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Bedroom Booster: Fake Libido Drugs Influx, Effects and Causes

Harare - Years back, some sex enhanced drugs were withdrawn from pharmacy shelves by the Medicine Control Authority  - but it seems men can...

Harare - Years back, some sex enhanced drugs were withdrawn from pharmacy shelves by the Medicine Control Authority - but it seems men can't take the ban lying down judging by the aroused demand on the streets.  

Many men had turned slaves of the drugs, hence the governing body move to ban their trade - but black market vendors have seized on the demand to make a killing.

A random survey conducted by H-Metro, revealed a shocking demand for s.ex boosting tablets. Oto, wold horse, viamax coffe plus power one are popular with men seeking to please their partners. 

Some even claim to increase manhood sizes. 

The only auhtorised drug is viagra, whose generic name is sildenafil and tadalafil - while others have no proven scientific prowess.  

“It was a decision (ban) that we made after realising that the country’s pharmacies were now flooded by these se_x enhancement drugs in the absence of scientific basis that they worked. 
The Influx of Illegal S.ex Drugs is Worrying 

"We had to do something to control this influx that could harm the nation as some of the drugs were likely to be adulterated by harmful medicines," an MCA spokesperson said.

What causes sexual dysfunction
It’s also been noted that men with more education are less likely to experience impotence, probably because they have healthier lifestyles on average.

Impotence often has a negative affect on sex life, and can cause additional stress, depression, and low self-esteem.

Endocrine diseases
The body’s endocrine system produces hormones that regulate metabolism, sexual function, reproduction, mood, and much more.

Diabetes is an example of an endocrine disease that can cause a person to experience impotence. Diabetes affects the body’s ability to utilize the hormone insulin. One of the side effects associated with chronic diabetes is nerve damage. This affects penis sensations.

Neurological, nerve disorders
Several neurologic conditions can increase the risk for impotence. Nerve conditions affect the brain’s ability to communicate with the reproductive system. This can prevent a person from achieving an erection.

Neurological disorders associated with impotence include:
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Brain or spinal tumors
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Stroke
Taking medications
Taking certain medications can affect blood flow, which can lead to ED. A person should never stop taking a medicine without their doctor’s permission, even if it’s known to cause impotence.

Cardiac-related conditions
Conditions that affect the heart and its ability to pump blood well can cause impotence. Without enough blood flow to the penis, a person can’t achieve an erection.

Lifestyle factors, emotional disorders
To achieve an erection, a person must first go through what’s known as an excitement phase. This phase can be an emotional response. If a person has an emotional disorder, this affects their ability to become sexually excited.

Depression and anxiety are associated with increased risk for impotence. Depression is a feeling of sadness, loss of hope, or helplessness. Fatigue related to depression can also cause impotence. - Online Sources/H Metro

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