What are the best medications to cure ED

If you think you've got ED, talking to your doctor is a good first step. The treatment you need depends on what causes it.

You may find that simple changes in lifestyle will help, such as weight loss, drinking less alcohol, or smoking cessation.

If your ED is triggered by a medicine, your doctor might lower your dosage or try an entirely different drug.

Other Erectile dysfunction treatments are also available. We include the following:

· Counseling

· Surgery

· Pumps

· Medications

Drugs Used to Treat Erectile Dysfunction

Many types of drugs are used in the treatment of ED. Each drug works differently, but by stimulating blood flow to the penis, they all improve sexual activity.

A group known as phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE5) inhibitors are the most common ED drugs. They block some function of the enzyme that leads to ED.

If you have certain health problems, taking ED medications may not be safe for you. For example, your heart may not be healthy enough for sex if you have heart disease.

Make sure you tell the doctor about all the health problems that you have and the medications that you are taking. Such information can help your doctor determine which medication is best for you.


Alprostadil (Edex, Caverject, MUSE) comes as a solution for injection and as a suppository for the penis.

5 to 20 minutes before having sex, you must inject the solution directly into your penis. You can use it up to three times a week as necessary. You will allow pausing between injections for at least 24 hours.

The suppository should be given 5 to 10 minutes before sex with MUSE (or Medicated Urethral System for Erections). In a 24-hour cycle, it should not be used more than twice.

The most common side effects of this drug include penile and testicular pain, as well as urethra burning.


Sildenafil (Cenforce) is an inhibitor of PDE5 as well. Viagra can only be used as an oral injection. Only once a day, about 30 minutes to an hour before sex, can you take it.

The more common side effects of this drug include:

· flushing

· stuffy or runny nose

· upset stomach

· back pain

· muscle aches

· headache

· vision changes


Tadalafil (Tadalista) is an oral medication that increases your body's blood flow. You are taking this inhibitor of PDE5 about 30 minutes before sexual activity, no more than once a day. It can take up to 36 hours to work.

The more common side effects of this drug include:

· stuffy or runny nose

· flushing

· upset stomach

· pain in the limbs

· headache

· back pain

Before you take ED medications

Not everybody with ED has to take medicine. See your primary care doctor if you believe you have an ED. They will send you a physical examination and ask for certain samples of the laboratory as well as a complete medical and psychosocial history.

You may also be directed to a mental health professional who can help you manage your ED-related performance anxiety or relationship issues.

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