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When diet and health modifications have failed to alleviate erectile dysfunction and the patient has tried all forms of the oral medications , the patient must then be counseled on the remaining types of therapies, including the prostaglandin family of medications. These are medications that act locally in the penis to give an erection. This differs from the pill or " Viagra " type of medications that require the central nervous system (i.e., the brain) to tell them to work. This type of medication comes in two preparations and can be delivered in two routes (injection or penile suppository). The first route is by injection into the penis. The common brand name for this medicine is Caverject or alprostadil (generic). This medication also comes in various strengths as the pills do. A lot of patients do not like this option for obvious reasons. It does require the injection of the medicine into the base of the penis. The medication is dispensed in a small via...
Generic Name: SCOPOLAMINE - TRANSDERMAL Pronounced: (sko-PALL-uh-meen) scopolamine Base TD Interactions
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I get a sharp pain at the base of my skull lately. It hurts so bad I could scream. As fast as it comes it is gone. I am overdue for new eye glasses. I am 74 years old with high blood pressure and diabetic. leilani.
Nobody can safely diagnose without examining you in person, so you need to see your doctor. One possibility is that these could be ice pick headaches. You can find some information about them in Ice Pick Headaches - The Basics .
Again, please see your doctor. Unexplained head pain should always be investigated.
Good luck, John Claude Krusz and Teri Robert
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