The Food and Drug Administration has approved a new erectile dysfunction drug and makers say it may work faster than other similar drugs.
It's called Stendra, and it's the first erectile dysfunction drug to come out in almost 10 years.
Doctors say patients can get improved function within 15 minutes after taking Stendra.
The FDA says patients taking an erectile dysfunction drug should be aware of rare side effects like sudden loss of vision or hearing.
The FDA says an estimated 30 million men in the U.S. are affected by erectile dysfunction.
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