Vacuum Therapy - Pills vs Vacuum Therapy

 

Vacuum Therapy

Levitra

Viagra

Cialis

Muse/Intraurethal Therapy

Prescription Needed?

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Average Cost

One time cost of $140-180

$10-$15 per pill

$10-15 per pill

$12-$17 per pill

$20-$25 per use

Possible Side Effects

Cooler penile temperature

Pressure maybe felt with beginning use of system

Runny Nose  

Indigestion  

Facial Flushing

Indigestion  

Headaches  

Blurred or Bluish Vision

An erection that won't go away  

Headache  

Muscle aches  

Burning in penile and groin area  

Fainting  

Leg Sweats  

Active Drugs

None

Vardenafil Hydrochloride

Sildenafil

Tadalifil

Alprostadil

Covered By Medicare?

Yes

No

No

No

No

Other Limitations

May be bulky to transport

May cause priapism, an erection that won't go away

Can cause blood pressure to drop suddenly if taken with certain levels of Nitrate medications.

The active ingredients in Cialis can stay in your blood stream up to two days after taking a single tablet.

Injection of medicine into urethra maybe painful

See Dr. Troy Burns Discuss the Possible Side Effects of ED Medications

Other limitations of ED Pills

  • Pills must be taken in the hours prior to intercourse since they need to be broken down and released into the blood stream
  • Often will not produce a rigid enough erection to achieve penetration
  • So if oral medications are ineffective or produce unwanted side effects, make the choice that over 1 million couples have been satisfied with - try Vacuum Therapy!

Vacuum Therapy

  • One time cost
  • No prescription needed
  • The only treatment for ED that may help restore natural erectile function
  • No surgery
  • Drug-free
  • No serious side effects
  • Easy to learn and use
  • Medicare and insurance coverage with prescription
  • Long term satisfaction