Learn More: Do "natural male enhancements" and mail-order sexual function drugs work? No. That's according to Dr. LeRoy Jones a urologist and men's health specialist with Urology San Antonio. Dr. Jones explains that the over the counter pills sold on late night TV and in men's magazines are herbal supplements that are not regulated by the FDA and have not been shown to be effective for erectile dysfunction or penile enlargement in double-blind clinical trials, which are the standard for medical testing. Rather than paying for a mail-order herbal pill that will not improve sexual function, Dr. Jones recommends men who are dealing with impotence, see a urologist who can prescribe them effective erectile dysfunction medication like Viagra or Cilias. Dr. Jones cautions that while herbal pills usually won't harm you, their ingredients and purity are not regulated. There have been instances where herbal pills marketed to men have been contaminated or laced with real medication, which can be dangerous if the medication interacts with another prescription the man is taking. Dr. Jones says unequivocally that there is no medicine, prescription or herbal, for penile enlargement. To learn about real treatments for men's sexual health concerns, visit Dr. Jones' website ---------------------------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH UROLOGY SAN ANTONIO twitter.com/urologysa


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