To ensure the safe use of Kamagra effervescent (sildenafil), let your doctor know if you have a history of or suffer from any of these conditions:
Vision or eye problems
Kidney or liver disease
Allergic to sildenafil
Use the drug exactly as directed by your doctor or as recommended on the product label or leaflet. The safe dose of Kamagra effervescent is 100mg in 24 hours. The drug becomes effective within 20 to 60 minutes after taking it. You will only achieve an erection after sexual stimulation. The effects will remain effective for 4 to 6 hours.
Only take Kamagra effervescent when needed. Handle the tablet with dry hands and place it in a glass of water and give it time to dissolve. It will take 1 to 2 minutes to dissolve. Drink the full glass of water.
For better results, avoid large meals as well as fatty meals before taking the medicine. Alcohol will inhibit the efficacy of the medicine.
FDA Pregnancy Classification
Kamagra effervescent is not indicated for use in women or persons under the age of 18. Even so, the medicine is not expected to cause harm to an unborn or breastfeeding baby.
Store at room temperature and away from bright light and moisture. The drugs should be out of the reach of children and pets.
A painful or prolonged erection
Hearing or vision changes
Allergic reactions (swelling of the lips, face and hands, skin rash)
Fast or irregular heartbeat
Erectile dysfunction medicines are not for everyone. Certain health conditions may prevent you from using the medication. Before you start using Kamagra effervescent, talk to your doctor. He will evaluate your health condition to determine if you are fit for the treatment.
Contact your doctor immediately if you have a painful erection or an erection that lasts more than four hours. Other contradictions you need to watch out for and seek emergency medical help are vision loss during treatment, dizziness, nausea, chest pain and/or arm pain.
Kamagra effervescent interacts with nitrates, cisapride, some drugs for hypertension, treatment of HIV/AIDS, erythromycin, fungal infections, methscopolamine nitrate and other sildenafil medicines.