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Green pill kgr 100

Hello - I found green KGR 100 pills in my husband's cabinet. He has hypertension, diabetes and elevated cholesterol. I'm worried about what side effects this drug can cause. Can someone share more details about what this medication is? ## This is sold under the name Kamagra, it contains Sildenafil, it is a foreign brand name for Viagra and is used to erectile dysfunction. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, headache, dizziness, stuffy nose, and priapism. He should not take it, if he is also taking medications for hypertension, since it could cause his blood pressure to drop to dangerously low levels. What are his current blood pressure readings, on average? ## Sorry, that should read that is is use to treat erectile dysfunction.

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KGR10 light blue

Found on floor at work, light blue pill,can be cut in half; each half equals a triangle. KGR10 or KGR108, hard to read! ## I think the imprint you're talking about could be KGR 100; This pill is called Kamagra and contains the same active ingredient as Viagra. A picture can be seen {link broken}. Does this look familiar? ## This tablet is said to contain 100mgs of Sildenafil, it is a foreign brand of Viagra called Kamagra, it is used to treat erectile dysfunction. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and runny nose. Is there anything else I can help with?

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green diamond pill

kgr 100 ## Please help me with more information on green diamond shape KGR100, and where to get it from. ## I would like to know what is this medication kamagra -kgr100 and what is it used for. ## Kamagra is a foreign brand of Viagra, it contains Sildenafil and is used to treat erectile dysfunction. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, runny nose, and priapism. It should not be taken with any heart, or blood pressure medications, without your doctor's approval. Is there anything else I can help with?

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K6R 100

BLUE TABLET SHAPE SORT OF TRIANGLE BUT MORE OVEL HAS THE LETTERS K6R 100 OR IT READS KGR 100 ## This tablet is from the U.K. it is called Kamagra, their version of Viagra, containing 100mgs of Sildenafil. It is used to help men with erectile dysfunction. Common side effects can include: nausea, headache, flushing and nasal congestion. Read more: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Blue pill is one of the best pill available in the market u can research for more details ## Is it safe to use when it's been in me draw for one year'

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kamagra

## kamagra is use to treat erectile dysfunction. ## Yes kamagra is the best medicine available in the market I have bought it from the web ## What medicine can help a female increase her libido for at least 2 hours?

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Erection disability

sir.i am 22 old i have erection problem so it is possible to take ajanta kamagra drug upto 50 years ## Have you consulted a doctor? Proper treatment requires a diagnosis that gets to the root of what is causing your problem. Kamagra contains the active ingredient Sildenafil, which is used to treat erectile dysfunction, but just like any other medication, long-term use does have risks. The common side effects with use may include: nausea, dizziness, runny nose and priapism. Learn more: ## I am 84 years old and first had erectile problems in my mid-70's. My md prescribed 25 mg Viagra and my problem went away after 3+ years ED returned and he for several years and he increased the dose to 100 mg. At age 79 I developed Atrial Fib and my md and cardiologist put me on a course of medicati...

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