The Drugs For Erectile Dysfunction: What They May Be Used For
Today, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the use of Sildenafil Teva for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. The FDA received many comments in response to the test results but the agency’s decision is final. Anyone who suffers from erectile dysfunction should be aware of this development.
Over the past few years, the pharmaceutical industry has become extremely profitable. As a result, profits are increasing at an even faster rate. The profit margin on prescription drugs has increased dramatically. It’s this increase in profit margin that has spurred the growth of the pharmaceutical industry into other, more questionable areas.
We have heard of addiction, prescribing for unapproved uses, over-prescribing, and even neglecting certain health conditions. As well, we have heard about the destruction that these pills can do to the user’s health and well-being.
In 1993, the FDA approved the use of Naltrexone for the treatment of alcoholism. This drug will basically re-direct the addicted person’s drug use to alcohol. However, as with many other drug companies, they have also turned their attention to the use of drugs for erectile dysfunction.
Although the Sildenafil Teva pill was not approved for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, it has been approved for the treatment of alcoholism. The pill can also be used as a drug to prevent the ejaculation in men with premature ejaculation. Most men that suffer from erectile dysfunction have low levels of testosterone.
This leads them to believe that the Sildenafil Teva pill is a safe, natural and effective way to treat these types of issues. On the market today, there are over 20 different kinds of drugs for erectile dysfunction. These pills are being marketed by many different companies.
In recent years, there have been some reported cases of side effects and certain dangers that come with the drugs for erectile dysfunction. Let’s take a look at a few of these risks.
The first risk that most men associate with the pills for erectile dysfunction is the risk of a stroke or high blood pressure. On the market today, these pills do not have an FDA approved warning on the labels.
The second risk is the possible increased risk of diabetes. When the patient consumes the Sildenafil Teva pill, he or she will be losing weight. In addition, if the person has a previous history of diabetes, they are at a higher risk of developing diabetes later in life.
The third risk is the risk of impotence or loss of sexual function. There is a certain problem with the drug, which has not been publicly announced.
The fourth risk is that of dependency and the inability to experience erection, or the inability to maintain an erection. Although the FDA has approved this drug for the treatment of alcoholism, there is still the possibility of overdose and danger.
The fifth risk is a large warning on the label that says, “misuse of this product may cause death.” The sixth risk is the potential for side effects that are very serious.