Stamina Rx (Thread 270738)

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Bi Dudes HaveMoreFun Says:
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Took this while doing meth...
Feeling very agitated and jittery!
Was not able to keep a hard on either!
I didn't ask what it was before I took it. Only after I started feeling bad did the connection get made.



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Verwon Says:

The FDA has actually issued a warning about this product. Testing found it to contain the undeclared drug ingredient Tadalafil.

This is the active ingredient in the prescription medication Cialis, which is used to treat ED and due to its risky side effects, it requires a doctor's prescription and supervision for use. It can cause some problems with some medical conditions, such as high blood pressure and may react badly with certain other prescription medications.

Its typical side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stuffy nose and priapism.

The FDA advises that you inform your doctor that you took, so they can keep an eye on you, in case any problems arise.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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