What Is Avanafil Used For?

Can Children Use Avanafil?

Avanafil is not approved for use in people younger than 18 years old. It has not been studied in this age group, and should not be used in children.
 

Can Women Use It?

Avanafil is not approved for use in women. It has not been adequately studied in women.
 

Is It Safe for Older Adults to Use Avanafil?

Avanafil has been studied in older adult men. In clinical studies, about 23 percent of men were 65 years of age or older. Men who were older than age 65 did not appear to respond to the medication any differently than those younger than 65 years old.
 

What About Off-Label Uses?

On occasion, a healthcare provider may recommend avanafil for something other than treating erectile dysfunction. This is called an "off-label" use. Based on uses of other PDE5 inhibitors, avanafil may be prescribed off-label to treat:
 
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