Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Beware of Fraudulent Products

The good Dr.'s Oz and Roizen are always looking out for us. The latest is warning us about fraudulent products; products that too many men are gullible enough to buy. Some can be extremely dangerous to your health. The newest warning is about one called XtraHRD.
The issue with most is that they are harmless placebos, and they are only stealing your money. This one is actually dangerous. Because it contains tadalafil (commonly known as Cialis) which, in healthy men, can cause Priapism - defined as a boner that lasts longer than 4 hours.
The commercials for the prescribed medication always warn about that, don't they? Because, the end result of that can be in, no-more-boners serious.
We all love our cocks to get hard - the harder the better, the better the enjoyment. The taller they stand, the more pride we exhibit.

There are further complications in taking a boner booster like this if you are on any other type of medication. Say, nitrates for chest pain in people with heart conditions. The combination can cause a serious, sometimes fatal, drop in blood pressure. The good doctors suggest we Google "Health Fraud Scams FDA" for the latest news in bogus boner boosters. Be satisfied with the quality of your erections.

We all want harder hard-ons. The best way to do that: Moderate Exercise (include reps of Kegels)
to help blood flow, quit smoking, moderate alcohol intake,
and one we can all get on board with: Enjoy as much sexual activity as possible.


Encourage those spontaneous boners.
 Enjoy them when you can.
As the article states, "stimulation now..."
..."can lead to improved activation down there" later.




Xersex said...

true: very dangerous!

SickoRicko said...

Excellent post, excellent pix!

AOM said...

Thanks for the "HEADS UP"! When at all possible stay natural. I hope you and yours are doing well, bro. Wishing you a hardy bonerific day! Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

Patrick said...

Thanks for the warning, but I won't be needing it!!!! Hot images as always! Thanks again for your visits and comments! Wet and cold here today!

mistress maddie said...

That is some scary stuff. I have no issues, but if I did, I don't know how people fall for these things. You can't trust these "promises" Best to go see the Doc, for the correct things.

Gabriel said...

I believe a visit to your blog is all a guy would need to get a healthy erection!

Jean WM said...

Many men aren't routinely seeing a doctor, and if they are having ED, that is the only way to get a professional to determine the cause and supervise a solution.

Women don't want to see doctors any more either, but we end up there much earlier for birth control which mostly requires a prescription and yearly exams.

So men can slide under the radar for years and then be fair game for frauds like this. We women get into trouble with all the weight-loss frauds on the market. I lost a neighbor years ago from taking weight-loss pills.

Thanks Pat, some sobering info. Bisous to French Patrick.

Jay Demver said...

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whkattk said...

@ Jay - Thank you, sir! For, that is my goal.

whkattk said...

@ Jean - Isn't it sad that birth control always ends up to be the responsibility of the woman? Maybe if they ever develop a pill for men that works, more men would be forced into the annual exam and they'd be much less embarrassed (or afraid) to see a doctor.

I am very sorry to hear about your neighbor. It's sad when things like that happen.