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Urology A dopamine receptor agonist, apomorphine–used for erectile dysfunction, which may improve blood flow to the penis. See Erectile dysfunction, Orgasm.
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For Neil, Uprima means life is worth living again and adds: "I just find sex puts the L in living."
The new pill, named Uprima, has been developed by the American-owned Abbott Laboratories company, which employs almost 2,000 people in Ireland.
Uprima was developed from a treatment for Parkinson's Disease and works in a different way to Viagra.
It will be called Uprima or Ixense in different countries but it won't arrive in Britain until June at the earliest.
A mate mentioned a new drug called Uprima but I haven't been able to find out anything about it.