1Before taking any medications, including over-the-counter supplements and herbal remedies, check with your doctor to help you make the right choice. Pills for impotence may not work immediately. It may take time to find the right dosage. Medication may be less effective in certain conditions, such as after prostate surgery or diabetes.2Possible side effects include facial flushing, nasal congestion, headache, blurred vision, back pain, and upset stomach. Some erectile dysfunction medications can be dangerous if you:3Are taking nitrate medications commonly prescribed for chest pain (angina), such as Nitroglycerin, Isosorbide Mononitrate, and Isosorbide Dinitrate Have heart disease or heart failure Have low blood pressure (hypotension)
If there is no effect from stimulating pills, prescribe urethral suppositories or injections with vasodilators For each injection, an individual dosage is selected to induce an erection lasting no more than an hour. Since the needle used is very thin, there is little pain at the injection site. You can do the injections yourself.Alprostadil. Injection with a thin needle into the base or penis. In some cases, a combination of papaverine, alprostadil, and phentolamine. These combination drugs are known as bimix (if two drugs are included) or trimix (if three are included). Side effects: Light bleeding at the injection site, prolonged erection (priapism) and, rarely, the formation of fibrous tissue at the injection site.
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