Here are 5 effective and popular ways to treat Erectile Dysfunction
The number of men diagnosed with erectile dysfunction has skyrocketed in recent years. Fortunately, the number of treatment options has improved too. Today, aside from pills like Viagra, Cenforce, Vidalista, and Kamagra, there are surgical, therapeutic, even do-it-yourself treatments that can bring back an erect penis. Some have even developed hoax treatments that don’t work.
Cenforce, Vidalista, and Kamagra Tablets
For many of the men affected by erectile dysfunction, ED pills like Cenforce, Vidalista, and Kamagra are the first line of ED treatment and are effective in 80 percent of men. These drugs, called phosphodiesterase-5 inhibitors, are approv by the FDA and work by increasing blood flow to the penile region, allowing an erection. Make sure to consult a doctor before taking these pills as they can cause serious side effects.
Alprostadil is an FDA-approv erectile dysfunction drug that can be injected directly into the penis to trigger an automatic erection. Possible side effects include a burning sensation and priapism, which requires medical treatment.
For men who are unwilling or unable to self-inject alprostadil. The FDA has approv this dissolvable pellet that can be inserted directly into the urethra, the opening of the penis. MUSE stands for Medicated Urethral System for Erection, which will help trigger an erection in about 10 minutes that may last as long as an hour.
The vacuum pump method is another common choice among men with erectile dysfunction. To create an erection, you place a plastic cylinder over the penis and pump the air out of the cylinder to force blood to flow into the penis. An elastic ring that you slide onto the base of your penis holds the erection. This ED treatment device is effective for about 75 percent of men.
Some herbal supplements are market as sexual enhancers. And some men have been tempt to try them to treat ED. Don’t endanger your health by taking an unknown supplement to treat erectile dysfunction without first consulting a doctor.
The Future of ED Treatment
The new generation treatment for erectile dysfunction will probably be improvements in some ED drugs such as Vidalista or Tadalista already being use. Newer versions of phosphodiesterase inhibitors that last even longer and cause fewer side effect are being develop.