Saturday, July 11, 2020

Generic Erectile Dysfunction Drug Prices Drop During Coronavirus Crisis

As the coronavirus pandemic has been affecting the U.S. healthcare system, prices of generic erectile dysfunction drugs fell between July 2019 and January 2020. The prices of generic sildenafil, generic tadalafil, and generic vardenafil decreased, but the prices of brand Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis increased.

Erectile Dysfunction Bill Passed by Minnesota Senators Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Minnesota Senators have passed a bill that will authorize doctors to give prescriptions for erectile dysfunction drugs through online consultations. The bill is aimed at veterans who suffer from erectile dysfunction due to PTSD.

Sexual Health Product Found To Be Tainted With Undeclared Tadalafil

The Ministry of Health announced that a health product called Evo-7 Japan Sachet has been found to be tainted with prescription drug tadalafil, which is sold under the brand name Cialis for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, or male impotence.

Global Vardenafil Market Report, Growth Prospects and Forecast

Global Vardenafil Market Report offers an in-depth analysis of market growth, size, share, strategies, evaluation, and forecast. Vardenafil is one of the FDA-approved drugs advised for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It is sold under the brand name Levitra.

Placebo Effect More Pronounced In Men with Psychological ED than Viagra or Cialis

“The placebo response seems largely more important when the cause of [erectile dysfunction] is mainly due to psychogenic factors, as in post-traumatic stress disorder.”

Man Delivers Viagra and Other Stuff during Lockdown in Sao Paulo

Like other nations, Brazil is under lockdown due to the coronavirus. However, a bike deliveryman, named Erick Thiago, has been delivering essential products to the neighborhood without any fear. He has even delivered erectile dysfunction drug Viagra to one customer.

Sexual Enhancement Products Recalled For Containing Sildenafil and Tadalafil

The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has issued a warning letter to the developers of three sexual enhancement products after they were found to be tainted with erectile dysfunction drugs such as sildenafil, tadalafil, and desmethyl carbodenafil.