Uprima (aka Ixense) main active
ingredient, apomorphine as been used to treat medical conditions
since the mid 19th century and also it has been used to treat Parkinson's
disease although Uprima is a new drug.
Uprima acts differently to other impotence drugs such as Viagra
as it does not stimulate the sexual organ, but it stimulates a part
of the human brain called the hypothalamus as many scientists believe
this triggers the male erection.
Uprima comes in the form of a small flavoured pill which dissolves
on the tongue which makes it much more effective than viagra as
tests proove that erections occur 2-3 times faster than that of
viagra due to Uprima not having to go through the digestive system
and you do not have to take Uprima with food.
You should not take Ixense if you:
- are allergic to any ingredients in Uprima.
- suffer from severe unstable angina, recent myocardial infarction,
severe heart failure, hypertension, or any other heart problems.
- your partner is pregant or breast feeding.
Common side effetcs of Uprima are
- sore throat
- increased cough
- taste disorder
You should take a 2mg tablet once a day, 30 minutes before sexual