28
Nov

Reasons Not To Use Fake Viagra

Dr Andrews


Why You Should Not Use Fake Viagra and How to Identify it.

You may see an advertisement online about “herbal” or “better than” Viagra and it seems so simple to receive them and at such a savings. You need to be wary of those claims, you can supplant the phrases “herbal” and “better than” with the word fake and it would be more accurate. The old adage “If it’s too good to be true…” still holds today, that is especially true when it comes to “discount” Viagra. According to Pfizer, 80% of the sites that claimed to be selling Viagra were selling counterfeits.  There are a number of reasons that taking fake Viagra is a bad idea, not the least of which is your health. Let’s take a closer look at why fake Viagra can be dangerous.

Just What’s In It Anyway?

The number of dangerous things found in fake Viagra is staggering. Suspected to hail from places as diverse as India, Poland, Romania, and Greece, fake Viagra pills are a mix of toxic and unsanitary. The individuals behind the propagation of these counterfeit pills do not consider your health when producing them, they only consider what they have on hand to put into them.  Some of the ingredients found in fake Viagra include:

  • Drywall
  • Road Paint
  • Detergent
  • Anti-fungal Medication
  • Cleaning Products
  • Talcum Powder
  • Amphetamines

The most disturbing thing about what is in fake Viagra is that no one knows for certain.

The Health Risks of Fake Viagra.

Needless to say, ingesting Ajax and thermoplastic paint is not the healthiest practise you can have. The truth is much worse than just swallowing strange substances. The dangers associated with fake Viagra are very real and can be deadly. The first thing you need to realise is that when a doctor prescribes you Viagra, they have taken into account all the other medications you are on. An unlicensed dodgy site is not concerned with drug interactions, they just wants profits. This is one of the many reasons why taking counterfeit Viagra can kill you.

If you have high blood pressure and are taking a medication to lower it, imagine how dangerous it would be if you took fake Viagra that contained the same medication; the outcome would be a stopped heart. Drug interactions with fake Viagra such as the previous example have claimed numerous lives since its first appearance on the internet.  The toxicity level of some ingredients can be quite deadly all on their own. Talcum powder has been found in fake Viagra and it is well known for being a poison when swallowed or inhaled. Talcum powder can cause heart and lung infections as well as organ failure; and it is just one of the many toxic ingredients in counterfeit Viagra.

Some other medical issues caused by taking fake Viagra are vision problems, fainting, and heart problems; but those are minor compared to other outcomes. Taking fake Viagra has caused both comas and death in some who have taken it. How then can you be sure you are not taking fake Viagra? There are a few ways to tell.

Viagra or Not Viagra, That is the Question.

You believe you have received Viagra from a legitimate source, but how can you be sure?  Here are some ways to know if the Viagra you received is fake.

  • #1 buy from a UK registered pharmacy (DrAndrews Registration)
  • It has rough edges. Real Viagra will have smooth edges.
  • Viagra only comes in Packs of four. Any more than four pills to a pack are counterfeit.
  • There should be no variations in colour. Viagra will always be blue. There should be no blotchy white areas or darker blue areas.
  • The f in Pfizer should not narrow until the top. In fake Viagra the f narrows just past the letter i.
  • There should be easy to read expiration dates. A package without an expiration date or a poorly printed expiration date is a fake.
  • Pfizer always have a hologram on the boxes. No hologram – not genuine.

Even if none of these warning signs are present, if you feel something is not right with the Viagra you received, then do not take it.

If you are considering taking Viagra, seeing your doctor and getting them from a legitimate registered source is the safest route to take. All it takes is a little thought and you can avoid taking fake Viagra.





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