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erectile dysfunction


TGA clamps down on alleged unlawful advertising and supply of erectile dysfunction medicines  A NSW-based individual has been issued 13 fines totaling $42,900 by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) in …

Debbie Rigby rounds up the latest in research news Does coprescribing nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and oral anticoagulants increase the risk of major bleeding, stroke and systemic embolism? When OACs are …

Andropause refers to a set of symptoms experienced by men with low testosterone levels. Pharmacists play a key role in supporting patients who may be experiencing these symptoms regardless of …

Advances have been moving swiftly in the world of erectile dysfunction , writes Brad Butt As you may well know, I’ve written on erectile dysfunction a time or two and …

Brad Butt looks at why intracavernosal injections are underused in erectile dysfunction, and what can be done about it Intracavernosal injections are often percieved as the ‘pointy end’ of erectile …

It can be tough but rewarding to start talking with patients about ED, writes Brad Butt As pharmacists we all know about erectile dysfunction, its etiology, physiology and management options. …

Brad Butt takes a look at the causes and treatments for ED… and why conversations with pharmacists can help Many men report symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED) at one time …

What pharmacists need to know about this common condition Extending community pharmacy-based healthcare would enable more men living with erectile dysfunction to safely access effective medications, diagnostic services and support …

A British online pharmacy has decided to try and cheer men up… with Viagra for £1 a pop Monday, January 21st was “Blue Monday,” which according to the UK’s The …

Young pharmacist feared abducted; pharmacist humiliates transgender woman by refusing supply; man describes intimidating pharmacist as “fun” Loganville, Georgia: Grave fears are held for Alvin Ahmed, a recent pharmacy graduate …

Pharmacy crime rampant in Ireland; counterfeit drugs epidemic in Trinidad and Tobago; Walmart’s new measures to combat opioid crisis Dublin, Ireland: President of the Irish Pharmacy Union Daragh Connolly has …

The TGA has knocked back applications for the drugs to go OTC, citing need for medical practitioners to be involved Applications were submitted for both sildenafil (50 mg) and PDE5 …