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Leading urologist and prostate expert, Dr. David Samadi, explains that erectile dysfunction (ED) medications may be psychologically addictive, but are not physically addictive. ED medication should always be taken with caution, at a doctor's recommendation and from a trusted pharmacy. Drugs such as Levitra and Viagra work by increasing blood flow to the penis for a 4-hour period. Cialis is a longer lasting 36-hour drug. Patients taking these ED drugs must avoid nitrates, nitroglycerides, alphablockers, and BPH medications such as Flomax.

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