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Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya warns against use of Blue pills

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The Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) has warned the public against the use of sexual enhancement drugs commonly known as the ‘Blue Pill’ without the advice of a qualified medical practitioner.

In a statement released on yesterday, the public was cautioned against taking Sildenafil, Tadalafi, Vardenafil and Avanafil drugs pills without the advice of a qualified medical practitioner and a valid prescription.

“The use of these medicines without prior medical evaluation makes one more prone to their harmful effects,” the statement read in parts.

PSK said if misused, the drugs have mild to moderate side effects including headache, nose bleeding, discomfort and pain in the upper abdomen, trouble falling and/or staying asleep, redness of the skin, diarrhoea, dizziness and skin rash.

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As for the severe side effects, the users will experience a mild and short-lived decrease in blood pressure, vision loss, unwanted persistent erection and potential for cardiac risk with sexual activity in patients with pre-existing cardiovascular disease.

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The society also cautioned those with underlying conditions and those on other medications to be more careful with the supplements because they are likely to experience the severe effects.

This comes at a time when several death cases have been reported where individuals actually used sex enhancement boosters.

Just how long should a men last in bed? This is a question that many have been asking without clear answers provided.

Of course, many men try to outdo themselves in bed during sexual intercourse with their female partners, with some opting to use performance enhancing drugs and remedies

According to Asili Herbal Clinic doctor, Jackson Kimotho, men should not try to sustain an erection beyond four to 11 minutes as it could turn fatal.

Kimotho discourages men from going the ‘extra-mile’ to prove their sexual prowess to their female partners.

Kimotho who regularly appears on Kameme TV’s Rikiratha Show and who also specializes on male sexual health says most men’s sexual drive is steered by ego satisfaction.

On what determines how long a man lasts in bed, the herbalist says there are men with medical conditions that cannot allow them to have an erection, a group he advised to go for medical check-ups and seek treatment.

Just how long should men last in bed?

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