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16.05.2016

Erectile dysfunction (sometimes called impotence) means that you cannot get or maintain a proper erection. There are several causes, the most common being due to a narrowing of the arteries that take blood to the penis.

If your erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs don't have you rising to the occasion, it doesn't necessarily mean you're out of luck. Many men who fail to respond to ED meds are taking them incorrectly, finds new research from Spain.

Tadalafil works by preventing the action of a chemical in your body, called phosphodiesterase type-5. This helps to relax (widen) blood vessels and improves the flow of blood to the penis following sexual stimulation. This helps to maintain an erection.

Tadalafil is available on prescription, but it is only prescribed on the NHS for men with erectile dysfunction resulting from certain medical conditions. If you are given a private (non-NHS) prescription, you will be asked to pay for the tablets.

Another brand of tadalafil tablets called Adcirca is used to treat a completely different condition called pulmonary arterial hypertension - see the separate medicine leaflet called Tadalafil for pulmonary hypertension if you have been prescribed this brand of tadalafil tablets.

In the study, 69 percent of guys who reported that their penis problems persisted even after taking PDE5 inhibitors—first-line ED drugs such as Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra—were making some errors when downing the pills.

The researchers offered these patients a "re-education" program to help them better understand how they should use the meds. Of the guys that accepted, 77 percent then responded favorably to the ED drugs.

Many men aren't given enough information on how to use the drug when they're prescribed it, says Jacob Rajfer, M.D., professor of urology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.

Along with their useful effects, most medicines can cause unwanted side-effects although not everyone experiences them. These usually improve as your body adjusts to the new medicine, but speak with your doctor or pharmacist if any of the following side-effects continue or become troublesome.

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