Uller R.
King City, Ontario, CanadaMember since March 2019

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    • Mar 19, 2019
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    Apexatropin

    Apexatropin review

    This is a review of the natural health supplement Apexatropin.

    Abstract: I tried the male performance enhancement supplement Apexatropin (60 capsules) for one month as recommended, that is 2 capsules per day with water. Ingestion time of day varied over the test period between morning and evening to evaluate the effect. Ingestion approximately 2 hours before sexual activity was also tried.

    The supplement had no effect whatsoever on sexual performance or stamina as claimed.

    Personal data: Age 77, 6' 2" tall, 170 lbs, physically fit due to regular, heavy workouts, no illnesses. Weekly sexual activity on average.

    Review: At 61, I was diagnosed with prostate cancer and I had a successful radical prostatectomy (complete surgical removal of the prostate), which removed all traces of cancer.

    The well-known two main side effects of this procedure are urinary incontinence (UI) and erectile dysfunction (ED). I had no prior ED.

    I was fortunate, not to suffer from UI after the operation, however, partial ED resulted. Full erections and sexual intercourse were no longer possible, but nerve-sparing surgery had left me with the capability of experiencing orgasms with masturbation. There is no ejaculation after prostate removal.

    I tried all major prescription medication for ED, such as Viagra, Cialis, Levitra, and Muse. All of these showed similar, partial erection improvement, but again not enough for intercourse due to insufficient penis rigidity and the short duration of drug effectiveness (minutes). This is not an endorsement for Viagra, but it is probably the most cost-effective ED drug. 50mg seems to work best for me, and since the 100mg tablets cost considerably less than twice the 50mg ones, I buy 100mg tablets and split them. This dose improves the sexual experience with minimal side-effects. Muse is exorbitantly expensive and unpleasant to apply.

    When I saw the CBC Dragon’s Den endorsement of Apexatropin on TV, I considered a trial, despite the outlandish claim of penis enlargement which is clinically proven to be false. The order process for this supplement also appeared to be honest and above board, so I ordered one bottle of 60 capsules.

    As an aside, I would like to caution any reader to not ever order so-called "free samples" of similar supplements (TRIALIX in particular) by paying a nominal shipping fee by credit card. These are most likely scams that will charge your card an exorbitant fee (in excess of $100!) in the next credit card billing cycle, and you may have great difficulties in canceling this scam.

    I thought of Apexatropin as a possible non-prescription substitute for, or enhancement of Viagra if at least some of the claims were true. As mentioned in the Abstract, I used the supplement as suggested with two capsules per day, taken with water. On some occasions, I also took the supplement approximately two hours before Viagra to test the claim of increased penis rigidity and erection endurance.

    Results: The ingredients of Apexatropin are well known as supposed male sexual performance boosters and appear in many other supplements, but perhaps not in the same combination and quantity.

    Unfortunately for me, Apexatropin had no effect whatsoever, positive or negative.

    Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend

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