Foreign product alert: Meng Rong
- August 23, 2006 1:37 PM
- By Peter Hadzipetros
Health Canada has issued an alert advising consumers not to use the product Meng Rong, which is marketed as a sexual enhancement and treatment for erectile dysfunction because of concerns about possible-side effects. The agency warns that the drug may contain sildenafil, the generic name for Viagra, which should only be taken under medical supervision. This product is not sold in Canada, but could have been purchased by Canadians travelling abroad or by consumers over the internet. No adverse reactions have been reported to Health Canada.
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