Getting an erection is a complicated process. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into your penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in, which causes the sponge-like tissues of your penis to swell and harden. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of your brain that can trigger an erection.
Sexual activity can put an extra strain on your heart, especially if your heart is already weak from a heart attack or heart disease. Ask your doctor if your heart is healthy enough to handle the extra strain of having sex. .
Erectile dysfunction can be a sign of a more serious health problem, especially in middle-aged men.
These are not all the possible side effects of VIAGRA. For more information, ask your healthcare provider or pharmacist.
Other tests, if indicated, are normally arranged by the urology specialist clinic and will be discussed with you.
Your dosage will depend on your medical condition, your overall health, and other factors.
Normally, sexual stimulation causes nitrous oxide to be released into the corpus cavernosum, which increases the concentration of a signaling molecule known as cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP). An increase in cGMP levels leads to relaxation of vascular smooth muscles, dilation of blood vessels, and improved blood flow.
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This information provides a general overview and may not apply to everyone. Talk to your family doctor to find out if this information applies to you and to get more information on this subject.
Testosterone and Viagra when taken together do not produce any known reactions or serious complications. Taking testosterone can help treat men with low testosterone to improve sexual drive, but it cannot treat erectile dysfunction. Taking Viagra can help treat erectile dysfunction but does not improve sexual desire. Both testosterone and Viagra can be taken, but they both treat different problems.
In 2016, the FDA approved the first-ever generic version of Viagra to be manufactured and distributed by Teva, a Pennsylvania-based pharmaceutical company. The drugs entered the market in December 2017.
Pumpkin seeds are the rich source of polyunsaturated acids that stimulate the production of prostaglandins, hormone-like substances that play a vital role in sexual desire or libido. Zinc and magnesium are also present abundantly in pumpkin seeds which increase the levels of testosterone and hence improve the sexual function and erectile dysfunction.
Sildenafil users who started using the drug (Sildenafil) for <6 months before the data collection period.
A healthy diet also helps to maintain a healthy body weight, which is important because men who have a 42-inch waist are 50 percent more likely to have ED than men with a 32-inch waist. Also, obesity increases the risk for vascular disease and diabetes, two factors that contribute to ED.
Erectile dysfunction medications like Cialis and Viagra increase the effects of a chemical called nitric oxide to relax penile muscles responsible for erections. Relaxation of muscles allows blood to flow more freely into the penis. However, ED drugs won’t give men “instant” erections. Sexual stimulation is necessary to achieve an erection after taking ED medications.2
Impotence treatments were discussed in the oldest Chinese text, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, which describes traditional Chinese medicine during the time of the Yellow Emperor’s rule which ended around 2600 BC. One of the treatments for impotence discussed is a potion with 22 ingredients.4
The patient considering prosthesis implantation, should be aware of the different types of prosthesis, risks of infection and erosion, mechanical failure and resulting re-operations, differences from the normal flaccid and erect penis including the possibility of penile shortening, and the potential reduction in the effectiveness of other therapies if the device is subsequently removed.