Friday, August 15, 2008

FDA Says Avoid These 27 ED Products

The erectile dysfunction (ED) market is a big one. It turns out there are manufacturers out there that are trying to cash in by selling ED products that contain potentially harmful, or undeclared ingredients, says the FDA in their report, "Buying Fake ED Products Online." The FDA report lists 27 products you might want to avoid. Just recently reported, Federal Authorities Seize Xiadafil VIP Tablets After Company Refuses to Recall Product -Product contains undeclared ingredient that could harm consumers. The reports mention some things that should be considered . . .

  1. These products might contain potentially hazardous ingredients that aren't stated on the label
  2. These products might interact badly with drugs that a patient is already taking

Additional book reading on erectile dysfunction:
100 Questions & Answers About Erectile Dysfunction, Second Edition (100 Questions & Answers about . . .)

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

According to a study by researchers from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, more than 18 million men in the United States, over the age of 20 are affected by ED. In the study, the prevalence of ED was strongly linked with age, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and a lack of physical activity.

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