Erectile Dysfunction (ED)The most common sexual dysfunction reported to doctors.. We are here to help!
It’s estimated that erectile dysfunction (ED) affects more than 18 million men in the United States alone.1
The majority of those men are over 40 years old, but it can strike no matter what your age. Sometimes ED is an unfortunate side effect of a disease. For instance, men who have diabetes, decreased testosterone levels, high blood pressure, an enlarged prostate, or some other health conditions may get ED. Often times after prostate surgery men experience ED due to nerve damage or other trauma to the male body.2 Sometimes smoking, alcohol use, or certain medications can all cause ED. It can even be the result of everyday pressures such as stress, anxiety, or just nervousness.3 Fortunately, no matter what the cause, Erectile Dysfunction can be successfully treated.4
While some men respond well to oral ED treatments such as Viagra or Cialis, others do not respond to these treatments or have uncomfortable or even dangerous side effects to these medications.5 In those cases custom compounded medications can often be used successfully to treat ED.6
The injectable medications Papaverine, Phentolamine, Alprostadil (Prostaglandin E1), and/or Atropine are used individually or in combination. While an injectable ED medication may sound intimidating or even painful, the truth is, the treatment involves very little discomfort and is an easy and very effective way to treat ED.7
Common Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
- Alcohol use
- Illegal drugs
- Being overweight
- Lack of exercise
- High blood pressure
- Heart and blood vessel disease
- Chronic kidney disease
- Prostate cancer
- Prostate enlargement
- Prostate surgery
- Injury to penis, prostate, bladder, pelvis, or spinal cord
- Bladder surgery
- Peyronie’s disease
- Fear of sexual failure
- Low self-esteem
Treatment Options (Oral Tablets / Capsules / ODTs)
- Viagra Brand
- Sildenafil SR Generic capsule
- Sildenafil Generic ODT (oral dissolving tablet)
- Cialis Brand
- Tadalafil SR Generic capsule
- Tadalafil Generic ODT
- Levitra Brand
- Vardenafil ODT
Our performance and climax enhancement option is Oxytocin ODT.
Treatment Options (Injectables)
Papaverine HCl 30mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 1mg/mL.
Papaverine HCl 30mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 2mg/mL.
Papaverine HCl 30mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 1mg/mL, Prostaglandin E1 10mcg/mL.
Papaverine HCl 30mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 2mg/mL, Prostaglandin E1 20mcg/mL.
Papaverine HCl 30mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 2mg/mL, Prostaglandin E1 20mcg/mL, Atropine Sulfate 200mcg/mL.
Papaverine HCl 30mg/mL, Phentolamine Mesylate 4mg/mL, Prostaglandin E1 40mcg/mL, Atropine Sulfate 400mcg/mL.
- Phenylephrine HCl Injection – Rescue Vasoconstrictor.
2. UCLA. Department of Urology. Dealing with Erectile Dysfunction During and After Prostate Cancer Treatment. 10 Jun. 2009.
3. Shamloul R, Ghanem H. Erectile dysfunction. Lancet 2013;381:153-65.
4. Montague DK, Jarow JP, Broderick GA, et al. Chapter 1: The management of erectile dysfunction: an AUA update. J Urol 2005;174:230-9.
5. Sadeghi-Nejad H, Lim H, Long K, Gilhooly P. Assessment of the efficacy of Viagra (sildenafil citrate) using the Erectile Dysfunction Inventory of Treatment Satisfaction (EDITS). Urol Int. 2003;71(1):100-2.
6. McCullough AR, Barada JH, Fawzy A, Guay AT, Hatzichristou D. Achieving treatment optimization with sildenafil citrate (Viagra) in patients with erectile dysfunction. Urology. 2002 Sep;60(2 Suppl 2):28-38.
7. Baniel J, Isarailov S, Engelstein D, Shmueli J, Segenreich E, Livne PM. Three-year outcome of a progressive treatment program for erectile dysfunction with intracavernous injections of vasoactive drugs. Urology 2000 Oct 1;56(4):647-52