Impotence is the inability to achieve and maintain penile rigidity sufficient to complete sexual intercourse. The cause may be physical, physiological or a combination of both. Physiological impotence can result from a number of factors that are related to stress, anxiety, or fear of failure. Physical impotence can be caused by many conditions such as diabetes, vascular disease, arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure, spinal cord and/or nerve damage, multiple sclerosis, or can be a side effect of radiation therapy, some medications and surgical procedures.
We compound impotency treatment therapies, which include injections, gels, oral and under-the-tongue (sublingual) dosage forms. These methods are often successful when prescribed and used as directed by your physician.