Grindele, Brian C. HS M2A2

Grindele, Brian C. HS M2A2 - The possible prescription...

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The possible prescription treatments for erectile dysfunction Let me start with the most popular: Viagra (Sildenafil Citrate), the little blue pill. Then there is Levitra (vardenafil hydrochloride), Cialis (tadalafil), and Caverject (alprostadil), phentolamine, and papaverine hydrochloride which are injected directly into the penis. The available nonprescription and prescription treatments for decreased female lubrication There are too many different ones to list so I will list the types here for prescription options. Topical creams use medication and hormones to encourage the natural lubricant producing glands to produce the lubricants. They are applied externally. Oral medications have the same type of ingredients, but are taken orally. Rings and patches are similar to the topical cream and are for external use. There are also non-prescription estrogen creams, foams, suppositories, and "film", all of which are inserted in the vagina and usually work by providing added lubrication. How rigid patterns of sexual relating can limit a couple's options
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