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Fox News, 02:52

With the rise in Internet purchases for erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs, prostate cancer expert, Dr. David Samadi cautions men about the dangers they may encounter. While medication for erectile dysfunction (ED) is less expensive in other countries, the reality is that 80% of ED drugs sold online are counterfeit, and often dangerous and indistinguishable from the real product. Dr. Samadi provides valuable information about VIPPS, an Internet pharmacy certification. Sites without this seal are not selling certified pharmaceuticals and should be avoided. More importantly, Dr. Samadi stresses that men should see their primary care physician or urologist to confirm the need for erectile dysfunction (ED) medication and prevent drug interactions. Often, symptoms of ED are the result of underlying causes such as diabetes, hypertension or heart disease. Treating these issues may resolve ED symptoms.

Dr. Samadi is Vice Chairman of the Department of Urology and Chief of Robotics and Minimally Invasive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical Center.

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