Is the e d drug muse better than Cialis or viagra (sildenafil)?

No. There many drugs we use for the treatment of ed. There is not a better drug but other drugs. The efficacy of the drug will vary from person to person. Options include other pills, injections in the penis or urethra, a vacuum pump, or if all fails, surgery for a penile implant.
No. In any given category, best drug is one that you can afford & that you will tolerate both route & frequency of administration along w/(minimal) side effects. In other words, if you can't afford it, what's the use? If you won't take it as directed (how do you feel about injecting your penis?), what's the use? If you won't take it as frequently as recommended, what's the use? Muse (alprostadil) is just an option.

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Does muse or cavaject work for ED in diabetics? Or is it equally as useless as levitra, (vardenafil) cialis, and viagra?

May work.... Muse/Caverject (PGE-1) are direct applications of vasodilators toward the cavernous bodies of the penis. While they may work better, there is no guarantee that they will work in your specific case: you haven't described the severity of your DM, nor if you have any other contributing factors (eg: a venous "leak"). Regardless, your insurer may require a trial before covering you for a prosthesis. Read more...

What to do if I do not know if its gonna work. Should I buy some drugs like viagra (sildenafil) cialis?

My take is ... For a prior healthy 33-yr man, ED is unlikely and rarely needs Viagra (sildenafil) / Cilalis. So, if you indeed have problem to achieve, or maintain, or sustain erection to complete coitus, seek pro-evaluation and counseling before taking this kind of pill. But one thing very common and important is sex obsession overruns those men's life leading to panic - later ED. So, don't overdo what body can afford... Read more...

Is there interaction between Cialis or viagra (sildenafil) with glaucoma?

Cialis. No. Cialis and viagra (sildenafil) can cause the vision to appear blue at times. They are also very rarely associated with ischemic optic neuropathy. But there is no definitive connection with glaucoma. Read more...
Only indirectly. It is generally safe for glaucoma patients to take erectile dysfunction medications such as viagra (sildenafil) or cialis, but there can be transient visual field changes, similar to the effects that ocular migraine sufferers notice, as well as the 'blue vision' reported. The rare complication of ischemic optic nerve disease can cause more problems if the visual field is already compromised by glaucoma. Read more...