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Why Viagra kills many men across the world

Earlier this year, the Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) advised the public against using blue tablets without a doctor's prescription.

This came after numerous people were reported to have died as a result of the much-loved medications that even younger, active guys are increasingly seeking. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), an overdose of Avanafil, Tadalfil, Sildenafil, or Vardenafil tablets might result in death.

When used with a desirable prescription, sexual enhancement medications might have dangerous negative effects, including death. Extreme side effects include low blood pressure, cardiac arrest, difficulty erection, and loss of inventiveness and foresight.

However, how are these medications used to harm people? To be sure, when capsules are overused, they can affect certain characteristics of the body. When swallowed, the capsules promote increased blood flow to the pelvic area. When this occurs, one is at risk of suffering a coronary heart attack. The situation can deteriorate further if the man or woman using the medicine is also suffering from other cardiovascular problems. This is why so many senior citizens commit suicide on a regular basis. These individuals frequently have pre-existing conditions that are exacerbated by the medicine.

It is quite beneficial for humans to stay away from the blue capsules unless they have been authorized to use them by their physicians. The majority of people are killed as a result of the urge to use additional drugs in order to avoid underperforming in bed and disappointing their partners.

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