TREATMENT OF ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION Part 2

Levitra (Vardenefil). This is an oral medication  similar to Viagra, available in 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg,  and 20mg doses. The effectiveness and side effect  profile is similar to Viagra.

Canadian Cialis (Tadalafil). This is an oral medication  similar to Viagra, available in 2.5mg, 5mg, 10mg,  and 20mg doses. The effectiveness and side effect  profile is similar to Viagra. It has a duration of action of  approximately 36 hours, which has earned it the nickname of “the  weekender” as it can be taken on Friday evening and remain effective  for the duration of the weekend without the need for an additional dose.  This affords a considerable advantage in terms of spontaneity.

Injectable Medication: Prostaglandin-E1. An injection into the corpora  bypasses the psychological, neurological, and hormonal influences and  acts locally on the penile tissue. This will have an effect in patients with  psychological, neurological, and hormonal causes of E.D. as well as  men with a slight degree of vascular disease. Prostaglandin E1 results in  increased blood flow to the corpora and hence an erection.

M.U.S.E. (Medicated Urethral Suppository for Erection) A medicated  (prostaglandin-containing) pellet is inserted into the urethra by means of an  applicator.

Actis Venous Constrictor Device. For many patients with venous leak,  the simplest therapy is a device placed around the base of the penis to  reduce blood outflow. This easy to use, comfortable, and adjustable device  is designed to slow blood flowing out of the penis, allowing the penis to  stay fully erect.

Vacuum Suction Devices. These are mechanical means of producing an  erection. The penis is placed in a cylinder that draws blood into the corpora  cavernosa by creating a vacuum within. The erection is maintained by a tension ring placed around the penile base.

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