Looking for an effective ® Viagra alternative? You are not alone: Up to 50% of men don't respond sufficiently to oral erectile dysfunction medication to have satisfactory sex. Other options do exist, but they don't have the same advertising budget as big pharmaceutical companies to expose you to them. Try following these steps to find a Viagra alternative that may work for you:
Step 1: Have you had your Testosterone Level checked? The next time you have blood work done, think about asking your doctor to have your testosterone level checked. It's low cost and is likely covered by your insurance. If you have low testosterone levels (often called "Low-T") it could be the cause of your erectile dysfunction. Hormone replacement therapy may provide you with the needed solution to get and sustain an erection.