Gels & Erectile Dysfunction (ED) | menMD

Intraurethral Gels for Erectile Dysfunction

Intraurethral gels are a non-invasive way to treat erectile dysfunction. Gels are formulated with one or two FDA approved ingredients: Alprostadil and Phentolamine. Although not as effective as the injection therapy form of these same ingredients, the gel is inserted into the urethra prior to intercourse or daily for rehabilitation purposes.

How does it help ED?

The medication works to relax smooth muscle in the penis and increase blood flow to the cavernosal chambers. Gel therapy may be an effective choice for patients averse to penile injection therapy.

Helpful Articles

  • When the Pill is Just Not Enough - Dr. Martinez discusses intraurethral gel used in combination with oral phosphodiesterase inhibitor (PDE5i) medications for the treatment of ED when the pill alone is not enough.
  • Intraurethral Gel Therapy for ED - In this article Daniel Martinez MD discusses the benefits of Intraurethral Gel therapy—a needleless treatment option for men with ED

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Available Options

Intrauretheral Gel Syringes

Intraurethral Gels

Intraurethral Gel (Phentolamine / PGE1) available in 3 formulations, shipped in 1mL pre-loaded, needle-less delivery devices

Contains same active ingredients found in BIMIX / TRIMIX.

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