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Is ginkgo biloba tablets effective for blood circulation to achieve rigid erection because sometimes I am failing erection while taking viagra (sildenafil) 100mg?
Here are some...: Clinically, you are on the course of developing one-way street event of erectile dysfunction (ED), which will surely worsen over time despite temporary use of Viagra. How to deal with ED-related events better? Peruse articles in Sex Life, ED in http://formefirst.com/ED-Rx-options.html and others in http://formefirst.com/Basics-SelfImprovement.html. More? Contact www.healthtap.com/dr-Lin... ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See answer: If prescribed a male can take a medication, but an itch on the penis usually would not warrant taking 150mg Fluconazole tablet, which is most commonly rx'd for a vaginal yeast infection. Male skin issues or yeast infections affecting the penis skin are often treated well with topical creams. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm BP patient taking amladopine and atenalal generic tablets daily BP 185/85 age 46. May i take viagaralike tablets for intercourse or is it harm?
What's Viagra-like?: Regarding viagra-like, are you referring to cialis, Levitra (vardenafil) or staxyn? Or do you mean some unknown cheap version? If the latter, it could cause harm even w/o taking anything else. In general, it's always a good idea to tell your doctor & pharmacist everything you're taking so that they can look for interactions for you: http://www.Drugs.Com/interactions-check.Php?Drug_list=172-0, 273-0, 2061-1352. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sexual effects: Chrlothadlidone's (c) effect on erectile dysfunction (ed) can be read at this link: http://www.Ehealthme.Com/ds/chlorthalidone/erectile+dysfunction. Males with ed are usually on blood pressure medicine, have diabetes and are of advanced age. In this study, 14 out of 1, 725 patients had ed, for a rate of 0.81%. With diabetes, hypertension and at age 60, there may be other factors present causing ed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I take 25 mg atenolol daily. Cialis , viagra (sildenafil) make my heart pound too much. What's safe to take for erectile dysfunction?
Can i use hawthorne and linden even though I am taking carvedilol(coreg 6.25 mg oral tablet) 1 tab(s) oral every 12
> hours: 9 - 21, spironolactone(aldactone 25 mg oral tablet) 1 tab oral
> daily and lasix (furosemide)?
I'm 37years, 186cm tall, 100kg, hypertensive taking 2 antihypertensives&i have no rigid erection!i'm taking 100mg viagra (sildenafil) before sex, can I go up to 150mg?
Exercise for HT: Regular endurance (cardio) exercise can also help reduce hypertension. It can also help you lose weight, which may also help with hypertension, as mentioned. If the erectile dysfunction is related to the medications, there may be other ht medications that may be tried as substitutes. Consult with your physician with regards to evaluating your meds and starting any exercise program. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: The key ingredient of Kamagra is sildenafil citrate - exactly that in Viagra. After running out of its patent period, sildenafil citrate has been mixed with some "secret" herbals as intensely marked in many brands of erection-enhancing pills online as the alternative to Viagra because of less cost. Its use in women has been off label but logically to use so to help clitoral erection as for ED. ...Read more
Yes: There are no known interactions or contraindications to taking these two medications together. ...Read more
Possibly: Viagra (sildenafil) and any agent used treat erectile dysfunction can induce priapism. If viagra (sildenafil) is taken at night, then it is possible that a normal erection could last longer and cause priapism. Who actually develops priapism depends on their risk factors such as age, comorbidities including diabetes and hypertension, and use of other medications. The more comorbidities a man has, the less likely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, but . . .: Always tell your prescribing doc everything that you're taking, both prescription & non-prescription over-the-counter medications as well as dietary supplements. Use any drug-drug interaction checker to look for reasons why you shouldn't take combination of pills. Ideally, your pharmacist should warn you, too, if you get everything from same store. http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.html ...Read more