Prink review

Prink is used to manage erectile dysfunction through its vasodilatory features. It is sold in the United States under the brand name Muse or Medicated Urethral Suppository for Erection by Vivus. It is also available as Caverject and Edex, which are brand names for its injectable form. Muse transports the medication as a penile drug delivery system inserted into the urethra for at least ten minutes before you need an erection, while the fast-acting Caverject and Edex are injected directly into the penis's corpus cavernosum.

This medication is recommended for men with erectile dysfunction problems. This medication can also be used to preserve a patent ductus arteriosus in the newborn. It is mostly effective when there is a danger of premature ductus arteriosus closure in a baby with ductal-dependent congenital heart disease including acyanotic lesions (that is, interrupted aortic arch, critical aortic stenosis, hypoplastic left heart syndrome, and coarctation of the aorta).

Prink may be taken as needed to achieve penile erection. The effect starts about five to ten minutes after administration and can last from about thirty minutes to an hour. Dosage should be determined by your physician and you will be examined for any unfavorable side effects afterwards. Follow the approved instructions precisely. You should be instructed, in detail, on usage by your physician before trying to administer the medication by yourself. Each product is for single use only and should not be used repeatedly.

Common known side effects of Prink include headache, flu symptoms, palpitations, dizziness, minor penile bleeding or spotting, and penile/testicular pain. If any of these adverse effects persist or worsen, consult your physician immediately. You should also report the very rare but grave side effects of severe unsteadiness or fainting due to possible blood pressure decrease.

As for the side effects on your female partner, she may sometimes experience vaginal burning or itching after sex. It is currently unclear if that has anything to do with the medication itself or not. If you notice any other side effects not listed in this article, immediately contact your physician to discuss them.

Before taking this medication, inform your physician of all the prescription and nonprescription medications you've been taking, especially medicines that can sometimes cause erection problems like MAO inhibitors (furazolidone, selegiline, phenelzine), blood thinners (aspirin, warfarin, NSAIDs), phenothiazines (chlorpromazine), anti-anxiety medications, calcium channel blockers or other high blood pressure medications, hydralazine, terazosin, prazosin, propranolol (beta-blockers), guanfacine, guanabenz, disopyramide, clonidine, thiazide water pills, methyldopa, spironolactone, and tricyclic antidepressants. Do not begin or halt any medicine without prior physician recommendation.

Also inform your physician of your medical history before taking this medication, especially if you have any history of allergies, prolonged erections from other medications, cancer, physical penis abnormalities, blood or bleeding disorders, low blood pressure, or heart disease. You should also be aware that this medication offers zero protection against sexually transmitted infections such as Hepatitis B or HIV (AIDS).

Overdosing with Prink can lead to having a painful and persistent erection for hours on end. If left untreated, this side effect can cause you to have a permanent inability to have an erection. Seek emergency medical attention if you experience a prolonged and agonizing erection after using this medication.

Prink has the following structural formula:

Chemical structure of prink

• Molecular formula of prink is C20H34O5
• Chemical IUPAC Name is 7-[3-hydroxy-2-(3-hydroxyoct-1-enyl)-5-oxo-cyclopentyl]heptanoic acid
• Molecular weight is 354.481 g/mol
Prink available : 500mg tablets

Generic name: Alprostadil

Brand name(s): Befar, Caverject, Edex, Muse, Prostaglandin E1, Prostin VR

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