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Yohimex Erectile Stimulator
Pros & cons: Somewhat effective, more natural but less powerful than viagra/cialis, high potential for side effects & interactions. Can raise bp, cause tremor, nausea or even paranoia. Maoi (monoamine oxidase inhibitor) class of med which interacts with many other rx & otc meds & even foods (tyramine: aged cheeses, red wine, liver) if using, discuss all prescriptions with dr. To avoid possible bad interactions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yohimbine Risks: Yohimbine was the only available oral treatment for ED prior to the advent of Viagra in 1998. Since that time it has seen little use. Its benefits are not better than a sugar pill. There are no significant side effects from its use from evaluating the known literature on its effectiveness. ...Read more
No: No, yohimbine is fda-approved as a treatment for impotence (erectile dysfunction). Yohimbe is the bark from which yohimbine is derived. I have not heard of a ban on yohimbine as it remains cleared for human consumption as a prescription medication in the states. Check out http://www.Drugs.Com/mtm/yohimbine.Html. ...Read more
Limited studies: yes: There are only a few limited studies of yohimbine (the pill) or yohimbe bark tea or powder in women, and these studies are not of expert quality, but they seem to suggest that it can help with sexual desire, arousal, lubrication and orgasm in women. Caution: yohimbe is a maoi-inhibitor (class of medicine) which can cause many interactions and side effects - talkwith a doc if you decide to try it. ...Read more
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