ED Treatment Overview
This overview summarizes three (3) levels of ED treatment available to you, from the least to the most potent.
1. First tier treatment includes the commonly prescribed ED pills such as Viagra or Cialis. This medication has less than 50% success rate and is appropriate for men who have mild ED. Most of our patients find these pills ineffective or have caused intolerable side-effects.
2. Second tier treatment is Erexafil™ & Brematide™ Program. ~80% success rate
Erexafil™ is a new pills combo that combines Viagra, Cialis, Apomorphine and Vitamin B12. While Viagra and Cialis work by increasing the blood flow to the penis, Apomorphine increases dopamine, a neurotransmitter in the brain that increases sexual desire and responses. Apomorphine is not morphine and does not cause addiction, and by itself, it is an ED medication. Vitamin B12 enhances neuro-stimulatory effects on sexual responses. This combination produces enhanced erections and is the most potent ED pills known, thanks to their synergistic effects.
Bremetide™ is a peptide that activates the hypothalamus in the central nervous system, eliciting a natural sexual response. Given subcutaneously, it induces erections in men, and increases sexual arousal and satisfaction in both men and women.
Combining Erexafil™ and Bremetide™ have helped men who do not respond to the common ED pills but are not ready to try injections.
This program costs $799. You will receive 20 pills of Erexafil™ and a vial of Brematide™ for ~ 20 uses.
3. Third tier treatment is ICP (Intracavernosal Pharmacotherapy) also known as "ED shots"; “penile injections” or “trimix” . ICP has over 98% success rate and can be used by any man, regardless of age or medical conditions.
ICP involves injecting a combination of vasodilators (papaverine, phentolamine, atropine and Prostaglandin E1) into the spongy tissue of the penis. This injection is surprisingly painless thanks to the use of an auto-applicator. Within a few minutes, ICP induces an erection that typically lasts between 30 to 60 minutes, regardless your mental status or the occurrence of ejaculation.
ICP is the most effective ED treatment available today and remains the “gold standard” therapy when all else has failed. It is particularly recommended for men who have cardiovascular risks such as diabetes, hypertension, heart diseases etc., or men who have certain debilitating conditions such as kidney or liver disease.
This program costs $799* and is the minimum setting-up cost to cover access to our telemedicine platform (for discount purposes), issuing of prescriptions (by the doctor), compounded medications sufficient for 20 applications (20 uses). Your package also includes an auto- applicator (for painless injection), and the reverse medication called phenylephedrine (in case you need to resolve a prolonged erection).
You will catch a price break with bigger packages: 40-dose program for $999* (37.5% discount) and 60-dose program for $1299* (45% discount). A yearly subscription at significant savings over 50% is also available.
* $100 more applied to CA and NY residents
Premature Ejaculation (PE) Treatment Overview
A percentage of men who have ED tend to come prematurely. Treatment for ED, as described above, often improves the symptom of Premature Ejaculation.
In addition, our doctors can prescribe innovative oral mixtures that can address both conditions of Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation.
One option is Tadexetine™, which is the combination of tadalafil, an ED medication, and paroxetine, an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor). Another highly successful option is Prolomax™ which combines tadalafil and dapoxetine.
This program costs $480 for 30 pills or $680 for 50 pills, shipping included.
In summary, there are different treatment plans you can choose from, depending on your conditions and your preferences. If you are not sure of what program to choose, our Treatment Coordinators and Doctors can help you make an informed decision. We are looking forward to helping you and your partner regain healthy sexual intimacy quickly.
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