A 40-year-old member asked:
Does pletal (cilostazol) improve erection problems? please, need some answers?
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Here are some ...: While Pletal(Cilostazol) has been used for patients with significant intermittent claudication from severe peripheral arterial disease, its application to potentially improve penile circulation is logical to think about it, but has not been studied. I hope some studies on its possible use for ED may be explored and done. Clinically, such a clinical extension may not be realistically beneficial, ..
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Last updated Aug 28, 2014
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