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What Is Eroxon?

Eroxon is also known as MED2002. It’s a topical gel intended for the treatment of erectile dysfunction, but it’s not actually released yet.

Eroxon contains the ingredient glyceryl trinitrate – a vasodilator. This means that when applied to an area, it dilates blood vessels and helps blood to flow more easily. As it’s an erectile dysfunction treatment, when applied directly to the penis, Eroxon should help you to achieve or maintain an erection.

How long does Eroxon take to work?

During clinical trials, a vast majority of men found that the medication started to work within 10 minutes of application. This is roughly 3 times faster than some oral treatments which often take at least 30 minutes to start working.

In addition to this, Eroxon is a topical treatment and doesn’t have to be processed by the liver or absorbed by the stomach, so it supposedly has fewer interactions and is safer for more people than traditional erectile dysfunction treatments.

When will it be available?

Unfortunately, this is something we still don’t know yet, but Futura Medical (the company behind the drug) are currently in talks to release it within the next few years in the UK and America. Rest assured that we’ll be keeping up to date with all information surrounding Eroxon and we’ll be posting any news here and on our blog.

Are there any alternatives available?

Other than oral medications, Vitaros cream might be a good alternative if you’re looking for something that doesn’t need to be ingested.

Vitaros is applied into the opening at the tip of the penis with a single-use applicator. Whilst it might not be as straight forward as Eroxon, it’s currently available to buy. Alternatively, you can opt for the more traditional methods by browsing our current stock of ED medications.