What can I take for ed.?

Many things. There are many treatments available for erectile dysfunction. Oral medications (called pde-5 inhibitors) are first line therapy. If those fail (and some men respond to different oral meds so trying others is not a bad idea), the next line of therapies include vacuum erection devices, urethral suppository, injection therapy. Lastly, implantation of penile prosthesis is recommended for some men.
Doctor's office. See a doctor to make sure you're not having early signs of heart disease. If you check out ok, your provider can write for all kinds of good ed medicines.
Here are some ... The first line of Rx for ED is oral drugs - PDE-5 inhibitors such as sildenafil - Viagra, vardenafil - Levitra, tadalafil - Cialis, and Avanafil - Stendra, T-supplement as needed. But how to handle ED? Here are: understand and accept ED as a part of life; low-risk healthy lifestyle without obsession, and judicious use of one of the above oral drugs after good mental / physical resting, and T-suppl.

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What can I take for ed?

Viagra (sildenafil) Presumably you mean erectile dysfunction. Viagra (sildenafil) & related medications can be prescribed. A long shot is dhea from health food store. Our bodies make this & use it to make testosterone. By supplementing you might be able to induce testosterone. This is safe, but an unproven theory. In biochemistry we have concept of "mass action", and orthomolecular doctors make use of this principle. Read more...

I have ED and im suffering with diabetes but I need help for ed. What can I take for E.d.

See doctor. If there are no contraindications you could try one of the ED prescription drugs (Cialis,Viagra, Levitra) Read more...
Diabetes and ED. I am wondering about the control of your diabetes. Have you talked to your doctor about this? It is certainly still possible to treat your erectile dysfunction in most cases. It does work against you. You should have your testosterone and estrogen levels checked. You should talk to your doctor about whether you would be a good candidate for Cialis, Levitra, (vardenafil) or Viagra, too. Read more...
Step process. First, make sure that your glucose, and other risk factors like cholesterol, smoking, weight etc are optimal. If you take meds, ask your Dr to review the side effects - some may be increasing the problem, and might need adjustment. Some herbs, such as 'horny goat weed' are reported to help ED. Some OTC products work. If you are considering one of the PDE5 inhibitors - see your Dr. for eval. Read more...
FYI. Just an FYI- HavingED is associated with cardiac issues/heart attacks. Talk to your doctor about this. Read more...