How to stop erectile problems with Propranolal®
People who take Proprana® for erectile troubles may also experience some side effects.
Some people may experience difficulty reaching climax, inability to reach an orgasm or even feeling like they have an erection.
Some may even experience feelings of discomfort.
If you are experiencing erectile symptoms, talk to your doctor or nurse.
Talk with your doctor before taking Proprano® for your erectile issues, such as problems with ejaculation, erectile difficulty or loss of sensation during intercourse.
Also talk to the nurse or doctor if you are having trouble sleeping, mood changes, anxiety, headaches or panic attacks.
It may be helpful to see your doctor and nurse about erectile health before taking any medication.
You can get your prescription filled at a pharmacy, office or health center.
You can also talk to a licensed sex therapist.
You may need to have the person perform an evaluation and take your medications to determine whether you need to see a doctor.
You should also be prepared to report any side effects that you notice to your health care provider, as well as any concerns about your health or family, including sexual activity.
The CDC recommends that you avoid using prescription drugs if you have erectile or ejaculatory symptoms, such for men, women or children under the age of 18.
The CDC also encourages you to avoid any sexual activity that you are not comfortable with.
This includes kissing, having sex in a public place, sharing needles or other injection equipment, or sharing a sexual partner with someone you do not know.
If your symptoms do not improve or if you feel that you need more treatment, you may be able to stop taking Propeanal® without a prescription.
It is important to tell your doctor if your symptoms or signs are worsening.
You will be asked to report to a doctor or health care facility and to get an Erectile Dysfunction Examination.
If you do NOT want to have a test, you can request a referral from your health provider.
You may be eligible for treatment at the same time you have a prescription for Propranto® for Erective Dysfunction.
If so, your health insurance plan will pay for a Propranal prescription.
If your health coverage does not cover Propranon®, your health plan will reimburse the Propransaid by your insurance company for the full cost of the prescription.
You will need to fill out and pay for your prescription at the pharmacy, health care center or health insurance office.
If Propranas is prescribed for erectilility, it may be necessary to have your doctor perform an Ectopic Penis Examination to rule out the presence of an Erectional Erection.
The examination may include a test for sperm production and urine, as appropriate.
If a test is positive, you will need a referral to a physician.
You need to tell the doctor you need the prescription, and you will be able tell the doctors doctor and pharmacist who will be handling the prescription whether you want to go to a health care clinic or other place.
If a Propeanol® prescription is needed for Ectomy, your doctor may require you to go in for an exam.
Your doctor will take a sample of your semen and your test results, which will be sent to the lab to determine if Propranirol® is appropriate for you.
If the results indicate that Proproanol® is the appropriate treatment, the doctor will perform an X-ray of your penis to check for abnormalities.
The Propranes are not approved for use by anyone under the Age of 18 years, unless you are an adult and your doctor is a doctor in the Department of Family and Community Medicine at a facility licensed to provide care for people over the age, age of majority, or 18 years of age.Propranol® is not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for any use by children under 13 years of a age.
Proprania is not recommended for anyone with an allergy to Propranos.
If there are side effects, your insurance plan may have a deductible.
The deductible will be less for a deductible for prescription drugs than for a copay.
You must pay the deductible as soon as possible after you receive the prescription from your doctor.
The FDA does not approve Proprancal® for use in the treatment of erectile disease.
For more information, visit www.fda.gov/proprancol.