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Use Of Kamagra Leads To Death

Written by Richard Simmons| Saturday, 17 March 2012| There are 2 comments

this is an incredibly stupid thing to do

Another word of warning concerning the use of dubious sounding erectile dysfunction medication comes after a 35 year old man died after using Kamagra. Mr. John Brosnan who bought some Kamagra on the internet passed away after suffering from a heart attack in the South Infirmary-Victoria University Hospital in Ireland.

use of kamagra leads to death

Described as being fit and healthy, Mr Brosnan who worked as a DJ first started to suffer from chest pains and a feeling of numbness in his arms and his hands which progressed to a full blown heart attack and ultimately his death despite receiving immediate medical care. It is also thought that he was making use of amphetamines.

One thing is for sure and that is that you should never use any other drugs when taking any type of erectile dysfunction medication whether it is legal or not. Even if you have the genuine versions of Viagra, Cialis or Levitra you should always check with your doctor before using other prescription medication. For example blood pressure medications like nitrates used in conjunction with impotence medication can be lethal.

The best way to use Viagra, Cialis and Levitra is to use them after a light meal and without any alcohol in your system. Some people use erectile dysfunction drugs to compensate for the fact that they have been drinking too much or taking recreational drugs which have a negative effect on their erectile function. At Ukmedix News we would like to remind our readers that this is an incredibly stupid thing to do and could lead to serious health problems or even death.

Viagra, Cialis and Levitra are all prescription medications because they do have side effects and contraindications. Buying a fake erectile dysfunction medication on the internet without a prescription is just plain stupid!!

It is possible to check that your medications ordered from Ukmedix are genuine using the Pharmacheck System.

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There are 2 comments on this article.

On March 18, 2012 @ 12:55
kelly said:
fake medicines and generics have been the plague of the internet.

Other stuff like the chinese scandal with formula for babies that had no nutritional value shows how much some of these cowboys care
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On March 26, 2012 @ 06:49
Vincent said:
What iss the government doing about this?
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