The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers about a "male sexual stimulant" that is more potent than advertised. During a routine examination of international mail shipments, the FDA tested samples of Big Penis, an over-the-counter supplement promoted for sexual enhancement. It found at least one surprising ingredient:. Nitrates are frequently taken by people with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and heart disease. Other known side effects of Viagra include headaches, heartburn, flushed skin and a prolonged erection that can lead to damage to the penis, hearing loss and vision problems. But such products face less scrutiny by the FDA than medications or foods.
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A re we witnessing the end of an era for Viagra and Pfizer? Soon, these are expected to flood the market, as manufacturers jostle for a slice of the pie. This will make Viagra more accessible and cheaper, but for the millions of men worldwide with erectile dysfunction, it could also spell good news in the form of much needed treatment innovations. To start with, there are often prominent side-effects ranging from headaches to stomach pain.
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‘Sex Drugs’ and Aphrodisiacs
Extenze is an herbal nutritional supplement claiming to promote "natural male enhancement ", a euphemism for penis enlargement. Websites selling the product make several more detailed claims, including acquiring a "larger penis". Their enlarging effects are described as "temporary" while under the use of Extenze. Early infomercials featured a studio audience and porn star Ron Jeremy. After several customers in Laguna Beach, California complained to the Better Business Bureau that ExtenZe was making them sick, the district attorney investigated.
Drugs may have negative effects on male libido, erection, ejaculation and orgasm, as well as on fertility, and research on these effects is increasing. Libido may be decreased by drugs that block dopamine or testosterone, or that cause dysphoria. Erection may be decreased by drugs that divert blood flow from the penis, or drugs that affect spinal reflexes.