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What is cheap Viagra?


Cheap Viagra is a collective term for all the Viagra clones on the market. The active ingredient in Viagra, sildenafil, was originally developed by Pfizer. Pfizer was therefore granted the patent on the now world-famous blue pill for Erectile Dysfunction. Although other pharmaceutical companies are only allowed to copy the active ingredient sildenafil when Pfizer’s patent protection expires, there are many generic versions – both legal and illegal – on the market today. If you decide to use one of the cheaper Viagra versions to improve your love life, you should be aware that you may be putting your health at risk.

What is a generic medicine?


It is possible that cheap Viagra is a generic. A generic medicine is similar to the original, brand-name medicine in that it contains the same active ingredients. It is put on the market legally as soon as the patent protection for the original medicine expires. Generic medicines work more or less in the same way as the authentic medicine.

We say ‘more or less’ because generics are required to contain between 80 to 100% of the active substance content of the authentic medicine. This deviation can cause big differences in results and potential long-term side effects between the generic medicine and the original. You could say generic drugs are the inexpensive answer to their brand-name predecessors. An example of a generic product is Verventi (available soon at Dokteronline.com), which is a generic variant of Viagra. Generic manufacturers can sell their product much cheaper because they have not had the expenses of researching and developing a new medicine.

Other disadvantages of cheap Viagra


As said earlier, a huge number of different versions of generic Viagra are brought on the market at discounted prices, with all the risks that this entails. Many of these cheap pills are produced in India and China. Take, for instance, Kamagra. Kamagra is a generic replica of brand Viagra. It is developed and manufactured by Ajanta Pharma in India, a country that is not particularly fussy when it comes to patent law: copies of the genuine Viagra are currently being produced while Pfizer’s patent has yet to expire. What is worse is that these generic variants are often made by people in small factories who could not care less about European health regulations. This means there is a great risk of contamination during the development and production process of these pills. Nevertheless, many of these unsafe counterfeit pills end up on the European market.

The danger of taking fake generic medicines that are produced in China is even greater. Cheap Viagra tablets that are sold by illegal pharmaceutical companies in China are downright dangerous because they may contain incorrect amounts of active ingredients. A study conducted by the Dutch Consumers’ Association in cooperation with the Dutch Ministry of Health and the National Institute of Public Health and the Environment (RIVM) has revealed that counterfeit Viagra clones can even contain harmful ingredients such as printer ink and cocaine.

Conclusion


What it boils down to is this: be very careful when using cheap Viagra. Do not trust Viagra that is offered to you by e-mail, unless this e-mail is from a trusted source where you have ordered official Viagra before. Dokteronline.com is one of these reliable destinations. We only offer medication that is legal and prescribed by our professional doctors. At dokteronline.com you can order authentic Viagra safely and discreetly.
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