A male sexual performance aid called Desire may cause serious health complications for certain people, says Health Canada.
One lot of the product was found to contain the prescription drug phentolamine, which may be prescribed intravenously to prevent and control high blood pressure in patients with adrenal tumors, CBC News reported.
The presence of phentolamine is not indicated on Desire's label, Health Canada said.
If people take phentolamine, those with heart problems, on medications for high blood pressure, and those at risk of stroke could suffer serious health problems such as low blood pressure, chest pain and abnormal heartbeat, dizziness, and loss of consciousness. They could also experience prolonged erections, headaches, flushing, nasal congestion, indigestion and abdominal pain, CBC News reported.
To date, there have been no reports of adverse reactions, Health Canada said.