Which ED drug is best for impotence (a form of erectile dysfunction)?
In this article, we'll cover some of the basics about impotence and the role of ED drugs in the treatment of impotence. Among the three main erectile dysfunction drugs, Viagra, Cialis and Levitra, we will consider Viagra for Levitra.
Impotence: facts and statistics
Impotence, known as male erectile dysfunction, affects young and older men, more than 150 million men worldwide. In fact, one in ten men over the age of 21 suffer from erectile dysfunction for various reasons. Impotence is a form of erectile dysfunction and can be the result of low testosterone levels, diabetes, arteriosclerosis, surgery for prostate cancer, multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's disease. There are also drugs related to impotence such as marijuana, heroin, cocaine, and prescription ulcer drugs such as cimetidine (Tagamet), hypertension drugs such as beta blockers, and diuretics. Smoking and alcoholism also inhibit sexual performance. Nicotine in cigarettes can make impotence worse by blocking important arteries, which affects blood flow to the male genitals. Often, more than one factor is involved in impotence. In general, anything that can affect blood flow to the penis can cause impotence. Stress, fear and loss of self-esteem occur when impotence is not treated. A number of very effective treatments are now available to solve the problem of impotence. Oral medications like Viagra, Levitra and Cialis have revolutionized the treatment of impotence in men. Let's compare two of them, Viagra and Levitra.
What are the similarities and differences between Viagra and Levitra?
Viagra versus Levitra
1. Viagra and Levitra both cause erections by increasing blood flow to the male genitals so that a man gets an erection when he is sexually stimulated. 2. Viagra and Levitra are both approved by the FDA for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. Viagra was approved on March 27, 1998 and Levitra was launched in Australia in early 2003 and approved by the FDA in Australia in late 2003. 3. Viagra and Levitra are both in pill form, can be taken orally and do not require invasive medical procedures.
1. Levitra helps maintain an erection a little longer than Viagra. Both start to work after about 30 to 60 minutes. Levitra lasts about 5 hours, unlike Viagra, which lasts about 4 hours. 2. Levitra has been shown to be effective in men who have had severe long-term impotence and who have not responded to Viagra in an obvious manner. 3. You have to wait 2 hours after a meal to use Viagra, and you have to wait at least 3 hours after eating a meal before taking Levitra, as a litter or a fatty meal can slow the effectiveness of Levitra. What must I consider before taking Viagra or Levitra?
1. You should not take Viagra or Levitra if you are going to have surgery, including dental surgery. 2. You should not take these medicines if you are taking nitroglycerin or a long-acting nitrate to treat chest pain, or if you have had a heart attack, stroke, or irregular heartbeat in the past 6 months. 3. You should not take Viagra or Levitra if you have uncontrolled hypertension or hypertension or prostate problems. These drugs can cause dangerously low blood pressure and even a heart attack. 4. You should not take Viagra or Levitra if you have liver or kidney problems, or blood problems. 5. You should not take more or less of these medicines than your doctor has told you to. 6. You should not take these medications more than once a day. Research from Pfizer, the manufacturer of Viagra, has shown that erections in men with impotence improved by 78%.warning
The information in this article contains useful health information. This information may not be complete and may not cover all illnesses, physical complaints, or treatments. This information is not advice or medical treatment. This information should not be used in lieu of a medical professional consultation that should be consulted before a treatment decision is made or treatment is not requested.
This article only contains general information. Not all uses, actions, precautions, side effects or possible interactions of the mentioned drugs are recorded. The information is not intended to provide medical advice on individual problems or to assess the risks and benefits of taking a particular drug. The attending physician must determine the dosages and the best treatment for the patient based on the patient's experience and knowledge.
Treatment of erectile dysfunction - penis exercises that increase hardness
Since the introduction of Viagra-like drugs, men have managed to resume their sex lives. Now we have to synchronize our intimate moments accordingly (which usually ruins the mood). We cannot have a drink as this would completely nullify the effects. And worse, we have to pay a fortune.
What if I told you there was a natural solution to your mild erectile dysfunction?
I am talking about exercises that increase your strength almost instantly and allow you to keep longer and longer (like in your youth). These penis exercises have been known for generations, but have been somewhat lost because a pill was available to replace them. I'm talking about erection exercises or kegal exercises, of course.
The Kegal or PC muscle is the same muscle that you stop urinating with. By strengthening this with 6-minute exercises a day, you also increase the strength of your erection and the time you can endure having sex.
They are carried out by pressing this muscle (wherever you are) and loosening it. By extending the shelf life, you strengthen the PC muscle as well as your arm or leg muscles.
The important side effect is that your libido or libido increases over time.
I am a 40 year old Type I diabetic who has had a weakening of my erections. When I started doing these exercises, it was as if my wife and I had found a new sexual position. The excitement is at this level.