Generic Viagra Is the Most Popular Type of ED Drug in Kenya

For centuries, men had struggled with erectile dysfunction with no proper solution for it. When Viagra appeared in the late 1990s, men all over the world finally had an effective way to improve their sex life.

As of now, most men who’ve used Viagra can agree that this pill has some pretty revolutionary effects on sexual potency. In Kenya, Viagra has, for the longest time, been viewed as a drug only for older men. Few men can openly admit to having used it. However, this opinion is rapidly changing with men even in their 30s using sildenafil (generic name for Viagra) to cope with erectile problems.

Evidentially, its efficiency has earned this drug a rather incredible reputation. Generic Viagra is the most commonly used ED drug in Kenya. As a much cheaper alternative to branded Viagra, generic Viagra is becoming increasingly popular in the country today. Genetic Viagra contains sildenafil citrate as its main active ingredient. This medication relaxes the penile blood vessels to cause a safe, healthy and firm erection as a result of increased blood flow to the penis. The drug usually comes in the form of a blue diamond-shaped pill.

Contrary to some Kenyans’ belief, generic Viagra works just as good as actual Viagra. The only difference between the two is that the former is much cheaper, which is a great advantage for many Kenyan men. Other than that, everything – ranging from the side effects to the efficiency – is similar.

Generic Viagra is not a particular drug but rather a type of drug used to treat erectile dysfunction. Any ED drug that contains sildenafil as a main active ingredient is commonly referred to as generic Viagra. Kamagra, for example, is one of the most popular brands of generic Viagra. The drug comes at a reasonable price that most Kenyan men can afford.

Even so, caution is necessary while taking an ED drug, especially for the first time. Before use, it is highly recommended to consult a medical professional. People suffering from any cardiovascular, kidney or liver complications are advised to avoid generic Viagra due to a high risk of hazardous side effects.

Mild side effects that are considered as not dangerous may include loose stool, a running nose, muscle pain, headaches, stomach upset and back pains. If any of those occurs, it usually wears off after some short time. In cases where mild side effects persist, it is advisable to seek medical attention.

The rise in use of ED drugs in Kenya is undeniable. Various generic drugs – generic Viagra, generic Levitra, generic Cialis – are particularly popular as they are much cheaper while providing the same effect as patented ED drugs.