Canada warns against sex enhancement drug
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Canadian consumers are warned against using Adam, an unauthorized product for erectile dysfunction, as it may pose serious health risks, especially for patients with pre-existing medical conditions, Health Canada says in a statement March 10. The product contains an undeclared pharmaceutical ingredient similar to the prescription drug sildenafil, which is used under the supervision of a physician, the agency says. Heart disease patients who use sildenafil can experience cardiovascular side effects including heart attack and stroke, Health Canada notes. Distributor Natural Health Solutions conducted a voluntary recall of Adam, which was sold in retail outlets throughout Canada and on the Internet. Due to the proliferation of erectile dysfunction supplements containing prescription ingredients in the U.S., the United Natural Products Alliance is urging the supplement industry to take steps to keep these products off the market (1"The Tan Sheet" Jan. 28, 2008, p. 11)...
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