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    can i cause nose bleeds?

    i tried one and the next morning, i went to blow my nose and it started bleeding? i dunno.. could it be cos of this? i get nose bleeds like once a year if that?

    just curious

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    Maybe you 'blew' too hard... ever think about that?

    Have you researched what Aspire36 does, and what it has in it?
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    just figured could be high blood pressure or something
    i didnt blow too hard, i blew lightly and it was bleeding.. i wasnt taking anything else but this

    hence asking
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    just figured could be high blood pressure or something
    i didnt blow too hard, i blew lightly and it was bleeding.. i wasnt taking anything else but this

    hence asking
    I would guess that aspire36 stimulates blood flow ( durh! haha how do you think you get your wood up. ) Anyway I guess that because of this stimulation in blood it could cause nose bleeds,headaches? Correct me if im wrong PAL reps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    just figured could be high blood pressure or something
    i didnt blow too hard, i blew lightly and it was bleeding.. i wasnt taking anything else but this

    hence asking
    Theses types of products(PDE5 Inhibitors) can actually lower blood pressure that's why they aren't recommended to be used with alpha-blocking medication. The side effect I got from Aspire was a stuffy nose and a raging bone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slow-mun View Post
    Theses types of products(PDE5 Inhibitors) can actually lower blood pressure that's why they aren't recommended to be used with alpha-blocking medication. The side effect I got from Aspire was a stuffy nose and a raging bone.


    I've researched this since last night and I have not found one incident where anyone complained of a nose bleed. It may just be coincidental - I don't know. If you have the same reaction the next time you use it - let us know.
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    Ive never heard of a nosebleed.

    Was it just a drop of blood on the tissue, or was this a significant bleed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    can i cause nose bleeds?

    i tried one and the next morning, i went to blow my nose and it started bleeding? i dunno.. could it be cos of this? i get nose bleeds like once a year if that?

    just curious
    same thing happened to me last week.
    Took the pill around 2pm. Had the usual stuffy nose around 4.

    Around 5pm, thought it was a regular runny nose, but when i blew my nose, it started bleeding.

    Been using aspire for 2 months now, just a recreational user. Maybe 1 -2 pill a month, or as needed.

    This pill works wonders, just hope long term use doesnt cause any problems.
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    Most things are not specific PDE5 inhibitors, but can have minor activity in the other PDE isoforms.

    You could have a sensitivity to the ingredient profile, resulting in dilation of the blood vessels in your sinuses (perhaps one cause of one of the reported side effects) and increased propensity to have nosebleeds.

    You could try Aspire Lite, but I would give the regular Aspire another shot.
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    ive tried viagra, cialis and no issues

    it wasnt a big bleed, stopped after a 5-10 seconds..

    next time ill try, ill scope it out..

    who knows eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    ive tried viagra, cialis and no issues

    it wasnt a big bleed, stopped after a 5-10 seconds..

    next time ill try, ill scope it out..

    who knows eh

    Are you sure there isnt something you arent telling us....i.e you went for a quick "dig" up there...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MashedPotato View Post
    Are you sure there isnt something you arent telling us....i.e you went for a quick "dig" up there...
    lol nope dude

    i had just woken up, walked to bathroom, blew my nose..

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdelV View Post
    lol nope dude

    i had just woken up, walked to bathroom, blew my nose..

    Thats what they all say....

    Could have been many reasons, including bedroom humidity. Maybe you just started putting the heat on (winters coming) humidity in house drops.

    Possibly this caused the irritation, combined with dilated blood vessels in nasal cavity due to aspire, and blood being closer to the surface....
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    Most things are not specific PDE5 inhibitors, but can have minor activity in the other PDE isoforms.

    You could have a sensitivity to the ingredient profile, resulting in dilation of the blood vessels in your sinuses (perhaps one cause of one of the reported side effects) and increased propensity to have nosebleeds.

    You could try Aspire Lite, but I would give the regular Aspire another shot.
    Good call dsade as this is most likely the cause. Dilation of blood vessels in your sinus cavity will increase the risk of vasculature wall perforation by excessive force or pressure applied(blowing your nose/sneezing) Heck just having a dry sinus cavity also impairs vascular wall integrity and can cause a nosebleed fairly easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    Good call dsade as this is most likely the cause. Dilation of blood vessels in your sinus cavity will increase the risk of vasculature wall perforation by excessive force or pressure applied(blowing your nose/sneezing) Heck just having a dry sinus cavity also impairs vascular wall integrity and can cause a nosebleed fairly easily.
    Still...my bet is on the excess finger pressure while plucking out goblins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    Still...my bet is on the excess finger pressure while plucking out goblins.
    Lol, yes the goblins win again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsade View Post
    Still...my bet is on the excess finger pressure while plucking out goblins.
    My point exactly.

  

  
 

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