Aziffa is a sexual enhancement drug which was banned by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration back in 2010. Health Canada soon followed suit and also banned the drug which was being marketed as a dietary supplement that is capable of improving a man’s prowess in the bedroom. Although banned in these two countries, the drug appears to be available on the internet so let’s talk about its side effects, shall we?
For those of you who are wondering why did the FDA and Health Canada banned Aziffa? They did it because they discovered that Aziffa contains an undeclared substance, sulfoaildenafil, which is a synthetic chemical compound that can cause low blood pressure, heart attack, abnormal vision, and many others.
Stendra Side Effects. First there were the mysterious Chinese drugs with unidentified ingredients. Then someone noticed that Viagra, originally intended as a heart drug, is effective in keeping men up and marketed it for the latter purpose. Then other drug companies, realizing that the business of keeping men hard is very lucrative, came up with their own drugs for erectile dysfunction (ED) such as Cialis and Levitra.
Then just a few days ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a new ED drug, Stendra, which gives men another option when they want to get it hard and up.
Truvada HIV Prevention: Does it Work for High Risk Gay Men? HIV/AIDS: it’s still incurable, and it’s reached epidemic proportions. Since it was first recognized by the United States Centers for Disease and Prevention in 1981, more than 60 million people have contracted the human immunodeficiency virus and nearly 30 million have died of HIV-related causes. Today, about 34 million adults worldwide live with HIV/AIDS, according to the World Health Organization.
About 1.2 million Americans are infected with HIV, and men who have sex with men (MSM) account for the more than half of the 56,000 new cases yearly in the U.S., according to the CDC. Gay men who have five or more sex partners have a particularly high risk.