Monday, June 24, 2024

What is Liquid Tadalafil? Is it Available in US?

Liquid tadalafil is a better option for those who have trouble swallowing hard pills. However, in the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved liquid tadalafil. The drug is available only in the form of tablets. Liquid tadalafil is available in other countries.

Kenyan Surgeon Successfully Implants Penile Prosthesis Device to Treat Erectile Dysfunction

For the first time in Kenya, Dr. Ahmed Yousef, a urologist and surgeon at Aga Khan University Hospital, has successfully performed penile implant surgery in a man in his 40s to treat erectile dysfunction (ED). The surgeon said the man could have also been treated for premature ejaculation (PE).

Does Generic Viagra Raise Blood Pressure?

Generic Viagra (sildenafil) generally does not raise your blood pressure but it does have some effect on your blood pressure. Studies have found that the drug slightly reduces blood pressure, which is why men who take alpha-blockers, which also reduce blood pressure, are not advised to take Generic Viagra.

FDA Approves First Long-Acting Injectable PrEP HIV Medication

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the use of the first long-acting injectable HIV medication called Apretude for pre-exposure prevention (PrEP). The new drug is an injectable given every two months instead of daily oral HIV prevention pills, such as Truvada and Descovy.

Canada Bans “Despicable and Degrading Practice” Of Conversion Therapy

Canada has announced a ban on conversion therapy, a despicable and degrading practice that attempts to change a person’s sexual orientation and gender identity. Germany, Brazil, Malta, Ecuador, and the US are other nations that have already banned conversion therapy.

MJCSM Continues To Work on Improving Quality of Sexual Medicine

A Multidisciplinary Joint Committee for Sexual Medicine (MJCSM) sets biannual exams to award the qualification of Sexual Medicine to medical doctors from several specialties. Sexual Medicine gained momentum after the approval of Viagra, the first recognized oral ED drug, in 1998.

Why Doesn’t Viagra Work For Everyone? Check What Experts Have To Say

Viagra is one of the blockbuster erectile dysfunction drugs. Most men do experience its effect and have satisfactory results, but some men fail to have so, probably due to dosage or underlying health conditions. Viagra may also not work in those who have serious vascular or neurological conditions.