Five Male Sexual Enhancement drugs To Avoid And Why
Five male sexual enhancement drugs have been banned for their potential health hazard.
The drugs banned contain tadalafil, a drug used for treating erectile dysfunction.
So, the US Food and Drug Administration, USDFA, withdrew these drugs from Walmart, eBay and Amazon.
They are: The Red Pill, Mac Daddy Red, Mac Daddy Purple, Red Mammoth and MegaMan performance booster.
Health experts explained that these drugs have been contaminated with erectile dysfunction drug.
The FDA banned these drugs because some consumers do not know the ingredients contained in them. Some of these substances are untested and unstudied pharmaceutically active ingredients.
For instance, tadalafil, one of the substances contained in the drugs is not approved for over-the-counter use.
It was gathered that diabetic and hypertensive patients could be affected by tadalafil medication.
Also, health experts explained that persons suffering from any heart disease could be exposed.
This is because tadalafil is known to lower a person’s blood pressure. So, if these persons who are already taken medication to lower their blood pressure takes tadalafil, their blood pressure would be too low.
The health experts further explained that persons with any heart disease and have erectile dysfunction should not use drugs that contain tadalafil.
According to an Amazon laboratory testing in 2021, a report on a cross-contamination prompted the FDA to issue a warning. These warning was sent to online retailers who distribute these drugs.
One of the potency indications of the drugs is that it causes more blood to flow into the male sex organ.
This is to boost the strength of the man’s erection and increase his time in bed.
Meanwhile, some retailers have started selling the affected products even when they were notified of the contamination.
The FDA have issued strict warning against these products and have stressed that they are not to be sold over-the-counter.
Although some male sexual enhancement drugs are being sold as long as they do not contain the tadalafil substance.
Also, they must be distributed through a prescription.
In the 2021 warning published by the FDA, it also revealed some over-the-counter dietary supplements, contain some substances that could be harmful.
“Consumers may unknowingly take products laced with varying quantities of approved prescription drug ingredients, controlled substances, and untested and unstudied pharmaceutically active ingredients.
“These deceptive products can harm you! Hidden ingredients are increasingly becoming a problem in products promoted for sexual enhancement,” the agency noted.