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The Department of Health strongly urged members of the public not to consume products for managing male impotence from unknown sources following notification from the Hospital Authority of two patients seriously affected by this kind of products found to have contained undeclared ingredients.
Health Canada is warning consumers not to use Desire, an unauthorized product promoted to enhance male sexual performance as this product may pose serious health risks in certain patients. Lot 0070263 of the product was found to contain the prescription drug phentolamine, which is not indicated on the label. Phentolamine is currently authorized for intravenous use in the prevention and control of high blood pressure in patients with adrenal tumours, and should only be used under the supervision of a health care professional.
Among men who previously failed to achieve erections on Viagra, Levitra and Cialis type tablets, 40% achieved an erection sufficient for penetration during sexual intercourse after given a single dose of a novel treatment called TriMix gel.
The current issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology has two interesting studies in the relationship of Erectile Dysfunction and Coronary Heart Disease in men with Type 2 Diabetes.
Maxi-K gene therapy may be a safe and effective future treatment for men whose erectile dysfunction (ED) is not treatable with oral therapy.
Health Canada is warning consumers not to use Vigoureux, an unauthorized product promoted for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The product may pose serious health risks, as it was found to contain the prescription drug sildenafil, which is not indicated on the label and should only be used under the supervision of a health care professional. Patients with pre-existing medical conditions, including those with heart problems, those taking heart medications, or those at risk for strokes, may be at an increased risk of serious health effects associated with the use of this product.
DH urged members of the public not to buy or use a product named "Power Up", which was promoted for the management of sexual dysfunction, because it was found to contain an undeclared western drug ingredient that may cause serious side effects.
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Hong Kong Department Of Health appealed to members of the public again not to consume various capsules claimed to treat male impotence.
FDA has approved Eli Lilly and Company's Cialis for once daily use, an oral medication taken once per day to treat erectile dysfunction.