anti-impotence drug


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  • noun

Synonyms for anti-impotence drug

drug to treat impotence attributable to erectile dysfunction

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An FDA official said the US company s patent to produce the anti-impotence drug had expired in Thailand.
86 was spent per person on the anti-impotence drug in the borough.
The haul included blue pills labelled Kamagra jelly - an Indian copy of the anti-impotence drug.
The parents of Lewis Goodfellow, born at just 24 weeks, admit they had started making funeral plans as the tragic tot lay critically ill in hospital but he is now at home with the couple after being given the anti-impotence drug to help get oxygen into his blood supply.
The parents of Lewis Goodfellow, born at just 24 weeks, admit they had started making funeral plans as he lay critically ill in hospital but he is now back home after being given the anti-impotence drug.
The pills looked like Viagra and had similar active ingredients to the anti-impotence drug, Owens said.
A DOCTOR used a type of the anti-impotence drug Viagra to save the lives of three babies.
The anti-impotence drug Viagra could become available to buy over the counter at chemists later this year.
The police said Tetsuo Kosaka, 43, a resident of Owariasahi, Aichi Prefecture in central Japan, admitted that he sold on the Internet the 100-milligram pills of the anti-impotence drug.
Obtaining the anti-impotence drug on the NHS has been ruled out because it would cost taxpayers too much.
pharmaceutical firm Abbott's Korean branch planned to import the anti-impotence drug "Uprima" as soon as possible, a Korea Abbott Ltd.
The Aichi prefectural government said Thursday it has found a soft drink imported from China contains an active ingredient of the anti-impotence drug Viagra and directed the importer in Nagoya to recall the product.
The anti-impotence drug Viagra may also be effective in helping some infertile women become pregnant, according to an article published Thursday in the British magazine New Scientist.
Department of Health announced in September that it would provide the anti-impotence drug Viagra to gay men, the London Times reported.
Spam and Viagra, a popular anti-impotence drug, have found a match made in "spammer's heaven".