - online in the UK without a prescription, you should exercise the utmost caution. Any company doing this is operating illegally.
To find out more about legal generic medications for impotence, you can visit our Generic Sildenafil page.
Is it safe?
Some people think that because Kamagra contains the same active ingredient as Viagra, it must be the same in terms of safety and efficacy. This is not necessarily the case. The most important thing to bear in mind is that what is completely safe for one person may not be safe for another, due to medical conditions or lifestyle choices. Also, Kamagra is an unregulated medication in the UK, meaning there is no guarantee that it contains safe and effective ingredients.
Is it dangerous?
For the reasons listed above, Kamagra is potentially dangerous for you. You should remember that it is manufactured in India, where it will not be subject to the same rigorous safety checks and regulations that are in place in the UK. Impotence and erectile dysfunction can be symptoms of an underlying health problem, so you need to have a consultation with a registered doctor before you take any medication to ensure your safety.