My understanding is that all they do is sell or prescribe the injections which give you an erection (injection right into the penis). While I guess that would solve the problem with ED, I would think its better to see a doctor/urologist/endocrinologist and get to the root of the problem. Injections do not seem like a good solution to me. I would avoid them.
Good point, you should start with your Urologist. i went to mine and he actually suggested Boston Medical Group. After trying Viagra, Cialis AND Levitra, i went to Boston not expecting much. But what they were able to do was amazing. Their stuff works better than anything i've tried, and i've trtied just about everything. good product, i would recommend to anyone.
First, I would go see a urologist. They have everything available that you would get at Boston Medical Group. If you are anywhere near Chicago, there is an excellent erectile disfunction clinic run by a big urology group. Unfortunately, I can't remember name of the nurse practitioner who heads it up. Jeff something... and he's very, very good. Urologists are covered by insurance & Boston Medical frequently is not.
Second. Apologies to mangoman, but there is nothing wrong with injections for erectile disfunction. The generic name for the drug is called alprostidil and it has been around since before Viagra. Google it. Works with more frequency than Viagra, too. It also has fewer side effects, but there is obviously a stigma attached to injecting a needle into your penis. Some urologists prescribe Edex or Caverject, which are both alprostidil and are often covered by your pharmacy benefit. Edex is delivered in a saline solution and Caverject is in double distilled water. I've heard that Edex stings a little less. It also comes in a little larger doses than Caverject which is only available in 20's. So, if you require more than 20 mg's you don't have to stick yourself twice per injection. Some doctors will mix alprostidil with one or two other compounds that they feel enhance the efficacy. Regardless, the needle is usually a 29 gauge which is the same size that diabetics use to inject insulin. Very small & it doesn't hurt much.
Anyhoo... Go see a urologist. If he is not an ED specialist, chances are he knows a local urologist who is and will gladly refer you to him. That's the best place to start. Good luck.
I had ED and went to BMG. I paid their price, took the shots prior to intercourse -- everything worked as advertised. I then heard about how higher cholesterol levels can cause ED. I excercised more consistently, completely eliminated: processed meats, shrimp and crab. Now my erections are as hard as I was in my twenties and the erectile insecurity I had that necessitated going to extremes of using shots is long gone. This worked for me, and my cholesterol levels weren't that high! If your cholesterol is in question, try reducing your cholesterol for a couple of months before resorting to BMG or pills. It worked for me!
are those the exact ingredients that boston medical uses.Also is there anyway you can find the urologist name in chicago.Urologist here in michigan just throw you viagra,cialis,etc.I always wanted to visit chicago.