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Thread: Erectile dysfunction and stem cell therapy

  1. #31
    For me:

    1. sex
    2. bowel/bladder
    3. walking

    you people are crazy, I'd be happy the whole day in bed having sex,
    who needs walking lol.
    keep (rolling) Walking

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  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Jawaid View Post
    I have not tried Cialis or Viagra Wise. Which one i should try, how and what mg?
    Jawaid,

    The recommended Viagra dose is 50 mg, taken one hour before sexual activity. The maximum is 100 mg. How much you can take will depend on side effects that you experience with the 50 mg. It does not matter whether it is taken with or without food. You should not take Viagra more than once a day. Side effects include vasodilation in other parts of the body, including headaches, facial flushing, indigestion, nasal congestion, urinary tract infections, and visual problems.

    Wise.

  3. #33
    While you can try Viagra or Levitra or Cialis, the best predictor for these drugs working for a man with SCI is to have at least some reflex erection on your own, even if poor quality/duration. With either a conus or cauda equina injury this is unlikely. I rarely find they work in this population, while a vacuum pump or penile injection therapy may be good options at this level of injury.

    (KLD)

  4. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by SCI-Nurse View Post
    While you can try Viagra or Levitra or Cialis, the best predictor for these drugs working for a man with SCI is to have at least some reflex erection on your own, even if poor quality/duration. With either a conus or cauda equina injury this is unlikely. I rarely find they work in this population, while a vacuum pump or penile injection therapy may be good options at this level of injury.

    (KLD)
    Thanks, KLD. I agree. Combination approaches are the best. On the other hand, it doesn't hurt to try. The worst that can happen is the side-effects. The injectable approach takes more experience and should be done with physician guidance. I failed to mention vacuum pump, which is discussed in the R&S forum.

    Wise.

  5. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by rjg View Post
    A google search for "stem cell boners" suggests that rats with ED have been successfully treated, but that's about it so far. And that's regular old ED, not conus injury ED. I'm sure there's a clinic out there that will sell you oil for your snake, filling your big head full of false promises and your little head full of abortion clinic dumpster drippings, but it looks like we're many years away from the real deal. Until then, cunnilingus. And maybe jogging. You can walk, right? Focus on the two legs you have that work and stop worrying so much about the third that doesn't. Go get a nice runner's high. Maybe you can jog across Pakistan to raise awareness of conus injuries and their deleterious effect on the peener.
    rjg, let's imagine for a moment that sci is not incurable condition any more and we at, let's say, urological forum. Would you give to Jawaid such kind of recommendation that you gave? For sure not, and just for one simple reason - all sci-related health issues are so badly-treatable because of this sci prefix, without it they all have effective approach and efficacious medecine for dealing with and relevant specialists for consulting with. Now, back to the reality, where the Prefix still exists, let's try to the extent of our abilities treat each other at least without attempting to offend and humiliate. As of the Prefix, sooner or later, it will vanish. If I allowed to express my opinion, I'd rather rely on a little later than sooner,-there is still too much unclear and unresolved in this knowledge area. And then, a pleasant surprise is always better than unpleasant.

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