Performance issues in the bedroom can happen for all sorts of reasons, but if you opt to use a pharmaceutical method to deal with the problem, make sure you order them from a reliable source. Case in point: UFC star, Jon ‘Bones’ (ahem) Jones.

The wrong type of hard man

If you follow Mixed Martial Arts to any extent, no doubt you will have heard the cautionary tale of how Jon Jones failed a drugs test a couple of years ago ahead of his title fight with Daniel Cormier at UFC 200. His excuse? Off-brand Cialis.

Man in need of erectile dysfunction medication.

Order your ED medication from a reliable source or you can’t be sure what you’ll get.

Now, on the face of it this might seem about as convincing as claiming the family dog ate your homework, but at PostMyMeds we know as well as anyone how important it is to only buy pharmaceutical drugs with a prescription. Not all online pharmacies are created equal, and you should always check their credentials before you proceed. PostMyMeds is a member of the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPHC) and the Medicines Healthcare and Regulatory Agency (MHRA).

Jon Jones didn’t buy his pharmaceuticals from a licensed, safe source. In fact, he got his Cialis from a friend’s girlfriend. What could go wrong?

I’d be willing to bet there’s nothing in the UFC rulebook about entering the octagon with an erection, but Mr. Jones never got the chance to find out after testing positive for what are known as estrogen blockers (or, more specifically- Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators/SERMS), which are often associated with steroid use.

Why would estrogen blockers be in Cialis, I hear you ask? The answer to that question reads a bit like an outline for season 3 of True Detective, but legal commentator Amy Dash was kind enough to break it down in a Huffington Post article from 2016:

‘…the only way for any of the erectile dysfunction drugs to cause a test to be positive for Letrozole and Hydroxy-clomiphene (both are types of SERMS), is if that drug was laced with Letrozole AND Clomid. We know that’s almost one hundred percent not happening in the United States. It’s highly unlikely that a regulated, prescription-based erectile dysfunction drug would be laced with two separate heavy-duty prescription drugs. For the same reason, it is highly unlikely that any supplement would be tainted with not one but two prescription drugs at the same time and specifically drugs that treat cancer and infertility. In fact, most, if not all of the recent tainted supplement cases in MMA involve a supplement tainted by one banned substance not two.’

Don’t ruin your career prospects for an erection

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re not preparing for a multi-million dollar title fight (no offence), but that’s not the only reason you should be careful when it comes to purchasing pharmaceutical drugs. Many workplaces do drugs tests these days, and it should go without saying that unlicensed products are potentially dangerous because you have no way of knowing what’s in them.

Here at PostMyMeds we offer a wide range of ED medications. You can choose from Levitra, Sildenafil, Spedra, Tadalifil or Viagra. These are all different forms of what are known as PDE-5 inhibitors. PDE-5 occurs naturally in the body, and when it comes to sexual performance, its job is to make sure there isn’t too much blood in the penis during an erection. For people suffering from erectile dysfunction, however, PDE-5 can end up overcompensating. Accordingly, inhibitors fix the problem and restore proper blood flow back into to the penis.

Order your ED medication from our licensed and registered pharmacy safely, discreetly and secure via the PostMyMeds website today.

Authored Aug 08, 2018 by Thomas Hall
Reviewed Jul 02, 2019 by Prabjeet Saundh, MPharm

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