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How do I know if I need a higher dose of erectile dysfunction medication?

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If the amount of medicine you use now doesn't help you get an erection, you may need to take a bigger dose. But don't do this on your own. Talk to your doctor to see if an increase in medication is the right for thing for you.

From: How to Make ED Drugs Work Better WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

University of California San Francisco Medical Center: "Oral Medications for Erectile Dysfunction."

Pfizer: "Viagra."

Mayo Clinic: "Erectile Dysfunction: Viagra and Other Oral Medications."

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: "Erectile Dysfunction."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on February 2, 2019

SOURCES:

University of California San Francisco Medical Center: "Oral Medications for Erectile Dysfunction."

Pfizer: "Viagra."

Mayo Clinic: "Erectile Dysfunction: Viagra and Other Oral Medications."

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases: "Erectile Dysfunction."

Reviewed by Jennifer Robinson on February 2, 2019

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