While condoms can make arousal more difficult, there is no link between wearing condoms and ED.
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A number of medical treatment options exist for erectile dysfunction including the following: Oral phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors (sildenafil [Viagra], vardenafil [Levitra and the generic formulation Staxyn], tadalafil [Cialis]), and avanafil [Stendra]) Intracavernosal injections (papaverine, phentolamine, and PGE1 [Trimix], Bimix, and alprostadil injection [Caverject, Edex]) Intraurethral suppositories (MUSE) Testosterone in individuals with ED and other signs/symptoms of hypogonadism and an unequivocally low serum testosterone
According to a survey taken by a hospital, about 5% of males that are more than 40 years of age have complete ED, and this percentage increases gradually up to 15 per cent when the age reaches 70. And not only Erectile Dysfunction but the risk of other sexual problems also increases as the age of a man increases.
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Currently, three pills (Viagra/sildenafil, Levitra/vardenafil, Cialis/tadalafil) are available and FDA-approved for erectile dysfunction. They are all called phosphodiesterase inhibitors, which means they act by blocking a chemical that stops erections.
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We prescribe sildenafil (generic Viagra) and tadalafil (generic Cialis). Sildenafil is prescribed in 25mg, 50mg, or 100mg doses and tadalafil is prescribed in 5mg, 10mg, and 20mg doses. Is anyone eligible to receive treatment? This service is only for men between the ages of 21 and 74Everyone has access to a free evaluation to determine if remote care to treat their ED could be a good fitThis service is available in the United States, except for Alaska, Hawaii, South Carolina, and Minnesota How much does it cost to get treated?