Male enhancer drugs were originally introduced to manage erectile dysfunction (ED). While over the years it has proven safe and effective, its abuse is also common especially among men who don’t suffer from ED.
A take-home point whenever considering using an ED drug is that it’s contraindicated in some people. According to one Dr. John Wheeler, a urologist at the Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University in Chicago, “as long as a man is s£xually active, he could benefit from an ED drug; and if he is healthy enough for intimacy, these drugs can be prescribed.”
So who shouldn’t use an ED drug? Anyone who has the following conditions should either consult a doctor or strictly avoid it:
1. Visual disturbance, blurred vision, or any eye condition.
2. Chest pain or heart burn
3. Nasal congestion, even as “simple” as common cold (cattarh) or running nose.
4. Nausea, vomitting or diarrhea
5. Long lasting £rection. It may potentiate the £rection leading to a more sustained £rection, priapism or even rupture of the penile tissues.
6. Hypertensive condition
This is because all of the above conditions are the normal side effects that come with the use of an ED drug. Thus, if nasal congestion for example already being a side effect of ED drugs, is used by someone with a condition considered as “small” as common cold, he may suffer more detrimental health effects such as difficulty in breathing. This is why many times there’s the news of men who use these drugs die during intimacy with their patners.
What to do when you have any of these conditions? Talk to your doctor. Generally speaking, no drug is meant to be taken under self-prescription.
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