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The questions everyone wants to know: can you get a COVID-19 home test kit? And do they work?The good news is that researchers have been working furiously to improve the accuracy, cost, and convenience of testing. While COVID-19 tests are

Did you know? Erectile dysfunction is more common than most men realize. Approximately 5% to 10% of men younger than 40 and 22% of men by age 40 have complete erectile dysfunction, according to the Center for Sexual Medicine at Boston

Unlike some other drugs, such as antibiotics that gradually lose their potency with long-term use, Viagra seems to work as well in the long term as it does when first taken. Users are unlikely to develop a tolerance to it

Viagra — a miracle drug if ever there was one! Men of all ages have discovered the magic of the little blue pill. Older men whose bodies are naturally slowing down. Younger men who carry it for insurance that drugs or

Does taking medication for high blood pressure cause erectile dysfunction? Many hypertensive men with ED believe so and choose not to have their high blood pressure treated. That can be a life-threatening decision. But ED can be treated without causing erectile

Ever wonder why Little Willy won’t go home?Hint: It’s probably not because of his Levitra. Despite warnings that all men are familiar with, four-hour erections from erectile dysfunction medications, while serious, are very rare. Like Viagra (sildenafil) and Cialis (tadalafil),

Can Cialis really cause a four-hour erection? Yes, it can, but thankfully, it’s a rare side effect of all drugs of its class — phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors, or PDE5 inhibitors.  The good news is that of all the PDE5 inhibitors, Cialis

Viagra is safe for most people to use. But Viagra (generic name sildenafil) is a phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor (PDE5 inhibitor) with a higher side-effect profile than other PDE5 inhibitors, according to a 2015 study. But for many men, it’s

A recent study published in the journal Stem Cell Reports found the vasodilator properties of Viagra/sildenafil combined with plerixafor beneficial for stem cell transplants used to treat blood cancers. This drug combination reduced the time needed to release stem cells