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Erectile Stimulator Medication
See a urologist: If you are having erectile problems you need to go see a urologist. ...Read more
Non-oral option: Check out http://www. Muserx. Com/hcc/ for info from manufacturer. Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/cdi/muse-suppository. Html for info from drug reference source. Check out http://www. Webmd. Com/erectile-dysfunction/muse-for-erection-problems for info from webmd. Nice alternative to oral & injectable meds, especially if taking nitroglycerin/nitrates (watch er scene in something's gotta give). ...Read more
MAO meds: Don't worry about any OTC supplements or meds. MAO meds are very few & hardly used now. MAOIs were the first antidepressants in clinical use. They were discovered in 1952. These meds irreversibly block monoamine oxidase, the enzyme responsible for metabolizing neurotransmitters like serotonin. They include tranylcypromine, phenelzine, & selegiline. These meds interact w/ many others & foods ...Read more
There are many causes of erectile dysfunction are so diverse including medication side effect, vascular causes, diabetes, neurologic conditions, local penile factors, hormonal imbalance, Also psychological factors
so I think you best see you health professional to diagnose the cause and direct treatment accordingly ...Read more
Any medicine can have any side effect. Even though seizure medication doesn't commonly cause ed, medication needs to be considered as a possible cause.
Work with your physician to see if a change is safe for you. If you are able to change meds and the ed resolves, then there is your answer. ...Read more
When do men start getting erectile dysfunctions? Is there a way of treating it without medication?
Any age: We most commonly see men start to have erectile issues later in life 55-60+. The most common cause is actually the effect of chronic diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and atherosclerosis. Erectile issues in young men are most often psychogenic ("performance" anxiety), induced by drugs and alcohol, or by medications. A detailed interview and exam would be needed to determine exactly why. ...Read more
I have erectile disfunction due to anxiety and depression. Is is serious? My medication is NT going on.
It's worth treating: If you are quite confident that you have no physical problem (probably true), that it is psychological, the good news is that when you get a grip on the problem (s) - it will be okay. Perhaps not immediately, you'll have to regain confidence, but it will work out. Seek good CBT therapy - if meds are needed they'll add them. Learn how to manage life - it's a good value. Best wishes! ...Read more
Under medication for enlarged prostate and had undergone vasectomy 29 years ago. Are these the reasons for not having erectile properly?
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: 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 (phentolamine) and Atropine are used but not FDA approved for ED. Stay away from the so called natural alternatives; a waste of $$$$. ...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, (vardenafil) 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 more
There are many: Be wary of over the counter herbal medications For the most part they can be harmful or a waste of time. At your age taking into account you have no other medical problems, can be helped talking to a psychologist skilled in helping men with this problem. When having sex your need to feel secure, relaxed, have a pleasing & willing partner and don't be in a hurry. Keep your mind away from worry. ...Read more
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
Yes but will not: As it is unethical even illegal to Rx any medication with out examination. Support team will help you to get a physician for you near you. ...Read more
Consider stop Fluox: Consider switching to buproprion which is a good antidepressant but has fewer side effects. In general, antidepressants don't cause erectile dysfunction but often diminish a man's libido and inhibit ejaculation/orgasm. Also, get screened for low testostoreone which can cause depression. ...Read more
No betablockers: Check with your physician if any BP meds are affecting the sexual issues. If you are on betablockes need to change to other BP medicines. ...Read more
Many options!: All oral pde-5 inhibitors, like cialis, levitra, (vardenafil) staxyn, stendra & viagra, work w/fluoxetine & other anti-depressants. However, you can't take these pde-5 inhibitors w/nitrates like nitroglycerin. You can also try alprostadil, either intrauretrhal (muse) or intracavernosal (caverject & edex) as a non-oral, non-pde-5 inhibitor, just in case you take nitrates or the orals don't work. ...Read more
Viagra-type meds: The only medications that seem to work consistently for ssri-induced sexual dysfunction are the pde-5 inhibitors (viagra, cialis, levitra). Other medication (e.g. Wellbutrin, (bupropion) ritalin, adderall, others) have been studied, but none has been shown to be consistently effective. ...Read more
Yes: Talk to your physician as there are many choices. ...Read more
Any recommendation: Must be made in conjunction with your entire clinical picture, so you should probably consult with your doctor on it. ...Read more
I suffered premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction both and same condition in mastrubation please suggest any medication
My Penis not working: Much of these problems at your age could be anxiety or worry related. Our brains influence our penises more than our bodies do. There is a lot on health tap about both conditions so also search my name or others. But, using the ed pills can help get your confidence back. Practicing on ejaculation to prolong your sexual activity is possible. There are also meds to delay ejaculation. ...Read more
Suggest medication for erectile dysfunction or should I go to urologist/sexologist for tests and examination not a regular masturbator or sex obsessio?
SEE MY REMARK:
YOU ARE TOO YOUNG TO HAVE THIS PROBLEM.
IF YOU HAVE A DOCTOR, LET HIM CHECK YOU.
PERHAPS BY GIVING YOU ONE OF THE AVAILABLE PILLS FOR THIS CONDITION YOU MAY FIND YOU ARE o.k.
I can't conceive you have anything serious
See a doctor, in my 40 yrs in this field, I have not seen one
with this problem at your age ...Read more
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