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Are Constriction Rings Effective In Treating Erectile Dysfunction
Aka Sildenafil: Kamagra is the brand name for generic Sildenafil which is sold in the States as Viagra! Kamagra is available in Georgia (country, not state), Peru & Venezuela (http://www.drugs.com/international/kamagra.html). Sildenafil is a prescription medication proven to be effective for erectile dysfunction although it also has known side effects. See your family doc for evaluation before starting drug. ...Read more
See remark: All three drugs have same basic ingredient They all work well, each may have few whistles & bells. Cialis stays in our system about 3 days .I tell my patients it is like comparing Plymouth & Dodge...or chevy and Pontiac. For some reason some respond to one more than others.. ...Read more
What is the first stepof treating erectile dysfunction?Should i first check to see if it's a mental problem, or should I check my blood analysis first?
One that works 4 you: In add'n to oral agents mentioned by dr. Zeidman, staxyn is a different fda-approved brand & formulation of the same active ingredient in levitra. Stendra recently received fda approval within the last month and is in the same family as all the others. Muse is also a pill but rather than swallow it, you place it in your urethra (pee hole) to get medicine directly to penis. All are safe w/beta bloc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: There is no proven OTC med for ED. ...Read more
Not that I know of..: I don 't believe so............Get a more detailed answer ›
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