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Caverject is an erectile dysfunction medication that increases the blood flow to the penis. Caverject is different than other ED drugs because it is injected directly into the penis. This medication belongs to a class of drugs known as genitourinary prostaglandins. Genitourinary prostaglandins relax the smooth muscles of the penis and dilate the penile artery. When administered, this substance traps the blood in the penis, causing an erection.
These drugs cause smooth muscle relaxation by increasing the production of cyclic adenosine monophosphate and reducing calcium in the penile vascular smooth muscles. Unlike other ED medications, Caverject is used specifically for men with ED symptoms because of a physical, neurological, vascular, or psychogenic condition.
Caverject is used for patients who need more intensive ED treatment, but is it effective? One study of 683 men followed the use of self-injected Caverject for ED symptoms. This study occurred over six months, and the men reported that 94 percent of the injections resulted in successful sexual activity. Among those percentages, 84-86 percent of the men and their partners rated their sex life satisfactory when using Caverject injections. 
Injecting yourself may seem intimidating, but your doctor will give you specific directions and ensure you are comfortable with administration. This medication is injected into the corpus cavernosum, the erectile tissue in the penis.
Before injection, it is essential to clean the area with rubbing alcohol. Once you inject the medication, apply pressure to the site with an alcohol swab for around five minutes, so the area does not bruise. When using Caverject, it is essential to switch up injection sites, so use a different side of the penis for each injection.
Caverject works quickly and begins to work within five to 20 minutes. Generally, it is not recommended to use this drug more than three times a week and you should wait at least one day between doses.
When prescribed Caverject, your physician determines that the drug's benefits outweigh the side effects. Regardless, it is important to be aware of potential side effects to prevent serious complications. The most common side effect of Caverject is skin irritation at the injection site. If you notice severe skin irritation, you may be experiencing an allergic reaction to the drug and tell your doctor immediately.
Serious side effects of Caverject are uncommon, but they may include the following:
• Swelling of the penis
• Unusual curving of the penis
• Lumps on the penis
In rare cases, men may experience priapism, which occurs when they have an erection for four or more hours. This can cause permanent penile tissue damage, so get help immediately if your erection does not go away normally.
Caverject is not approved for all men with ED; your doctor will determine if it is right for you. The medication comes in a lyophilized powder in vials of 23.2 or 46.4 mcg. It would be best to store the vials between 68 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit. It is essential to keep Caverject out of extreme temperatures, so it does not overheat or freeze. You will not use the whole vial at once, so you can store the vials for up to three months or until the expiration date.
If you are predisposed to priapism (prolonged erection) due to sickle cell anemia, leukemia, or multiple myeloma, you may not be eligible to take Caverject. Men with penile implants or anatomical deformation of the penis cannot use Caverject. To learn more about erectile dysfunction and save on your ED medications, visit an online Canadian pharmacy like Canada Pharmacy Depot.
Is there a generic Caverject?
There is currently no generic version of Caverject, but if you want to save on the brand name version, you can find discount prices at Canada Pharmacy Depot.
How do you use Caverject?
Caverject is administered via injection into the penile tissue. Your doctor will show you how to inject the medication properly, but you can administer the drug yourself at home.
What do you need to use Caverject?
You will need several things to inject Caverject properly. Along with the medication, you will also need needles for injection, alcohol swabs, and possibly cotton balls.
What are serious complications of Caverject?
Serious complications are rare, but men may experience priapism, penile hematoma, penile pain, irritation at the injection site, penile fibrosis, and low blood pressure. If you experience any of these side effects, tell your physician right away.
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