How to Treat E.D. Without Pills

If you have erectile dysfunction but you don’t like taking pills, you’re in luck. There are ways to treat E.D. without pills. Explore your options in this article.

Published on
June 23, 2023
Dr. Tyler Hendricks, MD
Medical Contributor
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There are many reasons why people do not prefer E.D. medication in the form of pills:

  1. Pills are uncomfortable to swallow
  2. Pill strengths are not customizable
  3. The effects of pills take too long to kick in
  4. The effects of pills don't last long enough
  5. Pills are not providing the desired results
  6. Pills are not a sustainable option for long term treatment

If E.D. treatment pills are not your preference for these reasons or any others, you don't have to give up. There are plenty of non-pill treatment options for you to choose from.


1. Melts

Sublingual melts, such as Rugiet Ready,  dissolve under the tongue, where the medicine directly enters the bloodstream, bypassing the liver and digestive system. This makes results up to 5X faster than pills and even chewable tablets.  

They can also contain more than one ingredient, so you can get your E.D. treated by more than one mechanism of action. For example, Rugiet Ready contains custom ratios of sildenafil (Viagra generic) + tadalafil (Cialis generic) + APO. Sildenafil and tadalafil are both PDE5 inhibitors, while APO is a dopamine promoter. This means Rugiet Ready works for the body and the brain.

Melts also allow for fast onset to action without being affected by  food intake, unlike pills.

Melts, such as Rugiet Ready, have been a great option for those seeking more out of their E.D. treatment than what pills can offer. For many, they're a great alternative to more invasive options if pills do not work at all for you.

"Rugiet is everything the company claims it to be. After a few years of (frankly) failure I tried Rugiet and it worked perfectly. Not only was I happy but so was my wife. It’s works quickly without any side effects. I feel like I’ve been given an important part of my life back."
-Michael N. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

2. Chewable Tablets

Chewable tablets of sildenafil or  tadalafil are ways to treat E.D. without taking a pill. However, water may  still be required to remove the bitter taste of the active ingredients.  Chewable tablets to not improve the onset to action of the ingredients, which  is also impacted by food intake.

3. Injections

Although penile injections, like Trimix,  are a pill-free way to treat E.D. they are much more invasive than oral  pharmaceutical treatment options. However, if the above options do not work,  talk to your doctor about Trimix. It can be a great way to treat E.D. when  more intervention is required.

4. Testosterone Replacement Therapy

Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) can  be beneficial in the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) by addressing  underlying hormonal imbalances. Testosterone, a male sex hormone, plays a  crucial role in sexual function, including libido and erection quality. In cases where ED is caused by low testosterone levels, TRT can help restore  testosterone to normal levels, leading to improved sexual function, including  increased libido and better erections. If you're interested in trying this method, talk to your doctor, or find a high quality telehealth program, such as HendRx, that works for you.


Here's the truth:

Getting to a strong baseline of health will optimize all aspects of your life, including your sexual function.

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition that affects the  ability to achieve or maintain an erection, and it can have a significant  impact on someone’s quality of life. While there are various medical  treatments available for ED, lifestyle changes can also play an important  role in improving erectile function, especially when it comes to improving  vascular health.

Vascular health refers to the health of blood vessels in  the body, including those that supply blood to the penis. Poor vascular  health can be a significant factor in ED, as it can lead to reduced blood  flow to the penis, which is necessary for achieving and maintaining an  erection. Here are some lifestyle changes that can help improve vascular  health and, in turn, potentially improve erectile function:


1. Regular exercise

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Regular physical activity, such as brisk walking, jogging,  cycling, or swimming, can help improve vascular health by increasing blood  flow throughout the body, including to the penis. Exercise also helps to  lower blood pressure, reduce body weight, and improve cholesterol levels,  which are all factors that contribute to better vascular health.


2. Healthy diet

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A well-balanced diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables,  whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats can promote vascular health.  Foods that are high in antioxidants, such as berries, leafy greens, and nuts,  can also help reduce inflammation and improve blood vessel function.


3. Quit smoking

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Stop the press: Smoking is bad for you.

Smoking is known to damage blood vessels and impair blood  flow, including to the penis. Quitting smoking is one of the best things you  can do for your vascular health and overall well-being.


4. Limit alcohol consumption

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It's relatively common knowledge by now that heavy drinking will impair your health in more ways than one, including your ability to get and stay erect.

Heavy alcohol consumption can have a negative impact on  vascular health, as it can increase blood pressure, damage blood vessels, and  impair liver function. Limiting alcohol intake or avoiding it altogether can  benefit vascular health and potentially improve erectile function.


5. Manage stress

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When we are under stress on a regular basis, we are not our best self, inside and outside of the bedroom.

Chronic stress can contribute to ED by increasing blood  pressure, constricting blood vessels, and affecting hormonal balance.  Practicing stress management techniques, such as mindfulness meditation,  yoga, or deep breathing exercises, can help reduce stress and promote vascular health.


6. Sauna use and cold plunges

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Sauna use and cold plunges, also known as contrast  hydrotherapy, have been shown to improve circulation and vascular health.  Saunas can increase blood flow and dilate blood vessels, while cold plunges  can constrict blood vessels and stimulate circulation. Alternating between  hot and cold water, or using saunas and cold plunges, may help improve  vascular health and potentially benefit erectile function.


Overall, making positive lifestyle changes can improve  vascular health and potentially improve erectile function in men with ED.  Regular exercise, a healthy diet, quitting smoking, limiting alcohol  consumption, managing stress, and incorporating activities such as sauna use  and cold plunges into your routine can all contribute to better vascular  health and may help alleviate symptoms of ED. However, it's important to  consult with a healthcare provider before making any significant changes to  your lifestyle or starting a new exercise regimen, especially if you have any  underlying health conditions.

Please note, this blog is not intended to replace any medical consultation with a professional. Health concerns should always be brought up with your medical provider.

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