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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Meds
What is erectile dysfunction (ED)?
Erectile dysfunction, ED for short is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection. Though it can be challenging to talk about, erectile dysfunction is a common problem that affects men of all ages but is more common in men over the age of 40. ED affects about 30 million men in the United States.
There are many possible causes of ED, including psychological factors such as stress and anxiety.
In some cases, erectile dysfunction may be a symptom of an underlying medical condition. However, erectile dysfunction can also be a standalone condition. Many treatment options are available for erectile dysfunction, including medication, lifestyle changes, and surgery. With the help of DrHouse, you can figure out which treatment option is right for you.
What causes ED?
The causes of ED can be physical, psychological, or a combination of both. In some cases, erectile dysfunction may be a symptom of an underlying medical condition. However, erectile dysfunction can also be a standalone condition.
Physical causes of ED include heart disease, diabetes, blood vessel disease, different medication, and obesity. Psychological causes include stress, anxiety, and depression.
Can ED be treated?
Yes, erectile dysfunction can be treated. Many treatment options are available for erectile dysfunction, including medication, lifestyle changes, and surgery. With the help of DrHouse, you can figure out which treatment option is right for you.
Can ED medication help?
Yes, erectile dysfunction medication can help. There are many different medications available for erectile dysfunction, including Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra.
How does ED medication work?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) medication works by improving blood flow to the penis. This allows men to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse.
Common ED medication
There are a number of effective medications used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). The most common ED medications include:
- Sildenafil (Viagra): Viagra is the most well-known ED medication, and for good reason. It is effective for many men and has few side effects. Viagra works by increasing blood flow to the penis, making it easier to achieve and maintain an erection.
- Tadalafil (Cialis): Cialis is another popular ED medication. Like Viagra, it increases blood flow to the penis and helps men achieve and maintain an erection. However, Cialis can be taken daily, allowing men to be ready for sexual activity at any time.
- Vardenafil (Levitra): Levitra is similar to Viagra and Cialis in terms of how it works and its efficacy. However, Levitra may work more quickly than other ED medications.
What are the common side effects of ED meds?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) medication can be effective in treating the symptoms of ED. However, like all medications, they can also cause side effects.
The most common side effects of ED medication include headache, flushing, indigestion, and nasal congestion. These side effects are typically mild and resolve on their own.
More serious side effects are rare but can include sudden hearing loss or vision loss. If you experience any of these side effects, stop taking the medication and seek medical help immediately.
How can DrHouse help you treat ED?
If you’re experiencing erectile dysfunction (ED), DrHouse can help. Our online clinicians can work with you to identify the root cause of your ED and recommend treatment options and even prescribe ED meds online that can help improve your sexual health.
All you need to do is download our telehealth app, choose a plan, start an on-demand visit and you will see a doctor within just a few minutes. We’ll help you get the care and treatment you need to improve your sexual health and quality of life.
Frequently asked questions
Can I get an ED prescription online?
Yes, you can get an ED prescription online from a licensed physician. With DrHouse, you can consult with a doctor from the comfort of your own home and get treated for erectile dysfunction online.
Can you get ED medication without seeing a doctor?
No, you cannot get ED medication without seeing a doctor. ED medications require a prescription from a licensed healthcare provider in order for them to be dispensed. Without a prescription, you will not be able to get ED medication. But you can get an online prescription for your erectile dysfunction meds from an online clinician without having to see a physical doctor.
Are there over-the-counter ED meds?
Although you might see ads for over-the-counter ED medications, there are currently no FDA-approved OTC treatments for erectile dysfunction. The only way to get ED medication is with a prescription from a doctor.
Can you buy erectile dysfunction medication online?
The simple answer is yes. You can purchase erectile dysfunction medication online from a virtual pharmacy. But you will still need a prescription from your doctor first in order to do so.
What is the fastest way to cure erectile dysfunction?
The fastest way to cure erectile dysfunction is to see a doctor and get treated. Depending on the cause of your ED, you may be able to take medication or make lifestyle changes that will help improve your symptoms.
What is the safest ED medication?
All of the ED medications available today are safe for most men. However, as with all medications, there is a small risk of side effects. If you experience any serious side effects from your medication, stop taking it and seek medical help immediately.
What is the best medication for ED?
There is no one “best” medication for ED. The best ED medication for you will depend on your individual medical history and the severity of your symptoms.
What is the strongest medicine for ED?
There are a number of different medicines that can be used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). The strongest medicine for ED is typically tadalafil, which is sold under the brand name Cialis. Tadalafil is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor, which means it works by preventing the breakdown of cGMP, a molecule that is involved in erections. Tadalafil has a fairly long half-life, meaning it remains active in the body for up to 36 hours.
Can online doctors prescribe ED medication?
Yes, online doctors can prescribe ED medication. With DrHouse, you can consult with a doctor from the comfort of your own home and get treated for erectile dysfunction online.
Do ED pills work immediately?
No, ED pills do not work immediately. There is no set time for how long it takes ED pills to work. Some men report that they see results within a few minutes, while others say it takes up to an hour. If you don’t see results within that time frame, it doesn’t mean the medication isn’t working. Sometimes it may take a few tries before you find the right dose or medication that works for you.