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    What is it for?

    Virirec is available in doses of 300 μg of alprostadile in 100 mg of cream. Virirec is used to treat erectile dysfunction in 18-year-old or older men. Erectile dysfunction is the inability to achieve or maintain an adequate erection to have sex. There are several causes of erectile dysfunction, including medications that may be taking for other disorders, poor blood circulation in the penis, nerve damage, emotional problems, smoking or alcohol abuse, and hormonal problems. Erectile dysfunction is often attributable to more than one cause. Erectile dysfunction treatments include drug change, if you are taking a medication that causes erectile dysfunction, prescription of medicines or medical devices that produce an erection, surgical procedures to correct blood flow to the penis, penis implants, and psychological help. After the Virirec application, the beginning of the erection occurs within 5 to 30 minutes. You should not suspend any prescribed medication unless your doctor tells you.


    Do not use Virirec

    • if you have underlying disorders such as drop in blood pressure when you pass from sitting or lying to an erect position, history of a heart attack and syncope (mareos).

    • if you are allergic to alprostadilo or any of the other components of this medication (on the list in section 6).

    • if you have a disorder that may cause a prolonged erection or disorder such as anemia or sickle cell trait, thrombocytopenia, polycytemia or multiple myeloma, or leukemia.

    • if you have a penis abnormally

    • if you have an inflammation or penis infection

    • if it is prone to venous thrombosis

    • if you have a hyperviscosity syndrome that could cause a prolonged erection

    • if you have been told to avoid sex for health reasons such as heart problems or a recent stroke.

    • if your partner is pregnant, breastfeeding or fertile, unless you use a condom.

    Warnings and precautions

    See your doctor or pharmacist before you start taking Virirec if you have a history of the following local effects that have been observed with the use of Virirec:

    • Protracted erections during 4 hours (priapism)

    • Symptom hypotension (mothers)

    • Hepatic and/or renal insufficiency, a lower dose may be needed due to altered metabolism

    • Failure

    A condom should be used in the following situations:

    • Your partner is pregnant or breastfeeding

    • Your partner is in fertile age

    • To prevent sexually transmitted diseases.

    • During oral sex and anal sex

    Only latex condoms have been studied. It is unknown if condoms made with other materials could be damaged.

    Use of Virirec with other medicines

    Tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking, have recently taken, or may have to take any other medication.

    The use of Virirec with other drugs to treat erectile dysfunction has not been studied. Therefore, if you take other medications for erectile dysfunction, do not combine them with Virirec as signs that include dizziness, decay and prolonged erections may occur. Virirec has not been evaluated for use with penis implants or soothing of the smooth muscle, such as papaverin, drugs used to induce erections, such as alpha blocker drugs (e.g., fentolamine, intracavernous thymoxamine). There is a risk of priapism (long abnormal painful erection) when used in combination.

    Although not studied, Virirec may have less effect when used in combination with treatments for high blood pressure, decongestives and appetite suppressants.

    If you are taking drugs to prevent blood clots, do not use Virirec as there may be an increase in the risk of bleeding or the appearance of blood in urine.

    In combination with a high blood pressure medication, the use of Virirec could increase the symptoms of dizziness and fainting, especially in older patients.

    Pregnancy, breastfeeding and fertility

    There are no data regarding the use of Virirec in pregnant women. Pregnant women should not be exposed to Virirec.

    The use of Virirec during breastfeeding is not recommended.

    It is not known if Virirec has any effect on human male fertility.

    Driving and using machines

    Virirec can make him feel dizzy or faint. Do not drive or use machines within 1 to 2 hours of administration.


    Follow the administration instructions of this medicine indicated by your doctor. In case of doubt, consult your doctor or pharmacist again.

    Virirec is available in doses of 300 μg of alprostadile in 100 mg of cream. Virirec should be used when you need it to get an erection. Each pack of Virirec AccuDose is for a single use and should be removed properly after it.

    For an erection: the doctor should recommend the initial dose. Do not adjust the dose on your own. See your doctor, who will instruct you about the appropriate technique for managing and adjusting your dose.

    Do not use Virirec more than 2-3 times in a week and only once within a 24 hour period.

    The beginning of the effect occurs within 5 to 30 minutes after administration. The effect usually lasts between 1 and 2 hours. However, the actual duration may vary among patients.

    It is recommended to urinate before applying the medication. After removing the cap from the container (capuchon), apply all the Virirec content in the hole of the tip of the penis within 5 to 30 minutes before attempting the coitut following the instructions below:

    1. Wash your hands before applying Virirec. Remove the AccuDose package from the envelope completely scraping the closure from the center to the top edge. Save the envelope to later remove the AccuDose package used.

    2. Rub the applicator into your hands so that the contents of the container reach ambient temperature. This step can be avoided if the envelope is removed from the fridge in advance (not exceeding the limit set in section 5 Conservation of Virirec) so that the content reaches room temperature.

    3. Turn the piston several times ensuring that it slides easily. Then remove the AccuDose pack cap.

    If you have any type of concerns concerning where and how you can use JBHNews, you could call us at our own webpage. 4. Take the tip of the penis with one hand and press it slightly to enlarge the hole of the tip of the penis, while remaining in vertical position (see Fig. 4). Note: If you are not circumcised, remove the forehead first and keep it removed before extending the penis hole.

    5. Hold the cylinder of the AccuDose container between your fingers and, without inserting it into the penis, approximate the tip of the container as close as possible from the hole of the penis so that the cream passes to the urethra (conduct that connects with the bladder and transports and expels urine and semen outside the body). Remember to apply all the cream of the container slowly but firmly, push the piston with your fleas or finger until the whole cream comes out to the hole of the tip of the penis and penetrate into the urethra. Note: It is important that the whole cream pass to the urethra, but be careful not to insert the tip of the AccuDose container into the hole of the tip of the penis.

    6. Keep the penis in an erect position for approximately 30 seconds to allow the penetration of the cream. There is likely to be some cream that initially does not burn in the hole of the penis tip. Any excess left around the penis with the help of the finger should be retroinduced in the hole. Do not use a second AccuDose package to compensate for the undispensed cream inside the hole of the penis tip. Do not urinate immediately after the application due to the risk that the medication will go out and not effect.

    7. Remember that each dose of Virirec is suitable only for one administration. Place the closing capsule again in the AccuDose container and deposit within the open envelope, wrap and remove according to local regulations

    8. Virirec can irritate his eyes. Wash your hands after applying Virirec.

    Children and adolescents

    Virirec is not indicated for use in children or in individuals under 18 years of age.

    If you use more Virirec than you should

    No overdose has been reported with Virirec requiring treatment. Overdose with Virirec could cause a drop in blood pressure, fainting, dizziness, persistent pain in the penis and possible prolongation of erection with a duration exceeding 4 hours. This can cause a permanent deterioration of the erectile function. Call your doctor immediately if you experience any of these effects.

    If you have any questions, consult your doctor or pharmacist.


    Like all medications, this medicine can cause adverse effects, although not all people suffer.

    If you get a prolonged erection of more than 4 hours, please contact your doctor immediately.

    Your doctor may reduce your dose of Virirec and stop your treatment.

    Frequent adverse reactions (can affect more than 1 in 10 patients):


    • Mild to moderate local pain, scozor or pain and penis redness

    • Skin rash

    • Genital pruritus

    • Penis eema

    • Inflammation of the gland (balanitis)

    • Penisan tingling, penis numbness, scozor

    Your partner:

    -Scozor or vaginal itching, vaginitis

    This effect could be due to the drug or vaginal penetration. The use of a water-based lubricant could facilitate vaginal penetration.

    Uncommon but potentially serious adverse reactions (can affect up to 1 in 100 patients):


    • Vahídos/mareos

    • Protracted erection for more than 4 hours

    • Failure

    • Low blood pressure or fast pulse

    • Pain of the application area or in a limb

    • Uretral stenosis

    • Increased sensitivity

    • Penisian Picor

    • Genital rash

    • Scrotum pain

    • Genital plenity

    • Lack of penis sensation

    • Inflammation of the urinary tract

    Your partner: vulvovaginal prurito

    * Increased sexual/physical activity in combination with Virirec may increase the risk of heart attack or stroke in patients with underlying disease/risk factors (see section 2).

    If you experience adverse effects, see your doctor or pharmacist, even if it is adverse effects that do not appear on this prospect.

    Duration of adverse effects:

    Most of the effects are short-lived and are resolved within 1 to 2 hours.

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