Papaverine for Erectile Dysfunction in Multiple Sclerosis

Papaverine is prescribed to facilitate erections in men with erectile problems, including men who have multiple sclerosis (MS). It belongs in a group of therapies called vasodilators that lower blood pressure, expand blood vessels, and increase blood flow.  The drug is prescribed to facilitate erections in men with erectile problems, including men who have multiple sclerosis (MS). The therapy can be administered by tablet form or injection.

Papaverine is only available by prescription and should not to be used as a sexual aid by men without erectile dysfunction. If it is not used properly, permanent damage to the penis and loss of the ability to have future erections can result. Some opinions hold that the drug should not be used at all for erectile dysfunction, though paparverine can be used to treat conditions that cause smooth muscle spasms, such as chest pain, circulation problems, heart attack, stomach issues, and gallbladder disorders.

The tablet is taken by mouth

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