Viagra is a popular medication used to help men achieve and maintain erections. It works by increasing levels of cGMP, a compound involved in blood clotting. This has led researchers to suggest that Viagra could potentially increase the risk of blood clots forming. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has previously warned of an increased risk of blood clots in men with a condition called polycythemia.
This is a condition in which the body produces too many red blood cells, which can lead to the formation of clots. Now, the FDA has issued a new warning about reports of blood clots in men without polycythemia. Blood clots can be dangerous, as they can prevent blood from flowing properly throughout the body and can lead to heart attacks, strokes, or other medical emergencies. Male enhancement pills are often advertised as a way to increase energy, mood, and sexual desire.
However, these pills may also increase the risk of blood clots forming. Therefore, it is important for men to be aware of this potential risk before taking any male enhancement pills.