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Powerful Pills: FDA Approved Medications for Erectile Dysfunction

Part 2 of an exclusive 6-part AccessRX series

Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is a problem that many – if not most – men face at some time in their lives. In the first article in this series we discussed the signs and symptoms, as well as the possible causes, of ED. Now it’s time for a more detailed look at some of the many treatment options for men with ED. We’ll begin with the most obvious ones: the prescription drugs for ED. These days when most men think about ED treatments, the first that come to mind are the widely advertised medications such as Viagra, Cialis, Cialis for daily use, Levitra, or Staxyn. Stendra, a new product for erectile dysfunction, is set to hit the market in late 2012 or early 2013. These are the drugs currently approved by the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and they’re the ones we’ll be discussing here.

But first a couple of disclaimers. Since the FDA is a United States government agency, if you live somewhere else, some of the information in this article may not apply to you. Availability of medications and other treatments may vary from country to country, so always be sure to consult with a physician or other qualified health care practitioner in your area. In addition, research is an ongoing process, and in the future there will almost certainly be more medications (and other options) for the treatment of ED. So stay tuned to this blog for updated information. Meanwhile, the information in this article is current at the time of publication.

Now that we have the disclaimers out of the way, let’s take a hard look (so to speak) at some of those famous “boner pills” that everyone is talking about. First we’ll take a few moments to discuss how these pills work. Try to stay awake, and don’t worry, there won’t be a test afterward.

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Bill to Regulate Mens Erectile Dysfunction

by haikuwhore

Wake up CL Cons and Trolls, this applies to you and your frustrated wives....
OH Bill Would Require Men Submit Affidavit From Sex Partner Confirming Impotence B4 Receiving Viagra
An Ohio State Senator is turning the tables on men seeking to regualate women’s access to reproductive health. Sen. Nina Turner (D-Cleveland) has introduced legislation regulating men’s access to erectile dysfunction drugs. The Dayton Daily News has the details:
Before getting a prescription for Viagra or other erectile dysfunction drugs, men would have to see a sex therapist, receive a cardiac stress...


by MsPribyla

The idea, I think, was that MV wasn't going to pity his erectile dysfunction and go out of her way to find him ways to reduce the cost, because it's not as if they're cancer drugs. If he can't afford them, then tough shit. this isn't a communist nation.
Well. The communist nation part was probably not what MV was getting at. That's all me, baby. LOL.
OP did strike me as a bit of a bitchypants. Wah wah I have to go to the doctor to get my prescription medication. And then to top it all off, I have to PAY for it. Ain't that a bitch? Tell me there's another way, kinky people!

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