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In this article, we’ll look at eight of the most prevalent ED treatments and compare the costs, effectiveness, and side effects for each.

In the past 25 years, treatments for erectile dysfunction have advanced significantly. Today, the 52% of men who experience problems with erectile function have more options available than ever before. Many men will try more than one approach in their quest to find the treatment that delivers optimal results. …

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Did you know that Xialla can be used to complement popular ED medications, including those in pill (oral), pellet (intraurethral), and injection (intracavernosal) formats? This article provides an overview of these three types of ED medication and describes the ways in which Xialla can be paired with them to improve erectile function.

How ED medications work

The development of medications to treat erectile dysfunction went through major advancements in the 1990s. In the space of a few short years, the first PDE5 inhibitors were approved for oral use, followed by medications that could be inserted or injected into the penis.

These ED medications are based on different pharmaceutical formulations, but they all work in similar ways. ED medications, whether pills, pellets, or injections, are all vasodilators, which means they work by relaxing blood vessels and improving the inflow of blood to the penis. …

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Did you know that Xialla can be used with the majority of manual and battery-operated ED pumps? This article describes how to use Xialla with your ED pump and explains why many men see better results with Xialla than with the constriction devices that are typically sold with ED pumps.

Penis pumps — also called vacuum pumps or vacuum erection devices — work by creating a vacuum that encourages the inflow of blood to the penis to create an erection. They are a popular treatment for ED because they are effective, low risk, and relatively low cost.

For some men, using a pump is a way to avoid more invasive ED treatment methods such as surgery. Others use a pump in combination with other treatments such as ED medication, penile implants, or injections because it enhances the results. …


Nigel Shaw

CEO and founder of Xialla. Xialla is the first wearable device clinically proven to treat erectile dysfunction. Drop by and say hello at

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