For many men and women, discussing issues related to intimate function with a doctor can be difficult. As a result, some men turn to over-the-counter male enhancement medications, marketed as "herbal" or "nutritional supplements," without consulting a licensed physician. However, According to healthline these drugs can have adverse side effects that are harmful to uninformed users, despite promising longer, stronger erections and more satisfying relationships.
It is important to note that difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection may be caused by an underlying medical condition, such as diabetes or heart disease. Therefore, it is crucial to consult a doctor before using any over-the-counter medications.
Medicalnewstoday highlights several significant risks associated with over-the-counter male enhancement medicines, such as harm to the urinary system, difficulty maintaining an erection, frequent urination, penile tissue ruptures, and dangerous drops in blood pressure. Men who take medications for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or other conditions should be particularly cautious as some over-the-counter medications can interact dangerously with their prescriptions.
It is also worth noting that male enhancement drugs are the most common cause of sudden heart attacks during intimate activity, so it is essential to prioritize your health and safety. Rather than relying on over-the-counter drugs, consult a licensed physician for advice on how to maintain your health while still having enjoyable and satisfying intimate relationships.
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