Erectile Dysfunction (ED) Medication
Since about half of men over the age of 40 have erectile dysfunction (ED) to some degree, many individuals are turning to erectile dysfunction medications for relief. The challenge is choosing the right medication for their needs.
Sildenafil (Viagra) is often the first drug your doctor prescribes for your need. It has been on the market longest and its side effects are well known. However, the main challenge to finding the most suitable ED drug for you may turn out to be health insurance rules—not biochemistry..
This can be a dangerous path as many ED medications available on the market today are not FDA approved. Furthermore, some are even manufactured outside the U.S. in countries where they do not abide by any quality standards. You pay be able to purchase ED medications from abroad for as little as 25 cents a pill, but the question is, is it worth your health? Why risk putting an unknown pill into your body just to save a few dollars? On the flip side of the coin, your emergency room visit would cost you a lot more.
We strongly recommend seeking out only FDA approved ED medications from a licensed pharmacy.
In addition to Viagra, other ED drugs are becoming increasingly available in the United States. The market is now flooded with these ED meds and many individuals are aiming for price rather than quality.