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Erectile Dysfunction Medication Flecainide Acetate
Can someone take erectile dysfunction medication if he takes 100 mg twice a day of flecainide acetate?
Yes: There is no adverse reaction between Flecainide and drugs for ed. The major adverse drug reaction is with Nitroglycerin drugs which can interact with ED drugs and cause a severe drop in blood pressure. Other drugs like Alpha blockers can cause a drop in blood pressure too. You should always always ask your doctor questions about drug interactions.You should make a list of all the drugs you take. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When you need it: When you lose confidence in your ability to attain/maintain an erection satisfactory for sexual activity, go see your family doc for complete evaluation. We want to make sure you're not under stress, suffering from depression, smoking, or are overweight/obese. We also want to review your med list for offending drugs. At that point, we can discuss best pharmacologic options for you & your ED. ...Read more
ED: Pd5 inhibitors are the mainstay of therapy for ED. Sildenafil, vardenafil, and tadalafil are the only ones FDA approved in the US. Urethral suppositories of prostaglandine1 as well as injectable pge1 are available and FDA approved. Other injections of papaverine, regitine and Atropine are used but not FDA approved for ED. Stay away from the so called natural alternatives; a waste of $$$$. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Erectile Dysfunction: First you need to discover why this is happening before being prescribed a medication to treat the problem. Please get to a good men's health expert. ...Read more
ED: There are but they usually are not effective. ...Read more
PDE-5 inhibitors etc: To treat erectile dysfunction, PDE-5 inhibitors such as Cialis, Levitra, Stendra & Viagra are common oral options. However, they can't be used in men w/heart disease who are also taking nitrates as combination can drop blood pressure dramatically. Alprostadil can be either placed into urethra (Muse) or injected into penis (Caverject & Edex). There's also a cream form (Vitaros) in Canada & Europe. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Does erectile dysfunction happens for all hypertensive patients regardless of what medications they are taking?Is it due to the disease itself?Advice
No it doesn't: Some anti=hypertensive medications can cause erectile dysfunction, but not all of them. Advanced kidney dysfunction can also be responsible for ed. Would first discuss it with your nephrologist or physician managing your hypertension. Then see a urologist if necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
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