Speman is a medication taken by men to increase their sexual desire, treat edema and diabetes, liver toxicity and oxidative stress, and as an aphrodisiac. Each tablet contains Tribulus Terrestris, Mucuna Pruriens and Hygrophila as its active ingredients.
How Speman Works
This medicine works by increasing the concentration of sperm count and achieving other goals, including:
Increasing fructose level of seminal vesicles;
Reducing blood glucose levels;
Offering antioxidants actions;
Increasing leukocyte, erythrocyte, and hemoglobin counts;
Changing dopamine levels in the brain;
Reducing brain lipid peroxidation;
Increasing specific immune response;
Giving acetylcholinesterase inhibitory effects;
Lowering peristaltic movements;
Providing diuretic activities because of potassium salts;
Inhibiting a gluconeogenesis process and expression of pro-inflammatory cytokines;
Blocking the growth and nucleation of calcium-oxalate crystals;
Activating the necessary testosterone production;
Reducing the hyperlipidemia induced by cholesterol.
Common Speman Uses
This drug is taken by patients to control, treat, improve and prevent the following health problems:
Edema and diabetes;
Liver toxicity and oxidative stress;
Sexual desire and snake bites;
Cardiovascular conditions and kidney stones;
Neurological disorders and diuresis;
Blood diseases and inflammation;
Pain and hepatotoxicity;
Muscle spasms and parasitic and bacterial infections;
Abdominal distension and genitourinary track conditions;
High lipid levels and immune system disorders.
Possible Speman Side Effects
Just like other pharmaceutical products, Speman may cause certain side effects, but most of them are mild and rare. For example, users may experience the following symptoms:
Pounding heartbeats and headaches;
Insomnia and abnormal body movements.
If they persist or get worse, contact your doctor immediately. The good news is that severe side effects are very rare when taking Speman, but if you experience them, you need to get emergency medical help.
Before you start taking Speman, it’s necessary to inform doctors if you have other pre-existing medical conditions, including allergic reactions. For example, you should be very careful with this treatment if you have any hypersensitivity, or women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to get pregnant in the nearest future.
Dangerous Drug Interactions
When taking Speman with certain medications, you risk ending up with unwanted drug interactions. They have a bad impact on its effectiveness and lead to serious side effects. Don’t take this drug with Phenelzine, Amirtiptyline and Methyldopa. Make a full list of other products that you’re taking, including over-the-counter and prescription drugs, herbal supplements, vitamins and minerals.