ED (Erectile Dysfunction) Injections
Statistics show that in the United States alone, more than 18 million men are affected by erectile dysfunction. While most of these men are over 40 years of age, the younger ones can be afflicted by the condition as well. There are cases wherein ED is a side effect of an illness. Men who have high blood pressure, diabetes, decreased levels of testosterone, an enlarged prostate or a variety of other health conditions could suffer from the condition as well. Prostate surgery, at times, can lead to ED because of extensive nerve damage and other kinds of trauma sustained by the body during the operation. Regardless of the cause of your erectile dysfunction, however, there are several ways in which it can be effectively treated.
While oral ED treatments can successfully cure erectile dysfunction in some men, this is not the case for all. In fact, these forms of treatment can even be considered as high-risk medications because of the dangerous side effects that sometimes result from their administration. In these instances, compounded medication can be an effective treatment for ED.
Injectable medications such as Alprostadil or Prostaglandin E1, Atropine, Phentolamine, Papaverine, Chlorpromazine, and/or Forskolin are either used individually or as part of a combination to treat ED. While being administered an injectable ED medication can seem frightening or even painful, it actually involves very little discomfort and, not to mention, is an easy and effective way to remedy erectile dysfunction.
Please consult with our pharmacists regarding this particular service. You may call us at 305-570-1933.