Our Speciality Medication:
We offer medication that is comparable to Sildenafil (Viagra), Tadalafil (Cialis), and Vardenafil (Levitra) in a Troche formulation. Each medication is also blended with a natural additive called Yohimbine. Yohimbine is an alpha-2-adrenergic blocker and sympatholytic that causes vasodilation (increased blood flow) and results in better quality erections.
How Does This Medication Work?
As opposed to conventional erectile dysfunctions pills, these medications are taken Sublingually which means you place it under your tongue and let it dissolve. By taking them sublingually, they dissolve directly into the mucous membranes of the mouth and go straight into the bloodstream. This means they bypass your liver and stomach which will provide more potency and fewer negative side effects.
How Are These Medications Taken?
To take any of these medications, place the troche (or a portion thereof, according to the chart above) under the tongue and let it dissolve completely. It’s recommended to start with 1/4 of a troche. If that dose is ineffective, you may increase the dose to 1/2 of a troche, and then to 1 full troche. Do not exceed 1 full troche within a 24-hour period.
When Should I Take This Medication?
You should take these medications at least 30 minutes to 60 minutes before sexual activity*.
*Avoid eating or drinking at least 2 hours before and after taking these medications. DO NOT take these medications if you’re taking Nitroglycerin or other Organic Nitrates and DO NOT mix with Alcohol.
Potential Side Effects:
This special medication is formulated to have fewer side effects than others like it. That being said, all forms of medication can cause negative side effects. The potential negative side effects of this medication may include headache, flushing (warmth in your face, neck, or chest), runny or stuffy nose, upset stomach, heartburn, dizziness, back pain, visual disturbances, low BP, nausea, and long lasting erections (if erections last more than 3 hours contact your medical provider and consider seeking medical attention).
Questions or Concerns:
If you have any questions or concerns about your medication please contact the ED clinic that you visited.