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by Mark Spiran


In this second test of alprostadil I tried Muse alprostadil in combination with Viagra sildenafil, with my female partner in a session of approximately 100 minutes duration.

As a sexual enhancer, I sometimes make use of 50 mg Viagra sildenafil to help maintain a constant erection for this length of time. In this test, I instead used only 25 mg Viagra sildenafil plus 500 ug Muse alprostadil. Other sources have reported good results with these two treatments combined (see Journal of Andrology, Vol. 26, No. 6, November/December 2005).

Results:
I took the Viagra 30 minutes before our session and the Muse 15 minutes after the Viagra. At session start, prior to any foreplay, I had the beginnings of an erection, presumably from the work of the Muse alprostadil, though my anticipation of activity may have played a psychological role.

During our session, it was easy to maintain a full erection at all times for more than an hour and a half. I experienced almost none of the usual Viagra sildenafil side effects that are common with the higher dosages.

Conclusions: 
The makers of Muse claim alprostadil produces an erection even in the absence of sexual stimulation. My own experience has been that alprostadil produces only a limited effect in such circumstances, but works as an erection enhancer in the usual environment of sexual encounters.

The combination of Viagra sildenafil and Muse alprostadil plus sexual stimulation works effectively and with fewer sildenafil side effects than when using a higher dosage of Viagra sildenafil alone.


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by Mark Spiran


I ordered my Muse alprostadil through my usual doctor during a visit to his office. The Muse 125 strength wasn't offered. I ordered the Muse 250, the lowest strength that was shown on the order form.

When I went to pick up my order, the pharmacy had (after calling my doctor) substituted the Muse 500 alprostadil. So that's what I tried. They told me to keep it refrigerated, and the boxes felt cold, so I have no reason to suspect improper storage.

Back home, Muse alprostadil urethral pellet insertion with the plastic applicator went exactly as described in the Muse leaflet. I wanted to give it real test, so against instructions I lay down on my back and avoided any arousing thoughts.

The developers of alprostadil claim it can produce an erection within 5 to 10 minutes in the absence of any sexual stimulation.

(I have normal erections and I use erectile enhancers such as Viagra only when I want to have a longer session without my body losing interest before I do.)

Results:
At 5 minutes I saw absolutely no erection.

At 10 minutes, still no erection. Yes, there was a bit of the urethral stinging and a vague deep dull penile pain the instructions mention, but not enough stinging or pain to really matter. I might not have noticed either symptom if I had not been looking for it.

At 15 minutes, with a total lack of effect I stood up and within a minute I had a half-mast erection. This  lasted as long as I didn't lie on my back. Doing so caused immediate softening of the erection. Curiously, other body positions brought the half-mast erection (and dull pain) right back again.

This state lasted about 70 minutes, then the effect began to wear off, though some residual effect remained for another hour.

Conclusions: 
Muse alprostadil is useful as an enhancer, when used along with sexual stimulation and perhaps an oral dose of Viagra, etc. If you have realistic expectations (and don't lie down on your back) you probably will find it useful.


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