Side effects of intraurethral alprostadil include pain in the penis and sometimes in the testicles, mild urethral bleeding, dizziness, and vaginal itching in the sex partner. Patients rarely report syncopal (fainting) episodes with initial use, and thus the first trial of this medication should be performed in the physician's office.
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MUSE offers an alternative route for administration of prostaglandin using a small pellet inserted using an applicator into the tip of the urethra (water pipe opening). Once massaged the prostaglandin is released and helps the blood to flow into the penis to gain an erection. Some men experience a mild burning sensation afterwards in the water pipe but this is a good alternative option for men who do not like the idea of using injection therapy.
Objectives: This study aimed to describe the utilization pattern and associated factors of sildenafil citrate among its users visiting community pharmacies in Gondar, Ethiopia.
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Erectile dysfunction is a potential complication following prostate cancer treatments. The nerves that control an erection lie very close to the prostate and may be injured during treatment. However, some men may regain their previous level of erectile function with nerve-sparing procedures. But it may take up to a year while some men may never recover their ability to have a natural erection.
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Other drugs may be used to treat erectile dysfunctions such as self-injections of medication at the base of the penis, hormone replacement for low testosterone, or suppositories.
One study indicated that intensive glycemic control might decrease the chances of ED in diabetic men.
While both psychological and biological factors can cause erectile dysfunction, in reality the mind and body work together in sexual arousal, so most men have both factors in varying proportions.
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Only 25% of clinics offering SWT were urologists – specialists in treating male reproductive problems. Other specialists performing SWT treatments included dermatologists, chiropractors, and obstetrician/gynecologists. Non-physicians, such as physician assistants or nurse practitioners, performed SWT at 13% of clinics.
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Because of the social embarrassment associated with erectile dysfunction, some men may not feel comfortable discussing their symptoms, especially with their regular doctors or with family members.
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