How Can You Get Stronger Erections (without medication)?

Questions and AnswersCategory: Erection ProblemsHow Can You Get Stronger Erections (without medication)?
Bertie Weiner asked 6 months ago

Is there an effective product available without a prescription that includes a remedy for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation?

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Dr Kaufman Staff answered 6 months ago

Dear User, the official or generic phosphodiesterase inhibitors, as well as dapoxetine, the only pharmacological molecule recognized in the treatment of premature ejaculation, require a medical prescription that guarantees safety of the patient. Outside of this group of drugs, we are talking about food supplies, which are useful but not decisive. Avoid personal initiatives and follow the advice of the specialist.
What can be done, especially for mild erectile dysfunction, is to improve all those factors to corollary the problem: diabetes, depression, hypertension are widely related to this disorder. The presence of erectile dysfunction has been observed for many cases of male infarct events. It is therefore essential to prevent the latter by treating the other risk factors because erectile dysfunction can already be improved.
Some components have brought positive results in terms of sexual performance on humans such as Gingseng and L-arginine and have also brought some slight side effects. Some herbs well known for their aphrodisiac properties such as horny goat weed, on the other hand, do not have sufficient scientific studies that demonstrate efficacy, but have positive customer reviews. Such remedies are more supportive in their nature, improve the flow of blood in an insignificant way which however might be sufficient in case of mild ED.
If you suffer from hypertension or diabetes, you will most likely not have any beneficial effects from the supplement since the problem could be caused by the condition itself or by the medicine that is taken to treat it, even if in very low doses. In these cases it is highly recommended to speak with your doctor who will indicate suitable treatment.