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Alprostadil - Caverject

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Caverject 20 mcg - Caverject by Pfizer

Caverject 20 mcg - Caverject by Pfizer

Caverject 20 mcg - Caverject by Pfizer ONE ORDER UNIT INCLUDES: 1 ml vial containing 20 mcg and 2 ml ampoule containing water solution 1 ml CONTAINS:...
EUR 48.00

Caverject is Pharmacia & John's brand name for the injectable impotence drug Alprostadil. This product appeared on the U.S. drug market in 1995, and was the first real effective drug introduced to treat impotence. Alprostadil is specifically a synthetically manufactured form of the natural prostaglandin PGE1, which has the ability to almost immediately (5-20 minutes) produce an erection when injected directly into the penis (PGE1 stimulates nitric oxide release, which is vital to the erectogenic process). This will be sustained for about an hour (in certain cases it can last as long as 4-6 hours, which is considered a prolonged erection). Injecting Caverject is probably not a pleasant experience, however many patients do seem to report this form of impotency treatment extremely effective and reliable. Caverject was most popular before the advent of Viagra, which essentially accomplishes the same thing without the need for uncomfortable and embarrassing injections. Viagra was introduced only a few years after Caverject, so it no doubt has been cut into the expected sales of this drug considerably.

But bodybuilders (at least those without impotency issues) are looking at Caverject with something very different in mind. They are hoping it can be used as an effective precontest "site-enhancing" agent. We guess someone looked at Caverject with the idea that if it can swell the penis tissues, maybe injections into small muscles like the biceps, triceps, deltoids and calves can produce swell in these tissues as well. Caverject is definitely being pushed hard by a number of overseas online steroid-selling pharmacies with this very effect in mind. But is this a valid use for the drug, or just an attempt by these pharmacies to find an alternative to offer customers requesting the now discontinued site enhancing steroid Esiclene? Unfortunately there is little real world feedback on Caverject in this regard, but the few people who have experimented with the drug seem to have been disappointed with its results. It may offer some effect, but if there is a true replacement for Esiclene, it is probably not going to be found herein non-opioid analgesic Nolotil seems to be much more promising in this regard, and is also comparatively much less expensive to use.

Side effects from this drug seem to be very limited, and usually concern pain or discomfort at the site of injection. With a sensitive area such as the penis, a misplaced shot can definitely be an uncomfortable experience. In some cases this has included painful erections, burning or soreness, blood in the urine, numbness, or irregular ejaculation. Obviously many of these potential pitfalls are avoided with the "extra-penile" administration of the drug, leaving only some typical injection site pain to deal with. Aside from this, it is a relatively side-effect-free compound. Many patients actually continue to use Caverject over Viagra as their chosen form of impotency treatment because it does not cause the same problems for them (such as blurred or irregular vision, flushing, headaches, stomach discomfort or indigestion). Even factoring in the injection procedure, these people find Caverject to be the more comfortable option.

Alprostadil is readily available in the United States, where it is sold as a prescription drug. The brand name Caverject from Pharmacia & Upjohn is found in vials containing 10, 20 or 40 mcg of Alprostadil, as well as single-use syringe kits that contain a total dose of 5, 10 or 20 mcg. The market for this drug is pretty small, and as a consequence is not widely manufactured (not many companies competing for market share). Caverject is not considered a controlled substance, making it easy to divert this drug to the black market should a large demand arise.

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