Jan
14th

Erection problem help

  • 7:00 pm, Sunday, January 14th, 2007

If you have erection problems, the next question after how to get an erection is how to find erection problems help. Let’s see what options are available. Personally, I feel that in most cases of psychologically-induced ED, the best erection help is trying erection oils.

Oral drugs which induce erection have revolutionised the treatment of ED over the last seven years. They don’t work for everybody, but they do work for the majority – even in diabetes. They can also help people with neurological and spinal problems. Also, the choice of available drugs means that if one particular drug doesn’t suit you, it’s well worth trying one of the others. It is not safe for some people to use these drugs and some medications interact dangerously with them. Therefore, before going on any of these pills you should always see a doctor, talk things over with him, and have a physical check-up. Do not buy erection drugs by mail-order, or from chaps you meet in pubs!

The most known erection drug is Viagra. In most men, works within an hour. Effect lasts for about four hours. Easily blocked by food in the stomach. The most common side-effects are headache, visual disturbances, blocked nose, flushed face, indigestion, palpitations – and dizziness after getting out of bed too quickly! Blue vision occurs at higher doses. Viagra is very dangerous with certain heart drugs. Interacts with many medications. Do not drink grapefruit juice on day of use. Viagra’s counterparts: Cialis and Levitra. There are also known side effects.

It’s also possible to give erection-inducing agents by injections into the penis and pellets inserted down the urinary pipe. These methods have become less popular since the increasing availability of oral drugs, but they suit a minority of men. You have to be quite brave to give yourself a jab in the penis. For details of side-effects, consult your GP.

Mechanical aids. A vacuum pump is a cylinder which you put over your penis. You then pump out the air. That should ‘suck’ your penis into an erection – which, however, tends to be a bit cold and blue-looking.

Surgery. In the 1990s there was great hope that surgery would cure a lot of men who had ED. Unfortunately, it hasn’t worked out like that, and it is fairly rare to see a man whose erection problems have been put right by a surgical operation.

Finally, erection oils. Erection oils are designed to penetrate the deepest layers of the penile tissue and testicles instantaneously, and give noticeable results within 30 – 90 seconds. Because the absorption is direct to the genitals using the transdermal method, 95% of the beneficial ingredients are absorbed, compared to approx 5 to 10% with an herbal capsule or tablet.

Erectile dysfunction is usually treatable these days. The most effective and safe method to get an erection help is using erection oils.