Auxillium and Vivus’ erectile dysfunction drug Strenda has been granted a new designation by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that may help it compete against the dominating pills in the market, Pfizer’s Viagra and Eli Lilly’s Cialis. Strenda has been granted “fast-acting” status, allowing the pill to be taken just 15 minutes before sex, instead of 30 minutes as previously stated on its label. Comparatively, Cialis must be taken daily while Viagra must be taken one to two hours before sex. Strendra contains the active ingredient avanafil, which is in a class of drugs called phosphodiesterase inhibitors. Other drugs in ... Read More
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