We men are pretty much comfortable with ourselves, and we don’t need to hide anything – much.
It’s just that if we don’t feel satisfied with our equipment we don’t trust even our closest pals about this problem.
Things could get out of hand if we try to make decisions for ourselves regarding this, particularly since male enhancement seems a little too taboo to discuss with our buddies.
We try to do the research ourselves regarding the male enhancement products, but we might get taken in by the hype.
Recalled Male Enhancement Drugs
- Night Bullet – this male enhancement drug contained trace amounts of Sulfohydrocyhomosildenafil and Aminotadalafil. They essentially have the same structure as sildenafil. Sildenafil is the active ingredient in a drug approved by the FDA that is used in erectile dysfunction therapy. This makes Night Bullet itself an unapproved drug because it has undeclared active ingredients. It may become a threat to consumers because sildenafil can combine with nitrates that are found in certain prescription drugs (like nitroglycerin) and lower blood pressure to levels that can risk the life of the consumer. Those of us who have high blood pressure and cholesterol levels, heart disease or diabetes take nitrates as prescribed by our doctors. Erectile dysfunction is common among those who suffer from the illnesses above and you may know some of them who want to look for products that can enhance their performance in the bedroom. Headaches and flushing may also occur.
Night Bullet comes in capsules and is marketed as a male enhancement supplement. If you purchased this, discontinue the use immediately and call your doctor if you have had problems.
- EreXite – also found to have an analog (same structure, different component drug) of tadalafil, an active ingredient that’s also used to treat ED or erectile dysfunction. It also has the possibility of interacting with the nitrates from other prescription drugs and lower blood pressure to extreme levels. It generally has the same results as Night Bullet. If you bought this product, stop using it immediately. The trash can’s the best place for it.
- Stree Overlord – FDA warns consumers against the purchase of this product which is marketed as a supplement for male enhancement. The laboratory analysis has also confirmed that sildenafil which we have discussed above is also present in this drug. Discontinue the use and call your doctor if you’ve gotten into trouble.
- Mojo Nights – also has undeclared drugs used for ED in its ingredients. These are sildenafil, tadalafil, hydroxythiohomosildenafil, sulfoaildenafil and sulfosildenafail. Discontinue the use and contact your doctor if you have adverse reactions manifesting.
We have to remember that what we have should be taken care of. We must not risk our bodies, health and lives just to get our mental gratification.
It is really not worth it to spend our money on stuff that offer promises that they won’t keep. Always remember to consult first your doctor before taking any medications.