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Pharmacy4U Faq - Kamagra Soft Tablets

1. Can I use Kamagra chewable tablets with injections or other treatments for erectile dysfunction?

No. Do not use this medication with any other local or oral treatments for ED as it may increase the risk of unwanted side effects.

2. How long does this medication stay effective?

The duration of action is 4 to 6 hours.

3. Will this medication affect any other medications that I am currently taking?

If you buy Kamagra Soft Tablets it is important to understand that this medication may interact with other medications, especially those used to treat chest pain. Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any other medications or carry out further online research into interactions.

4. Can I drink grapefruit juice while taking this medication?

Avoid using grapefruit juice as it may interfere with the medicine (cause interactions) and delay the time that it takes for it to start working.

5. How often can I take Kamagra chewable tablets?

The recommended usage is once a day. Basically, do not take more than one tablet in 24 hours.

6. What should I do if this medication does not work?

Very occasionally, this medication may not work for some men. In which case, it is advisable to try other medications that are used to treat erectile dysfunction. Sometimes a higher dose of sildenafil citrate can help and the patient can look into other treatments with more sildenafil, or research into alternative products like generic Cialis.

7. How do the soft tablets differ from the regular tablets?

Kamagra Soft Tablets dissolve quickly under the tongue so they start working faster than the regular tablets. The absorption rate of the soft tablets is also less likely to be affected if you take this medication with food.

8. Can I drink alcohol with this medication?

The use of alcohol should be avoided or kept to a minimal level to reduce the risk of side effects.

9. Are there any contraindications?

Yes. Do not take Kamagra chewable tablets with nitrates or nitric oxide donors such as amyl nitrite as the combination can lead to an unsafe dip in blood pressure.