Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common condition, particularly in men over 40. For some, it becomes a frequent obstacle in their sex life. Thankfully, there is medication available to help. Safe and effective medication such as Viagra and Cialis (and their generic counterparts) really do work for a lot of men.
There is a dark side to ED medication, however. There are loads of fake ED pills on the market targeting men looking for treatment. Some of these fake ED pills look very convincing at first glance, but the reality is they have never been licensed for sale in the UK. This means these fake pills haven’t gone through any safety checks. They could contain anything – including dangerous adulterants and additives. Sometimes these are a by product of unsafe manufacturing processes and unhygienic conditions.
Even if the counterfeit medication does include the right ingredient it is not guaranteed to contain the advertised strength of the active ingredient. You never know what dose is actually in the tablets, which could be very dangerous!
You should never risk taking any unlicensed ED pill. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of the most popular fake ED pills that men are buying online.
If you see any of these names when looking for ED pills – AVOID!
• Cobra 120
• Filagra Double
• Maxigra Go
• Super P Force
Another popular item on the market are ‘all natural’ male enhancement pills. These dietary supplements claim to improve erectile function, boost libido and prevent premature ejaculation. The fact is there is nothing natural about these enhancement pills! The herbal blends they claim to contain do very little to treat ED. Many of them have undisclosed amounts of Sildenafil or Tadalafil. Since there is no real information on what these enhancement pills contain, you can never be sure they are safe or effective. In fact, there have been multiple cases of people getting dangerous side effects from these pills, including Hypoglycaemia and Priapism.
There are too many of these fake male enhancement pills to name – Rhino 7 and Bull’s Genital to name just two! The FDA produced a comprehensive list of names to avoid. If any “natural” product claims to treat erectile dysfunction, be extremely skeptical!
If you’re worried about buying counterfeit ED pills online, there are steps you can take to avoid them. Bookmarking this list is a good start. Then, read ‘How to Avoid Counterfeit Drugs Online’ for some simple checks you can make before ordering pills online. Our list of the Top 5 ED Pills gives you the run down of the most popular licensed Erectile Dysfunction treatments – with those on the market, there is no need to risk it with untested pills.
There are many legitimate online Pharmacies that provide erectile dysfunction treatment online. Just make sure whatever provider you use, is registered with the GPhC and displays a green GPhC pharmacy logo. You can click this, which will take you to the GPhC register, which can confirm that the pharmacy is operating legally. This simple check means there is no reason to risk your health by buying counterfeit medication!