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Does intracavernous pharmacotherapy work for ED erectile dysfunction?

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In brief: Yes

There are multiple formulations one can use for intracavernous penile inejction therapy.
Depending on the severeity of the erectile dysfunction and other comorbidities a man may have. It is a very good and effective method for obtaining an erection.

In brief: Yes

There are multiple formulations one can use for intracavernous penile inejction therapy.
Depending on the severeity of the erectile dysfunction and other comorbidities a man may have. It is a very good and effective method for obtaining an erection.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Dr. Jesse Mills
Urology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

This is a tried and true therapy that has been around nearly 30 years.
See a board certified urologist to be evaluated and treated appropriately.

In brief: Yes

This is a tried and true therapy that has been around nearly 30 years.
See a board certified urologist to be evaluated and treated appropriately.
Dr. Jesse Mills
Dr. Jesse Mills
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Dr. James Lin
Urology

In brief: Yes to some...

This use with PGE-1 (alprostadil, prostaglandin E-1) or TriMix injection is usually tried and applied after failing to response to oral drugs - one of PDE-5 inhibitors such as Vaigra, Levita, Cialis, or Stendra.
It's worthwhile to try but carries no 100% guaranty. So, work with urologist.

In brief: Yes to some...

This use with PGE-1 (alprostadil, prostaglandin E-1) or TriMix injection is usually tried and applied after failing to response to oral drugs - one of PDE-5 inhibitors such as Vaigra, Levita, Cialis, or Stendra.
It's worthwhile to try but carries no 100% guaranty. So, work with urologist.
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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