MLB Players Told in Memo to Stop Taking over the Counter Male Enhancement Pills



Major league baseball announced to players to stop taking over-the-counter pills to improve sexual function, warning that those pills could contain banned substances. As per ESPN, the memorandum was sent after at least two players who have claimed to have taken male enhancement pills were suspended after testing positive for banned substances. The note states that unregulated male enhancements products, which are often used by players, pose a real risk to players who periodically get tested for drugs because they are in many cases contaminated with ingredients considered unsafe or unacceptable. “We know from experience that some of these sexual or male products are made with anabolic steroids and other illegal substances”, says the note. The note also urged players who suffered from sexual problems to consult a doctor and get legal impotence pharmaceutical drugs instead.




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