Singapore man hospitalized after drinking sex-enhancing coffee

A man in Singapore has been hospitalized after consuming coffee containing ingredients used to treat erectile dysfunction.

The man consumed the sexual enhancement product called Prime Kopi Pejuang 3 in 1 as the Health Sciences Authority (HSA) of Singapore warned people against consuming the drug.

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The ingredient was found to contain high levels of tadalafil which is used to treat erectile dysfunction. It is usually administered under medical supervision.

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The agency warned that “inappropriate” consumption of tadalafil could lead to heart attacks, strokes, palpitations, irregular heartbeat and priapism.

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At least two men had taken the drug, according to reports, with one being hospitalized and the other suffering from priapism which is a severe painful and prolonged erection process and could lead to impotence if not not processed.

The product was reportedly sold on the local e-commerce platform as health officials asked online sellers to remove the products from their listings.

The man who was hospitalized reportedly suffered from pain and itching as he was given medication, including antibiotics, to reduce swelling as he developed blisters on his genitals.

(With agency contributions)


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