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MasXtreme Contains Aildenafil And Phentolamine



Written by Jamie Stowe| Monday, 05 April 2010| There are 0 comments

MasXtreme was found to contain phentolamine

After the Food & Drug Administration in America tested a so called harmless dietary supplement called MasXtreme they found it to contain an untested and unregistered chemical which was similar to the active ingredient of the impotence drug Viagra. As a result they immediately informed the manufacturer of this product and an voluntary recall has been put into action.

masxtreme contains aildenafil and phentolamine

The manufacturer called Natural Wellness didn't really have much of a choice regarding the recall and could be facing criminal action for marketing and selling this potentially dangerous product. The FDA said that MasXtreme contained aildenafil which could cause serious side effects in some men especially those using other medications which are contraindicated for PDE-5 inhibitors.

Even more worrying was the fact that the MasXtreme was found to contain phentolamine which is an alpha-adrenergic blocker and like in the case of the aildenafil there was no mention of it on the packaging or labeling. Phentolamine can cause heart problems such as tachycardia and arrhythmia and must not be used by men or women with heart disease.

This case is typical of so called natural dietary supplements which end up being far more dangerous than the prescription medications that they are supposedly meant to replace. Men who are not allowed to use the erectile dysfunction drugs Viagra, Cialis and Levitra because of heart or blood pressure problems may be tempted to use a product like MasXtreme believing it to be harmless when in fact it is likely to be far more harmful to their health.

We continue to advise at Ukmedix News that you should never use any dietary supplements which promises to enhance erectile dysfunction because there are no tried and tested products on the market which would pass the scrutiny of any health authority round the world.

The only medications which have been proven to help men suffering from impotence are Viagra, Cialis and Levitra and using anything else is not only a waste of time but is also likely to be unsafe.

The FDA advises that you should report any side effects of using dietary supplements to the MedWatch scheme.

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