Stiff Nights is a male sexual stimulant pill manufactured to help men experience and maintain an erection for sexual purposes, notes Best Male Enhancement Pill Reviews. However, Stiff Nights pills are not safe at all. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a consumer warning against the product in 2009 because it contains sulfoaildenafil, an ingredient which is potentially dangerous.Know More
Stiff Nights pills contain sulfoaildenafil, a substance highly regulated by the FDA. Sulfoaildenafil is chemically similar to sildenafil, a drug which is available only by prescription and which the FDA has declared illegal to use in supplements. Sulfoaildenafil has serious side effects. It interacts with nitrates, including nitroglycerin, and may cause extremely low blood pressure. RealMenReviewed.com cautions customers not to use Stiff Nights, advising them to try other male sexual stimulant products with stronger reputations for safety.
According to Yahoo Shopping, the supplement claims to intensify orgasm as well as recovery time. The makers of Stiff Nights also claim that the product increases endurance while at the same time intensifying satisfaction and pleasure. Although the side effects of taking Stiff Nights and Viagra together have not been tested, this combination is potentially dangerous, warns Yahoo Shopping. Best Male Enhancement Pill Reviews and RealMenReviewed.com both warn against using Stiff Nights.Learn more about Side Effects
A pill imprinted with the markings "M385" is acetaminophen/hydrocodone 500 milligrams/7.5 milligrams, according to Drugs.com. It is a prescription pain reliever made by the pharmaceutical company Watson. Hydrocodone is sold under several brand names and is a narcotic pain medication that is controlled under the provisions of the Controlled Substances Act.Full Answer >
As of February 2015, there is no pill manufactured with the imprint "AN67," though there is a pill with the imprint "AN627," according to Drugs.com. Pills imprinted with AN627 are tramadol hydrochloride, 50 milligrams, manufactured by Amneal Pharmaceuticals.Full Answer >
Soreness, swelling, itching or redness at the site of the injection, as well as headache, nausea, dizziness, muscle aches and abdominal pain are common mild side effects of a rabies vaccination, states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Fever, hives and joint pain are possible moderate side effects.Full Answer >
Webmd.com, drugs.com and everydayhealth.com provide information about the side effects of many commonly prescribed drugs. All of these websites provide complete drug information, including the conditions each drug is used to treat, precautions, interactions and side effects. They also offer pill identifiers and pictures of some common drugs.Full Answer >