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Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence or ED, is a condition where a man can’t get and/or maintain an erection, be it due to physical, emotional or environmental factors.
A study published by the Singapore Medical Journal revealed that among Singaporean men above the age of 30, about 1 in 2 of them have had ED at some point in their lives.
Despite its prevalence, many men still find it an embarrassing condition and one that they perhaps don’t want to talk about or delay getting treatment for. This can cause sexual and emotional frustration, especially since the cause is not always obvious.
The best treatment for erectile dysfunction (ED) is the one that is best for you.
All approved ED medications have been clinically tested and proven to be effective for treating ED, with some differences in:
How To Take It
Duration of Action
Take 1 pill on empty stomach 30 minutes before sex
Take 1 pill/film with or without food 30 minutes before sex
Take 1 pill/film daily with or without food
Take 1 pill with or without food 15 minutes before sex
Take 1 pill with or without food 30 minutes before sex. A high-fat meal might keep it from absorbing as quickly
Viagra and generic Viagra have the same active ingredient: sildenafil citrate. Both medications work similarly in the body and have similar side effects. However, they differ in price. Generic Viagra is cheaper than Viagra, but some men may prefer taking the branded version.
Cialis and generic Cialis have the same active ingredient: tadalafil. Both medications work similarly in the body and have similar side effects. However, they differ in terms of price. Generic Cialis is cheaper than Cialis, but some men may prefer taking the branded version.
No, erectile dysfunction (ED) medication will not automatically give you an erection. You still need to be sexually aroused or stimulated to achieve an erection — ED medication simply makes this process easier when the time is right.
Taking erectile dysfunction (ED) medication alone will not necessarily make you want to have sex. This is because ED medication doesn't directly affect your sex drive, or libido. That being said, having a stronger erection may make some men feel more confident—and this increased confidence may make men more willing and excited to engage in sex.