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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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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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Small green diamond shape pill with a D

Looks like mini viagra, but green with a D on it. 'Animal use only' on the bottle cap. ## Kamagra comes as a green diamond. ## Post #1 may be spot on with Kamagra, but it's hard to know for certain since photos of these green diamond shaped Kamagra tablets depict what appears to be a lowercase AND upper case "dD" side by side. They also have some markings on the back that the original poster didn't mention: "KGR 100". While I've never heard of animals having to treat impotence with a brand of Viagra, I can't say I'd be surprised if it's true Lol. Have either of you found out any other details surrounding its origin or who it was purchased from? ## green diamond shaped pill with a capital D on one side nothing on the other ...

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KGR 50

Trying to identify a pill, green blue, four sided ## Hello, Twrinkle! How are you? This is actually a foreign version of Viagra that's called Kamagra. It contains the active ingredient Sildenafil and is used to treat ED. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, stuffy nose and priapism. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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