Nightly Viagra for BPH

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vinnylid
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Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby vinnylid » Fri Aug 31, 2018 9:56 am

I have been reading some studies on using 50mg nightly Viagra for BPH, nocturnal erections and reducing nighttime urination. Has anyone here tried using nightly Viagra?
75 years old; Viagra, herbals and stimulants have all stopped working. Treating psoriatic arthritis and thyroid. Low testosterone-started HRT april 2018; using Trimix 30,3,50 Lafayette, Georgia usa

hoosierphilly
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Re: Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby hoosierphilly » Sat Sep 01, 2018 12:06 pm

I take daily cialis of 5mg. It helped, but not as much lately .

wgs743
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Re: Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby wgs743 » Sat Sep 01, 2018 1:23 pm

Cialis is approved by FDA for BPH. did not know that Viagra was.

vinnylid
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Re: Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby vinnylid » Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:36 pm

wgs743 wrote:Cialis is approved by FDA for BPH. did not know that Viagra was.

I have been using daily Cialis and can't say that is any benefit. Clinical studies have been conducted using 50 mg of viagra at bedtime with some improvements in symptom. I guess there are no active members on this site who have tried it. There appears to be enough clinical trials done to indicate that it is safe. I have some inexpensive generic viagra on hand and will give it a try to see if I see any benifit
75 years old; Viagra, herbals and stimulants have all stopped working. Treating psoriatic arthritis and thyroid. Low testosterone-started HRT april 2018; using Trimix 30,3,50 Lafayette, Georgia usa

60s_surfer
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Re: Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby 60s_surfer » Mon Sep 03, 2018 2:40 pm

I have used 25 mg of Viagra before bedtime for the past year or so. It helps somewhat with BPH-induced noctiuria but it is really not a cure. For me, 5 mg of Cialis works better for the BPH problem but it makes me tired so I gave up on it.
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.

vinnylid
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Re: Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby vinnylid » Mon Sep 03, 2018 3:56 pm

60s_surfer wrote:I have used 25 mg of Viagra before bedtime for the past year or so. It helps somewhat with BPH-induced noctiuria but it is really not a cure. For me, 5 mg of Cialis works better for the BPH problem but it makes me tired so I gave up on it.


On another subject, I have been using Wellbutrin for some months to help with my delayed ejaculation. It is Dopamine agonist. It prolongs the presence of Dopamine in your system and lowers the threshold of orgasm.
75 years old; Viagra, herbals and stimulants have all stopped working. Treating psoriatic arthritis and thyroid. Low testosterone-started HRT april 2018; using Trimix 30,3,50 Lafayette, Georgia usa

60s_surfer
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Re: Nightly Viagra for BPH

Postby 60s_surfer » Mon Sep 03, 2018 8:00 pm

I tried Wellbutrin early on but I could never find the correct dose. I would be hyper in the morning and then crash in the afternoon. To raise dopamine, I started using cabergoline in 2013. A dose of 1/8 mg per day is all I can stand; this helps some with delayed ejaculation but I still have problems. If I increase the dose, it is counterproductive because it makes me tired and that also impedes ejaculation. The tiredness problem is common with cabergoline. The WebMD comments section for cabergoline is filled with statement about this problem.
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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