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Why The Blue Pill Kills Many Men

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The Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya (PSK) warned the public earlier this year against taking blue medicines without a doctor's prescription.

This followed reports that a number of people had died as a result of the popular medications, which are increasingly sought by even the most active young men. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the drugs Avanafil, Tadalfil, Sildenafil, and Vardenafil might cause death if used in excess.

When sexual enhancement drugs are taken without a prescription, they can have dangerous side effects, including death. Serious adverse effects include low blood pressure, possible cardiac arrest, a persistent erection, and vision loss.

How, on the other hand, do these pharmaceuticals do harm to people? Medication abuse can have a negative impact on the body's processes. When the pills are ingested, they promote more blood to flow to the pelvic area. As a result, the risk of having a heart attack increases. If the person using the medication also has other cardiovascular issues, things could get considerably worse. As a result, a significant percentage of senior citizens commit suicide. The medicine frequently exacerbates underlying conditions in these guys.

Consumers should refrain from using blue medications unless their doctors have granted them authorization. The majority of people die as a result of the desire to take more drugs to avoid failing their partners in bed.

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