The only patch for erectile dysfunction that can be said to work is the testosterone patch, available with a doctor’s prescription if you are diagnosed as having low testosterone. These will work within a couple of weeks for most men, although individual results vary.
If you have results within a week you may also be more sensitive to the side effects of the medication like headaches, mood swings and nausea. These will wear off as your body becomes used to the hormone.
Patches provide smaller doses and so will take longer to work than an injection every second week. One injection may produce results, while results may take seven to ten days to be noticeable with a patch.
It can take as much as three months for all the symptoms of low testosterone to disappear, so remain patient.
We do not have any evidence other types of erectile dysfunction patches work at all. You’d be better considering one of the many other options for erectile dysfunction treatment from oral pills to injections or gels to herbal supplements like Herbal Ignite.