From ancient times Siddha medicines have been used to treat erectile dysfunctions. Ashwagandha and vajikaran therapy are considered to be helpful in erectile dysfunction. Ashwagandha, also known as Withania somnifera, has been used in psychogenic male erectile disorder. Vajikaran therapy is believed to revitalize the seven dhatus (elements) in the body and restores health. It is also seen that vajikaran therapy reduces anxiety about sexual desire and elevates the reproductive hormones.
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Can erectile dysfunction be managed through Siddha medicines?
Query: Hello doctor, I am suffering from erectile dysfunction due to atherosclerosis causing less blood flow to the penis, this may be due to family history of high cholesterol. The allopathy medicine suggested for this is Tadalafil 5 mg every day (vasodilator). Is it manageable through Siddha medicines? I... Read Full »
Answer: Hi,Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through your reports (attachment removed to protect patient identity). As per your blood report, your cholesterol profile is above the upper limit. This might be the cause for the penile artery blockage (atherosclerosis plaque). But, I think the other possible ... Read Full »
Due to OCD medications, I am facing erectile dysfunction. Is there any Siddha medicine available for this?
Query: Hello doctor, Due to OCD medicine Clofranil 50 mg, erectile dysfunction problem has raised, and subsequently, ejaculation is not happening. Is there any Siddha medicine available for this. Please help. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. You are taking an allopathy drug Clofranil (Clomipramine). Few side effect of this drug is dry mouth, ejaculation failure, and difficulty in urination. Since these are the side effects of the Clofranil, nothing can be done. You can ask the neurologist or psychiatrist (... Read Full »