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ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to attain and maintain an erection enough to have satisfactory sexual performance for ≥3 months.

It is when the patient complains of partial erection that could not attain vaginal penetration.

Complete loss of penile rigidity is uncommon.

Initial penile erections can penetrate but early detumescence occurs without ejaculation.

Drug Information

Dosage: Erectile dysfunction of neurogenic etiology Starting dose: 1.25 mcg, 2nd dose: 2.5 mcg. Additional increments

Indication: Erectile dysfunction. 5 mg: Symptomatic treatment of BPH.

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Sustanon 250
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