Vasodilators are medications that help relax blood vessels and improve blood flow. There are many kinds and form of vasodilator that treats ED effectively for many men. In the USA, alprostadil is the only currently available in an injectable form or urethral suppository. Injecting or inserting the drug directly into the penis can cause bleeding, bruising, and scarring. Therefore it may not be the treatment for all men.
In other countries, a topical cream of alprostadil for ED is available. Though this cream has not yet been approved by the FDA, users have reported that the cream helped improve erectile function with few side effects. In India, Vasodilators are available in the form of tablets that enter the bloodstream and widen blood vessels in the penis.
Traditional ED Treatments
Before prescribing treatment, your doctor would want to know your medical history and any underlying medical condition that may be causing your ED. If they are, they can usually be treated. If not, there is much medication that can help in treating ED directly.
Oral medications are helpful and easy to use for many people. These drugs include Sildenafil such as Cenforce and Fildena, Tadalafil such as Tadarise and Vidalista, and Vardenafil such as Vilitra. They work by acting on blood flow and the production of nitric oxide in the penile region.
Lifestyle Changes to Cure ED
Many medical options are available for treating ED, but simple lifestyle changes can also help in preventing and treating erectile dysfunction. In many cases, ED is the result of a combination of unhealthy habits and diets. An unhealthy diet, smoking, and alcohol overworking, and lack of exercise, use can all lead to erectile dysfunction.
These lifestyle changes may help improve erectile function:
- Quitting or refraining from smoking
- Decreasing the amount of alcohol you drink
- Eating a healthy diet rich in proteins
- Maintaining a healthy weight
- Getting regular exercise