Over the Counter Drugs for Erectile Dysfunction?

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Erectile dysfunction is a common but embarrassing condition for a lot of men. If you feel like you might have erectile dysfunction, it is important that you see a doctor to rule out other medical issues. As of April 2013, there isn't an over the counter drug that has proven to help with erectile dysfunction, however, there are other products available. There are plenty of creams and pumps available that will help until you can get the medication you need.
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