Unsafe Ingredients found in overseas Viagra / Sildenafil

In a statement, the FDA warned that “medications purchased from unapproved and/or unlicensed sources may be dangerous as they can be counterfeit, contaminated, improperly stored and transported, ineffective, and/or unsafe.”

The FDA notes that the same retailer might also be selling an unapproved form of tadalafil, another ED drug that is marketed under the name Cialis.

This is not the first time the FDA has warned about products that claim to treat ED or enhance sexual performance. Supplements targeted in the past have contained dangerous hidden ingredients that aren’t disclosed on the label. In fact, counterfeit versions of Viagra have been found to contain rat poison, borax, pesticides, paint, and printer ink.

ED drugs should always be prescribed by a qualified medical professional. Some men feel embarrassed discussing sexual dysfunction with a doctor. But ED is common and can be a symptom of other illnesses like diabetes and heart disease, so the conversation is important. If a man cannot take pills for ED, there are several other treatment options, including vacuum erection devices, self-injections, and suppositories.

http://www.sexhealthmatters.org/news/avoid-these-erectile-dysfunction-ed-products-fda-warns/P2

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