Metabolism (breakdown) of vardenafil can be slowed by aging, liver disease, and concurrent use of certain medications (such as erythromycin [an antibiotic], ketoconazole [Nizoral, a medication for fungal/yeast infections], and protease inhibitors [medications used to treat AIDS]). Slowed breakdown allows vardenafil to accumulate in the body and potentially increases the risk for side effects. Therefore, in men over 65 years of age with liver disease, or who are also taking medication(s) that can slow the breakdown of vardenafil, the doctor will initiate vardenafil at low doses to avoid its accumulation. For example, men taking erythromycin or ketoconazole should not take more than 5 mg of vardenafil in 24 hours; men taking high doses of ketoconazole (Nizoral) should not take more than 2.5 mg of vardenafil in 24 hours; men with moderately severe liver disease also should not take more than a 5 mg dose of vardenafil within 24 hours; men taking the protease inhibitor (for the treatment of HIV/AIDS) indinavir (Crixivan) should not take more than 2.5 mg of vardenafil in 24 hours; and men taking another protease inhibitor ritonavir (Norvir), erythromycin, or ketoconazole, should not take more than 2.5 mg of vardenafil every 72 hours.
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Penile self-injection therapy is a shot that is inserted into the penis and produces an erection for up to an hour or more. This injection is mostly used to treat erectile dysfunction, but can help with other penile conditions as well.
It is recommended that prior to proceeding with other therapies, patients reporting failure of their PDE5 inhibitors should be evaluated to determine whether the trial was adequate. This would include discussion of fatty food ingestion, which is important with sildenafil, and specific patient population such as prostatectomy and diabetes. Furthermore, patients should be encouraged to continue attempts at intercourse up to the eighth to tenth dose of PDE5 inhibitor as improvements in success rate are seen up to the eighth to tenth dose.
Alprostadil should not be used in men at higher risk for priapism (erection lasting longer than six hours) including men with sickle cell anemia, thrombocytopenia (low platelet count), polycythemia (increased red blood cell count), multiple myeloma (a cancer of the white blood cells), and is contraindicated in men prone to venous thrombosis (blood clots in the veins) or hyperviscosity syndrome who are at increased risk for priapism.
Several things may help improve your sexual responsiveness and ability to stay hard longer.
Ultrasound (and ultrasonography) is imaging of the body used in the medical diagnosis and screening of diseases and conditions such as: TIAs, stroke, aneurysm's, heart valve irregularities, carotid artery disease, heart disease, gallstones, kidney stones, liver disease, diseases of the female reproductive, and diseases of the male reproductive organs.
A person with an erectile dysfunction will see improvement after making changes to lifestyle. This will reduce the need for medication and will benefit the person in their overall health.
Certain diseases or conditionsPsychological or emotional issuesObesity or a history of smoking
A major cause of ED is poor blood flow. Physical conditions such as diabetes, obesity vascular disease and high cholesterol in men often affect blood flow resulting in ED. Dong aerobics will improve your overall physical health and can lead to improved erectile function.
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Many men experience erectile dysfunction intermittently, especially during times of stress. If it is a recurring event, however, it can signal an underlying medical or emotional issue. This should be addressed by a healthcare professional.
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If, however, you struggle with achieving and maintaining erections, feel sexually dissatisfied, ejaculate too early for your liking, or have a hard time experiencing pleasure, it may be worth learning how to get a harder erection or one that lasts for longer.