Every day my inbox fills with questions about erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, female sexual disorders, sex toys, techniques and the lot of it. Every day I read the questions, and as often as I can, I answer. It’s always better to make good information public, so let’s share a couple of the questions and answers I received this week with the rest of Australia. Hopefully I can answer some of your questions before you even think of them, and hopefully I can help you fellas out with your ED issues. Today’s topic is the Indian wonder-gel, Kamagra Oral Jelly. Let’s just get right into it.
Adrian (42) from Coffs Harbour, NSW asks:
“I like how Kamagra oral jelly works for me, but I don’t really like a few of the flavours in the multi-pack. Is there any way to get it in just one flavour? Or to get a Kamagra pill or something like that?”
Well, Adrian, the good news for you is that most Aussie online pharmacies seem to crack open about half of their supply of multi-packs to sell the sachets individually. So, if you only like fanilla and only want to buy that flavour, you can head on over the the online retailer and buy a larger quantity of individual vanilla sachets. The only problem with this is that, of course, the price is higher individually than it is in the multi-pack, so maybe it’s just better to pinch your nose and swallow the flavours you don’t like. As for Kamagra pills, I do believe the Kamagra brand offers some sildenafil pills, but they’re not as popular as the jelly, and a little harder to find in Australia.
Anonymous (24) from Townsville, QLD asks:
“I don’t have erectile dysfunction but I do have problems with premature ejaculation, I just can’t control it. Recently I’ve started using a lidocaine numbing spray, and it’s generally good and can take up to ten minutes to come, but it’s nearly impossible to get/keep an erection. If I take Kamagra oral jelly, can I get an erection even after using lido spray?”
This is an interesting one. I’ve used lidocaine spray before, so I know what you mean. That stuff works so well that it almost makes it impossible to have sex, thereby defeating the purpose of it. If you use the max number of sprays (usually 10), it will be very hard to get an erection – even after taking Kamagra oral jelly. But you’re young, and premature ejaculation is normal at your age. It’s mostly a mental thing, something that you can learn to control without chemicals. If you still want to continue using the spray, I’d recommend lowering the number of sprays to one or two, so that you still have some sensation and can achieve an erection. Couple this with Kamagra oral jelly and all your problems should be solved, you’d be a machine.
Mark (36) from Mackay, QLD asks:
“I just got back from a trip to Thailand, I picked up like 20 boxes of Kamagra oral jelly and managed to get them home fine. Is it legal to sell some of the Kamagra I bought there to my mates in Australia?”
I’m not really well-versed in Australia prescription medication law.
However, knowing that Kamagra oral jelly contains sildenafil as the active ingredient, and knowing that sildenafil is a prescribed substance, and knowing that you cannot sell prescribed substances without having a pharmaceutical sales license, and without the customer having a prescription, I’d say you could get into a fair bit of trouble if you’re caught doing that.
Best bet is to get your friends to source their own Kamagra, which is easily available online these days.
Also, please be aware that many of the forms of Kamagra oral jelly, Viagra, Cialis and Levitra sold in the markets and bars of Thailand are counterfeits. They might be sildenafil of a random dose, they could be hallucinogenics or amphetamines, so be really careful with that stuff. You really should source your ED treatments from the doctor/pharmacy, or from a legitimate/reputable online pharmacy with good reviews. It’s easy and cheap to order online now, better to do that than risk taking something you can’t confirm.
So there you have it, hopefully I’ve answered all the questions you have for today. Remember guys:
Kamagra oral jelly is a generic Viagra, using the same active ingredient: sildenafil. It’s packaged as sachets of flavoured jelly, and sold in weekly packs of seven online across Australia. It’s becoming extremely popular these days as a cheaper and more discreet alternative to Viagra. Don’t be a fool, research the product and know what you’re doing before you buy.
General Practitioner. I worked in hospitals in Melbourne and Sydney.