Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Potency problems – all you need to know


Impotence, also called erectile dysfunction or ED is the incapability to get or maintain an erection that is hard enough to have love. Many men are affected by this, which can lead to low self-esteem and problems in the relationship. Fortunately, some tips and remedies can help.

Fildena without a prescription can now be bought in pharmacies.

Men over the age of 18 can buy Fildena 100 without a prescription for their use in pharmacies. You do not need a prescription from a doctor, but you will receive guidance from a pharmacist before you are given the medicine to ensure safe use.

Causes of potency problems

There are many different causes why some men get potency problems. Often, the explanation is complicated; in other words, you have several factors that can make it difficult to get an erection. Factors that can increase the risk of erection problems are Stress, smoking and snuff, low activity level/overweight, high alcohol consumption, and the use of doping substances.

Some diseases can cause erectile dysfunction, including diseases that affect blood vessels and blood supply, hormonal disorders, and diseases that lead to changes in the nervous system. Examples are high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, decreased testosterone secretion, and metabolic diseases. Potency problems can also occur after a prostate operation or can be due to depression or fatigue.

Some types of medicines can cause potency problems, including antihypertensive medication, antidepressants and antiepileptic drugs.

The occurrence of potency problems

Men become more prone to developing erectile dysfunction as they get older. Studies have shown that 5% of 40-year-olds live with the condition, while the corresponding figures for 50-year-olds and men over 65 are 10% and 20-25%, respectively. It is estimated that 30-50% of men with diabetes have erection problems.

Symptoms of potency problems

Erection problems are defined as the inability to get or maintain an erection that is hard enough to have love. Stress and other factors can lead to not getting an erection, so it is not necessarily the case that you have problems every time. It is only when it happens every four times or more often when having love that it is considered a medical problem.

When should you contact a doctor?

Suppose you experience potency problems often, even though you are aroused and want sex. The condition can be due to a disease that needs treatment or be caused by drugs.

Disease course in case of potency problems

Some potency problems will come suddenly, often connected with important events in life or mental issues. It can still be a good quality of self-stimulated erection or morning erection. Such factors may indicate that the erection problems have a psychological cause.

For others, the potency problems creep in and develop gradually over time. Such processes may indicate that there are physical causes behind it. Diseases such as diabetes, neurological disorders, and cardiovascular disease can be possible explanations.

Preventive advice against potency problems

·         Stressless in everyday life.

·         Blunt smoke. Smokers have more frequent potency problems than non-smokers.

·         Have a varied and healthy diet.

·         Exercise regularly.

·         Lose weight.

·         Be moderate with alcohol.

·         Avoid using drugs.

Treatment of impotence

Drug treatment is standard in impotence use Fildena 120. The most commonly used are phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors and prostaglandin E 1.

Phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE5 inhibitors)

PDE5 inhibitors work by helping the blood vessels in the penis to expand so that blood can flow to the penis when sexually stimulated. Examples of drugs of this type are Viagra like Fildena 150 or vigora 100 Over-the-counter / Viagra / Sildenafil (containing sildenafil) and Cialis (containing Tadalafil). PDE5 inhibitors are often the first choice for erectile dysfunction. The drug is taken 30-60 minutes before the expected intercourse, and the effect lasts a total of 4-36 hours (depending on which preparation you use). To get an erection, one must be sexually stimulated (aroused).

The most common side effects are headache, redness, and discomfort in the upper abdomen, nasal congestion, and dizziness. A few may experience visual disturbances. PDE5 inhibitors must not be used with nitro-preparations and should be used with caution in heart patients. More than one dose daily is not recommended.


Alprostadil is prostaglandin E 1 (PGE1) and works by dilating the blood vessels so that the blood can flow more easily into the penis. Alprostadil can be injected directly into the root of the penis or on the side (Caverject) or inserted into the urethral opening (Bondil). These medicines are an alternative if PDE5 inhibitors in tablet form cannot be used or do not work. Sexual stimulation is not necessary to get an erection. It is imperative that you read the package leaflet carefully and that you contact a doctor if you experience that the erection does not disappear within 4 hours.


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