New ed medications sound promising

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FMLFML85
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New ed medications sound promising

Postby FMLFML85 » Wed Mar 13, 2019 10:40 pm

lots of new advanced versions of PDE5 inhibitors. Also alot of new drugs work on various things like the central nervous system, neurotransmitters, nitric oxide receptors in penis, and much more. They are also working on new injectable medications. At the moment I am purchasing some 80mg taladfil tablets which have a extra ingreident (dapoxetine) which supossibly makes sex more enjoyable, and sextual toughts are better to. Heres a quot from the store i get it at "the effect of the medication is achieved through the inhibition of the serotonin transporter and subsequent enhancement of serotonin’s action at the post synaptic cleft". If you are interested in which store I use you can messaging me but I dont feel comfortable linking it here. They carry other oral ED meds to, many i have never heard of their active ingredients like Avanafil. If you want to check out the article I am referring to about new ED drugs, heres the link.

https://www.edrugstore.com/blog/erectil ... tion-drugs
33 years old, devorced. ED from abusing a penis pump. Pills having little effect, starting carverject theropudically june 13th

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Re: New ed medications sound promising

Postby 60s_surfer » Thu Mar 14, 2019 2:26 pm

The medications in the article sound interesting for the future. However, the new medication containing dapoxetine would be a disaster for those of us who suffer from delayed ejaculation. Dapoxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor; the SSRIs are notorious for inhibiting ejaculation or preventing it altogether.
71 years old in 2018; married 49 years. ED since 2001. PD5 inhibitors (Viagra, etc.) worked with increasing dosages until side effects got too bad by 2017. Now using Trimix injections. Delayed ejaculation has been a continuing problem since 2012.

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Re: New ed medications sound promising

Postby CTR5000 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 5:16 pm

60s_surfer wrote:the SSRIs are notorious for inhibiting ejaculation or preventing it altogether.


The opposite is (usually) true for SSRE's... less adverse effects on sexual functions and "can" be effective in men with depression and erectile dysfunction.
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Re: New ed medications sound promising

Postby FMLFML85 » Thu Mar 14, 2019 6:17 pm

In the begging of my ED journey, I would get erections from trazodone. My ED is non organic (doppler test showed this) or at least it used to be. I was having problems sleeping and with depression and got prescribed trazodone which is commonly given as a sleep aid. At this point viagra was allready becoming insufficient but the trazodone would give me a erection when I would relax before sleeping. This worked for a month then never happened again. I sometimes wonder what the true cause of my ED is, I also wonder if the rabbit hole of pills and shots has created a dependency and now my body chooses to rely on drugs instead natural processes (like bodys on ability to produce/utilize nitric oxide). Im guessing this article dosnt apply to us but if it is real it could indicate how ED can be all in your head and not even because of depression.

Here is the article, he claims meth use kick started his erections
https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/rebooti ... ng-reboot/
33 years old, devorced. ED from abusing a penis pump. Pills having little effect, starting carverject theropudically june 13th


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