The FDA recently approved the new erectile dysfunction (ED) drug Stendra – the first of its kind to hit the market in a decade. The pill works similarly to Viagra, Cialis, and other ED drugs by boosting blood flow to the penis, but it takes only 30 minutes to be effective, compared with the hour often needed for the others. Some trials even show that Stendra can work in 15 minutes. "Stendra doesn't seem to function much differently than Viagra, but it does have a quicker onset of action, which many men will find advantageous," says Dr. Robert Mordkin, chief of urology at Virginia Hospital Center.