I got this interesting email about Kamagra oral jelly from a guy (who wanted to remain anonymous) from Adelaide the other day and thought I’d address a few things about Kamagra, future treatments, and the silly things people do. So, please read along and learn. The email is as follows:
“I was told that Viagra can be absorbed through the skin in some cases and that someone is developing a new ED cream. I was curious what that would be like, but of course, I couldn’t do it with Viagra because it’s a pill. So I got some Kamagra oral jelly, and after taking my regular level of it, I used another packet as a lubricant, applied to my penis before we started. I can’t say it helped a lot, it was useless as lube, but I did feel like I was harder for longer and my girl said it felt strange, but not in a bad way. Have you ever tried this? What do you think, does it work or was I imagining it?”
Straight up, I need to preface this by saying: in no circumstances should you use a pharmaceutical, or any other kind of drug, in any way other than the way the manufacturer recommended. There are so many problems using Kamagra oral jelly as a lubricant can cause – although you’re not the first person I’ve heard of trying this. Just know that pharmaceuticals on sensitive areas can cause burns, irritation and other physical problems – not to mention they can lower the effectiveness of a condom, and help spread STIs and maybe even cause unwanted pregnancy.
But, to answer your question, let’s look a little about the effectiveness of sildenafil (Viagra, Cialis, Kamagra oral jelly) as a topical treatment. Until now, sildenafil has only ever been used as an oral medication. There are other erectile dysfunction treatments that can be used in other ways; such as dissolved in food or drink, injected into the penis, or inserted into the urethra. And yes, as you mentioned, a topical erectile dysfunction treatment is being developed. It involved nanoparticles of nitric oxide being rubbed into the skin – the particles are so small that they just fall through your cells and into your body. It’s some pretty groundbreaking stuff – but it’s just being looked at by academics in university labs – it’s decades away from any kind of marketable product.
But, back to sildenafil – yes, it too can be used as a topical treatment. One study out of India in the International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research looked at transdermal (through the skin) gel formulations using sildenafil citrate as the active ingredient. They found while testing various formulations, that using sildenafil citrate suspended in a carbopol polymer provided far quicker results when applied directly to the penis than any oral formulation of the same drug (Viagra, Kamagra, Kamagra oral jelly). They found that it relieved the symptoms of premature ejaculation and impotence in men with erectile dysfunction almost immediately.
But let me stress a few things. 1: while both this formulation and Kamagra oral jelly are “sildenafil citrate suspended in gell” – the gels are very, very different.
- The colourings/flavourings in Kamagra oral jelly alone can cause damage to sensitive areas of your body if applied directly.
- you should never use pharmaceuticals in any way other than prescribed.
- this study is just one, alone. There are no other studies testing the transdermal application of sildenafil citrate, there are no marketable products meant to use sildenafil through the skin. This is all purely based on one lab test.
So, don’t use Kamagra oral jelly as a topical ointment, don’t insert it into any body cavity other than the mouth, don’t smoke it, don’t inject it, don’t snort it. Just swallow it like you’re supposed to. It may take 20-30 minutes to work, but that’s the best you’re going to get right now.
If you want to use a topical erectile dysfunction treatment, you’re either going to have to wait for one of these products they’re testing to get certified and enter the market, or you’re going to have to try a “urethral medication” – that is, an erectile dysfunction treatment, usually in the form of a pellet, that you insert into your urethra. That is the only kind of treatment on the market now that can be absorbed through the skin, rather than ingested or injected. They’re generally quite safe, but they’re awkward, uncomfortable, and can cause burning. If you’re interested, ask your doctor about Muse Urethral Suppository for ED.
If not, just do it the way you’re meant to do it. Find an online pharmacy, I personally reccommend https://edonlinestore.net/buy-kamagra_jelly-online-au-en.html (or go to your GP/pharmacist), pick your favourite flavour of Kamagra oral jelly (or get a multi-pack), order it, wait a few days for it to get sent to you, eat a sachet, wait thirty minutes, have the time of your life. That’s not so bad is it?