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Too Much Use Of Sex Boosters Among Zambians

herbsNDOLA Central Hospital head of obstetrics and gynaecology Dr Mubiana Inambao says there is too much use of sex boosters in communities.

Dr Inambao warned that sex boosters had devastating consequences, especially on those who are hypertensive. “There is too much use of sex enhancers in various communities. One would wonder why people, especially men, frequent chemists. It’s because they want to buy sex enhancement drugs. Sex boosters or enhancements have adverse effect on the people with hypertension as they raise their blood pressure and eventually causes death even at the time they are having sex,” Dr Inambao warned in an interview after the provincial maternal death surveillance and response meeting in Kitwe.

He advised people with high blood pressure to avoid taking sex enhancements as these might cause death because they increase blood flow in the body. “Members of the community must learn to rely on their natural power, the God-given natural energy when having sexual intercourse instead of depending on boosters. These have adverse effects,” Dr Inambao said. And Dr Inambao caused laughter during the meeting when he asked the delegates whether they knew the meaning of D.O.T, which he said meant ‘Died On Top’ for using sexual enhancements. He said he had received cases of people dying while having sex because of using  boosters.

“The use of sex enhancement is real among members of the community, including the youth,” said Dr Inambao, who encouraged members of the public to check their blood pressure at least twice a year for their own health.

2 Responses to Too Much Use Of Sex Boosters Among Zambians

  1. Shi Mwana

    March 20, 2016 at 12:15 pm

    Surprisingly, there is plenty supply even of local herbs on the streets. Those women selling cassava also dtock mutototo to go with the cassava!!

  2. one judisky

    March 23, 2016 at 9:15 am

    The use of sex enhancement is real among members of the community, including the youth,” said Dr Inambao, who encouraged members of the public to check their blood pressure at least twice a year for their own health.