If you have difficulty getting and/or keeping an erection that is hard enough for satisfactory sex, you just might have symptoms of ED.
ED can be very subjective, so only your doctor is qualified to answer if you have erectile difficulties or not.
Generally, A failure to achieve an erection, more than 50% of the time, is a condition that you should consider treatment options for.
There are many medical reasons why ED may occur.
It is important to consult a doctor, in order to determine the source of the problem, and select the right treatment.
Today, there are many treatment options for erectile dysfunction. Selective enzyme inhibitors may be prescribed, such as generic Viagra, Cialis, Levitra. These prescriptions should always be monitored by a physician, because some of the side effects, and they may also interact with other medications.
ED drugs work by blocking an enzyme found mainly in the penis that breaks down chemicals produced during sexual stimulation that normally produce erections.
Only 1 tablet should be taken per day. Increasing the dosage of Viagra or Cialis beyond the recommended amounts will not improve the response and will only result in greater side effects.