Dangers Of Men’s Sexual Enhancement Products
The temptation to try male enhancement pills is something that many guys face. Is premature ejaculation controlling your life? I would be lying if I told you that I was not once in your shoes. My goal is to help you avoid some of the pitfalls that I faced when dipping my toes into the sexual enhancement market.
Check out this news report about the dangers of over the counter / gas station sexual enhancement products such as Rhino.
FDA warns men to avoid Rhino sexual enhancement pills that can cause chest pain, headaches and extreme drops in blood pressure
- The products are sold at convenience stores and gas stations and traded online
- They offer ‘guaranteed enhancement’ and claim to ‘maximize sexual confidence’
- But the FDA says they contain hidden drug ingredients and cause health issues
The Food and Drug Administration has warned consumers not to buy Rhino male enhancement products after a rise in reported health issues.
The products, said to contain hidden drug ingredients, can cause medical problems including chest pain, severe headaches and extreme drops in blood pressure.
Sold at convenience stores and gas stations, the products offer customers stamina, size and increased desire in the form of capsules which are claimed to work for up to seven days.
They are also traded on eBay and Amazon and unapproved products have been found in international mail shipments to the U.S., according to the FDA.
The capsules are sold under names such as Platinum Rhino 25000, Krazy Rhino 25000 and Gold Rhino 25000.
Packaging for the Krazy Rhino 25000 says the product will ‘maximize sexual confidence’ and offer ‘guaranteed enhancement’.
The instructions say users should ‘take one Krazy Rhino capsule one hour before sex to help energy, libido and sexual performance’.
However the FDA says the products contain undeclared ingredients which have ‘significant safety issues’.
Some of them are said to contain the same active ingredients as Viagra and prescription drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction.
‘They may interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs and may lower blood pressure to dangerous levels,’ the agency said.
Last month a South Korean national was arrested in California on suspicion of illegally importing and selling erectile dysfunction drugs, including Rhino capsules.
FDA executive Donald D. Ashley said: ‘Over the past few years, the FDA has been combatting the retail sale of male enhancement drug products that are frequently misrepresented as dietary supplements and that contain hidden and potentially harmful active drug ingredients.
‘Distributing unapproved drugs, disguised as supplements, places the U.S. public health at risk.
‘We remain vigilant in our efforts to protect the American public from the sale of these potentially dangerous products.’
The agency said that many so-called dietary supplements or sexual enhancement products had been found to contain active drug ingredients.
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Another great news report claims the following:
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning men that “Rhino” products promising better sex may pose serious health risks.
Since 2007, the FDA has identified more than 25 products marketed with variations of the name Rhino that contained hidden drug ingredients. The FDA has received reports of chest pain, severe headaches, and prolonged erections after taking a Rhino male enhancement product. Some men have been hospitalized due to extreme drops in blood pressure.
The unapproved products are sold at gas stations and convenience stores and on websites such as eBay and Amazon. They have also been found in international mail shipments to the United States. They are marketed under names such as Platinum Rhino 25000, Krazzy Rhino 25000, and Gold Rhino 25000, and are often sold in single-serving package sizes. The FDA said Rhino products contain undeclared ingredients that are the same as or structurally similar to active ingredients in prescription drugs used to treat erectile dysfunction. For example, some contain the phosphodiesterase type-5 inhibitors sildenafil and/or tadalafil. These undeclared ingredients can pose significant health risks, the agency said.
“Over the past few years, the FDA has been combating the retail sale of male enhancement products that are frequently misrepresented as dietary supplements and that contain hidden and potentially harmful active drug ingredients,” Donald Ashley, J.D., the compliance director in the FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, said in an agency news release.
This info was found at https://www.drugs.com/news/men-should-avoid-rhino-sexual-enhancement-products-fda-says-78693.html
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