Bypass’s are compounded medications using the base medications found in Viagra (Silenafil), Cialis (Tadalafil), and Levitra (Vardenafil). Just like facial tissue is often called Kleenex, these base chemicals are best known by a brand name. Oklahoma Men’s Clinic uses these base chemicals and enhances them with Apo morphine into a compounded tablet known as a troche. Apo morphine is a dopamine, which relaxes your mind. Many men can suffer from the anxiety of not knowing whether or not they can perform. The Apo morphine settles the mind and reduces the chance of sexual anxiety.
Troche’s are used to Bypass, meaning they are placed under the tongue, and absorbed into the body in the large artery’s under the tongue. It takes about 3-5 minutes for the troche to dissolve. This allows the medication to be more completely absorbed (about 30% better than a pill) directly into the blood system. So simply said, we bypass the gastral system, allowing you to eat and drink as you please (meals and drinks bypassed) and give you a quicker more complete response to the medication. This allows men to fully enjoy pre-intercourse activities.
Troches are small squares which are pre-scored into 1/4ths. They are soft and mildly pliable and easy to cut with a sharp knife. They come in 80mg (Cialis/Levitra) and 150mg (Viagra) so they are able to be manipulated into many different doses customized to the user. A good example would be if you require 10mg of Cialis then you cut 1/4thtroche, then cut that ¼ in half losing absolutely no medication in the split. This is something you could never do with a pill. In this example a man could get 8 precise doses from one troche. By custom dosing you can increase or lower the dose easily to fit your situation and needs.
Some men should not take Viagra, Cialis, or Levitra because they are already taking other medicines, have a certain disease or had a medical problem in the past that could be harmful to their overall health. If you are in one of these situations, you should talk with a Oklahoma Men’s Clinic Physician before trying these medications.
Men who have had a stroke or heart attack within the last six months should avoid Viagra, Cialis or Levitra. If you have a history of pubic lesions, STDs and other sexual diseases such as fibrosis, if you have an extremely low blood pressure or high, you could be a risk patient using these medications. People with liver, kidney, or eye disease should not use these medications.
If you take medication for blood pressure, such as alpha-blockers, it is better to have a discussion with a Oklahoma Men’s Clinic Physician before deciding to use Viagra Levitra or Cialis Similarly, men who already use other drugs to help with the erection or other drugs containing nitrates such as nitroglycerin, isosorbide or poppers should not take Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis.