Stop Using Sexual Enhancement Drugs or this will happen to you…

Men and women battling sexual issues often find it difficult to discuss their sexual problems with their doctors. At a time when the first step to take should be booking an appointment with an experienced medical professional and speak up, many men resort to an easy way out and head to drug stores for what they deemed as safe alternatives – male enhancement drugs.

These drugs are often marketed as ‘herbal or nutritional supplements and are advertised as the solution for longer, stronger erections and more satisfying orgasms to naïve and unsuspecting buyers.

It is important to understand that these drugs can have dangerous side effects on your health. There is absolutely no reason to self-medicate when you are having sexual problems no matter how frustrating you think it is. Patronizing over-the-counter drug sellers are likely to cause more harm to your health than you’re already having.

Here’s what you should do to protect your health and still enjoy your sex life…

See your doctor:
If you are struggling with erectile dysfunction, it is possible that you are suffering from a physical condition that is keeping your body from functioning the way it should. Heart disease and diabetes are two common causes of erectile dysfunction and should not be taken lightly.

Make sure to openly discuss with your doctor your sexual problems and what experience you are having before considering over-the-counter sexual enhancement drugs.

A lot of people are unaware of the side effects that come from using over-the-counter sexual enhancement drugs. They include but not limited to the following

1. Results in permanent difficulty in maintaining an erection

2. Damage to the urethra (the tube that lets out urine and semen).

3. Permanent problem with urination.

4. Penis fractures (a rupture of the tissue in the penis) causing bleeding and requiring surgery.

5. Dangerous drops in blood pressure.

When you look at the above side effects, you will certainly agree with me that the consequences far outweigh the benefits. Finally, male enhancement drugs are not always regulated by agencies like Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and may not be subject to the same quality testing as the ones you get from your doctor. For these reasons, you should not just read the packet and believe what is inside.

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