3 Things to Know About the Erectile Dysfunction Drug Cialis
The makers of Cialis are pushing to make their blockbuster erectile dysfunction drug available over-the-counter – a move that could land the little orange tablet on drug store shelves alongside decongestants and other bathroom cabinet staples. Sanofi and Eli Lilly announced plans Wednesday to seek
Man Sues Hospital Over Erection Treatment; Seeks $2 Million
A Massachusetts man has sued Yale-New Haven Hospital after he claimed staff at an affiliated health care facility did not properly treat him for a painful and chronic erection condition. Instead, Daren Scott, a bus driver from Brockton, said the staff watched television while he...
Man Sues BMW for Long-Lasting Erection
A California man blames his motorcycle seat for a prolonged, painful erection he said he suffered after a long ride. Henry Wolf is now suing BMW of North America, the motorcycle’s manufacturer, and Corbin-Pacific, the maker of the seat, for lost wages, medical expenses and...
FDA Approves New Drug for Erectile Dysfunction
The Food and Drug Administration today approved Stendra, a new pill in the same drug class as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis, which reportedly offers men with erectile dysfunction the possibility of achieving an erection in as little as 15 minutes. Stendra, the brand name for avanafil, will be ...
Avanafil: Do We Need Another Viagra?
The erectile dysfunction marketplace could get its first new entry in almost a decade with the experimental drug Avanafil, a faster-acting pill in the same class as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis, reportedly with fewer side effects. But do we really need another Viagra? “No, we don’t...
Penis Tattoo Leads to Permanent Erection
A 21-year-old Iranian man has a permanent semi-erection after having “borow be salaamat” (good luck with your journeys) and the letter “M” (his girlfriend’s initial) tattooed on his penis. The man, whose name is unknown, was diagnosed with nonischemic priapism — a condition resulting from...
Honeymoon With Viagra Could Be Over, Say Doctors
Bad Economy, No Insurance Coverage and Sometimes Disappointment in Erectile Dysfunction Drugs to Blame
Alzheimer 'Breakthrough' Tempts Families to Improvise
What would you do if had an incurable disease and heard that something simple and common may help -- a chemical found at a pet store, or in an allergy drug, or a breakthrough injection a man in California developed? It's the sort of dilemma Alan Romantowski, a former airline pilot, faces with each
Men Who Smoke Prone to Impotence
The greater the number of cigarettes smoked, the greater the risk, studies find.
Medical Mystery: Persistent Sexual Arousal Syndrome
Private Moments Turn Public When PSAS Renders a Woman's Body Out of Her Control