I Am A 71 Male Type II Diabetic And Taking Metformin 500 Mg Zetia Zetia And I Am Experiencing ED Should I Go To Viagra Or Levitra?
First drug to change: Amlodipine.
I have gone through your query and understood your concern.Tadalafil is used to treat male sexual function problems like erectile dysfunction-ED.In diabetics these problems are common because of Diabetic autonomic neuropathy.It is true that some antihypertensive drugs known as calcium channel blockers,( Amlodipine, Diltiazem, or Verapamil)can rarely cause erectile dysfunction.
So,if you think thast your problem coincide with starting amlodipine,tha probably this drug isn the culpit.In this cases,the first think to do is to to talk with your cardiologiost if he can change amlodipine with another class of antihypertensice drugs.(if this is possible) If the ED persist even after discontinuing Amlodipine that i suggest to talk with your treating for changing Cialis to Viagra(sindenafil) or Levitra(vardenafil)
Hope this is helpful.
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Yes,is can be Ok.
If the culpit of your problem is Amlodipine,the right way to solve the problem is to discuntinue this drug.Anyway,as i said in our last discussion,the calcium blockers drugs can cause erectile disfunction very rarely.
For this reason,In my opinion ,it is OK if you Change your Cialis with another PDE5 inhibitors such as sildenafil (Viagra) or vardenafil (Levitra). Anyway it is better to discuss this therapy with your treating.