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Hard Times Ahead: Future Erectile Dysfunction Drugs

Researchers continue in their quest for even better drugs for Erectile Dysfunction (ED).Part 3 of an exclusive 6-part AccessRX series

There’s a lot of promising research going on in the area of Erectile Dysfunction, or ED. Men with ED already have numerous treatment options, and in the previous post in this series, we discussed the prescription ED pills that are currently approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). We focused on Viagra (sildenafil), Cialis and Cialis for daily use (tadalafil), and Levitra and Staxyn (vardenafil).New PDE5 inhibitors for ED are currently being tested. These are all in a class of drugs known as PDE5 inhibitors, which work by blocking an enzyme (PDE5) that interferes with the processes necessary for an erection. These drugs are well tested and widely prescribed, and are considered a first-line treatment for ED.

But no drug is perfect. There are some patients who do not respond well to these particular PDE5 inhibitors, or for whom they are not recommended for various reasons. That’s why research is ongoing to develop even better and safer alternatives.

Not all of the current ED research is focused on pharmacological solutions, and we’ll be discussing some non-drug treatments and research in future articles. In this post, though, we’re going to look at some of the medications (as well as a couple of substances that could eventually be incorporated into medications) that have shown promise in research. Some are in various stages of clinical trials, a necessary step on the road to approval by the FDA. Some are already available in other countries besides the US.

Since research and the quest for FDA approval are ongoing, this information is subject to change, but it is as current as possible at the time of publication of this article. So let’s take a peek at some ED treatments that may be coming soon to a pharmacy near you.

Newer PDE5 inhibitors

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New erectile dysfunction drugs pass QT tests: not clinically relevant.(Rx): An article from: Internal Medicine News
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by MoodIndigo

Who is sleeping with this ...thing?
Sex...Rush Limbaugh... the mental image is horrifying:
Limbaugh detained at Palm Beach airport Tue Jun 27, 4:26 AM ET
Rush Limbaugh was detained for more than three hours Monday at Palm Beach International Airport after authorities said they found a bottle of Viagra in his possession without a prescription.
Customs officials found a prescription bottle labeled as Viagra in his luggage that didn't have Limbaugh's name on it, but that of two doctors, said Paul Miller, spokesman for the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
A doctor had prescribed the drug, but it was "labeled as being issued to the physician rather than Mr

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