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Re: Which one is the best option for Ed treatment

Postby allenhardy01 on Fri Sep 03, 2010 9:23 am

Erectile dysfunction occurs because of low blood supply in the penis. Viagra, Cialis and Levitra are the branded drugs that are used to treat erectile dysfunction problems. Before taking these medications please consult your physician.

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Re: Which one is the best option for Ed treatment

Postby leemaria on Fri Dec 03, 2010 9:23 am

I think viagra and levitra are best effective treatment for ED.
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Re: Which one is the best option for Ed treatment

Postby toby75 on Mon Mar 14, 2011 5:34 pm

Hi Montana

In my experience, choosing an ED treatment (I assume you mean medicinal aid) depends entirely on the person's condition. But as a general rule of thumb, always go for an impotence treatment that has been approved by the Food and Drink Administration FDA to minimise any potential risk of side effects. As you may know, sildenafil, tadalafil and vardenafil (the three main impotence pills in the UK available on prescription) have all undergone clinical trials to ensure patient safety. So if you do choose one of the three, common sense will tell you its likely to have a positive effect on your condition.

Some one mentioned earlier in the post that you might want to investigate kamagra, a generic impotence pill, which I'd be very wary of, predominantly becuase has neither the long-standing safety record of proven impotence pills or the seal of approval from registered online clinics and pharmacies.

My advice to you is to chat to your doctor about treatment options, or find an online clinic that specialises in impotence pills or different types of impotence treatment. Type in impotence pills, impotence treatment, or the drug names into google and you should find a host of interesting sources that explain thier benefits in greater depth.

One last thought...have you considered using the impotence trial pack? Apparently it's a tester pack that includes one or two doses of each impotence treatment. It might be worth considerding if you still can't make your mind up. It might cost more than a single treatment, but my guess is that it will help you understand first-hand how sildenafil, tadalafil and vardenafil measure up.

I hope that helps my friend.

Toby S.
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Re: Which one is the best option for Ed treatment

Postby ian on Mon Apr 11, 2011 10:22 am

toby75 wrote:One last thought...have you considered using the impotence trial pack? Apparently it's a tester pack that includes one or two doses of each impotence treatment. It might be worth considerding if you still can't make your mind up. It might cost more than a single treatment, but my guess is that it will help you understand first-hand how sildenafil, tadalafil and vardenafil measure up.



There is no trial pack which is legally sold. What companies are doing is opening packets of Viagra, Cialis & levitra and putting them in an unlicensed box. I would be extremely wary about buying such trial pack as you don't know if they are the real thing or not.
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Re: Which one is the best option for Ed treatment

Postby Edd on Mon Aug 01, 2011 12:16 pm

Hi,

I am currently working on a brand new television series for Channel 4 called ‘The Food Hospital’ (working title). The idea of the programme is to explore the possible health benefits of everyday foods in targeting a wide range of medical conditions and symptoms. I am hoping this will be of interest, as Erectile Dysfunction is something we are hoping to look at.

There’s plenty of evidence to say that our health and our diet are closely linked and current scientific research shows that certain foods can be used to treat some illnesses and / or their symptoms.

Patients attending ‘The Food Hospital’ will be advised by our team of medical professionals, including a GP, a specialist medical Consultant and a leading Dietitian. Using evidence-based, cutting-edge scientific research, the team will prescribe specific diets for the treatment of the patients’ conditions or symptoms. The team will welcome patients with serious illnesses and everyday ailments alike. The treatment that the Food Hospital will offer is intended to be followed in conjunction with the patient’s existing medical regime, and the Food Hospital medical team will endeavour to work collaboratively with the patient’s current medical advisors.

We are currently looking to speak to people who might be interested in knowing more about ‘The Food Hospital’. This could be people who are living with a condition which affects their life, or people who have recently started to experience symptoms they wish to address.

I would love the opportunity to discuss our project with you and your members in more detail.

With many thanks,
Edd Buckley
'The Food Hospital' - Researcher

E-mail: edd.buckley@betty.co.uk
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