The erectile disorder ad says ‘antihismine’ is safe and effective
The ad says “antihistsine” is “a safe and easy-to-use, non-surgical treatment for erectile disfunction.”
The ad states that it has been tested and approved by the Food and Drug Administration.
The ad says the medication is “free and available for purchase online.”
It says it is safe for use and that “there is no evidence to support its use for erectiles.”
The FDA said in a statement on Wednesday that the FDA has not reviewed the advertisement.
The FDA says that the medication will be available for free at pharmacies and other health care providers in the U.S. through August.
It will be distributed to pharmacies by the end of the year.
The company says it will distribute the medication to “any eligible patient in the United States who is under the age of 21, who is a current or former smoker, who has a history of heart disease or stroke, and who has an annual income of at least $500,000.”
The company said the medication was tested in patients with an estimated 5 million erectile disorders worldwide and had been approved for use in adults by the FDA.