The effectiveness of PDE inhibitors in various forms of ED is, according to various clinical studies, from 60 to 85%. The pills are designed to be taken before each sexual intercourse, that is, after taking the pill, the erection improves, without the pill, the erection will be the same as it was recently before the start of treatment. In recent years, there have been reports that regular daily intake of relatively small doses of erection pills for at least 12 weeks has a certain healing effect, that is, it improves the quality of one’s own natural erections. To enhance the effect of PDE, inhibitors are used in conjunction with male sex hormones, injections of vasodilators into the penis, and surgeries to restrict venous outflow from the penis.
What to do if erection pills do not work?
In such cases, under the supervision of a doctor, it makes sense to try second-line therapies or injections into the penis of vasodilators. If this does not help, it is recommended to resort to one of the options for surgical treatment. It should be remembered that the highest efficiency among all methods of treatment of impotence has phalloprosthetics.