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My boyfriend ordered these male enhancement pills(unaware that i know about it) and i just wanted to make sure they are legit. What color are they? They are blue in the pack that i saw. I also saw some purple ones. There is no writing on the purple one's. I don't really remember if there is writing on the blue ones. Both were rather large as if the same size as an ibprofun. ## I have no idea on the color, these are an over the counter supplement, not a prescription drug, so they are not strictly regulated and information on them is not readily available. There is a company website where you may be able to find more information: Extenze Click Here ## They are blue. My boyfriend used them for 3 mths and we have not noticed any magical change. I think it is a scam. Be careful if yo... ...
Updated 8 years ago.
Sun, Nov 30 '08, 12:10 AM
Simvor and Extenze
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I am presently taking Simvor (20mg) tables, can still use Extenze? ## Simvor contains the active ingredient Simvastatin and is most commonly used to help lower cholesterol. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, dry mouth and joint/muscle aches. Read more: Extenze is a supplement, therefore the side effect profiles and contraindications have not been studied. What has your doctor advised? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Simvastatin.
Fri, Jul 30 '10, 5:58 PM
can I take extenze with my prescription
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I take levothyroxine for thyroid. Will it hurt anything if I take extenze with my prescription? ## Hello, Russell! How are you? The FDA classifies Extenze as an herbal supplement, so in theory there shouldn't be any problem when taking it with your medication, but it has actually not been studied to be sure. You should also be made aware that Extenze has never been proven to achieve any of the claims that are made about it and, as a matter of fact, there is currently a suit from those who have bought it and found it to do nothing. Levothyroxine is used to treat thyroid disorders, its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, hair loss and weight changes. The best thing to do would be to check the safety of mixing them with your doctor, before taking it. ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Levothyroxine.
Thu, May 07 '15, 12:26 PM
i am taking suboxone but wondering can I also take extenze male enhancer with it
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can suboxone be mixed with an male enhancer called Extenze ## If you mix suboxone with extenze I find that it makes you feel like you are having a heart attack! I have a feeling its really bad for your cardio. No jokes there guys! I felt all kinds of horrible things that you cant describe in the chest area. I thought I was gonna die! Dont do it! ## I agree with the other response to this question...I mistakenly tried extenze while taking suboxone, and didnt do any research (mainly because I had never ever had any problems with taking herbal products before) and to say the least it was probably one of the worst experiences in my life! heart felt like it was gonna explode and my whole body turned as red as can be, broke out in hot/cold flashes with the sweats, and shaking...ect.ect....bot... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Suboxone.
Tue, Jul 11 '17, 9:22 AM
Can I take these two meds together?
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Can I take extenze with Atenolol 25mg once a day? ## Extenze is not a medication, it is an herbal supplement that is claimed, but not proven, to provide 'natural male enhancement'. Thus, it has not been tested for problems and interactions with actual prescription medications. Learn more Atenolol details here. Since the Atenolol is usually used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions, you should always check with your doctor, before taking anything else. Some herbal supplements can affect your heart and blood pressure, so they may cause problems with your medication. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Atenolol.
Mon, Sep 23 '13, 12:16 PM
pill blue oblong ending in the letters nze
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I found half of a blue oblong pill in my husbands drawer white inside blue outside the only 3 letters left ending in nze. What it is? ## Hello, MyMess! How are you? This is the remaining half of an Extenze tablet, it is a supplement that's sold over the counter and claimed to be a natural male enhancement. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago.
Wed, Jan 15 '14, 6:36 PM

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