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  • What should I do if I am having problems achieving/keeping an erection?

    If you suspect you have erectile dysfunction, please see your primary care physician or a urologist.He or she can perform tests to find out what is causing your problem and refer you to a specialist if needed. Once the cause is identified, there are several treatment options to choose from.

    Should My Partner Be Involved In My Treatment?

    It is useful to bring your partner into your treatment program, because ED is a condition that affects relationships and couples early as much as it affects the individual. Working together means you can find a solution that is mutually beneficial and may even speed the process up. Your partner needs to understand your difficulties and should be able to offer you support.

    What Factors Can Influence ED?

    Diseased states like atherosclerosis, high blood pressure, diabetes, neurological disease and some operations can cause the onset of erectile dysfunction. Rectal surgeries, prostate cancer surgery, lower spine or neuro operations can also cause ED. Blood pressure meds, anti depressants and other medications may have an impact on ED. Smoking can also cause it, and is even worse for diabetic patients, as it increases their risk even more.

    What factors increase the risk for ED?

    High blood pressure (hypertension)Diabetes (high blood sugar)High cholesterol Nerve diseases (such as Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis)Surgery or injury (especially prostate, bladder, or rectal surgery)Abnormal hormone levels (testosterone or thyroid)Lifestyle factors (like smoking, drinking alcohol in excess, being overweight, not being physically active, or using recreational drugs)Side effect of some medications (including high blood pressure medication and antihistamines)Emotional or personal issues (such as ongoing stress or relationship problems, depression, or anxiety about sexual performance)

    Does age play a role in ED?

    As men get older, sexual function is more likely to decrease, making ED more common. Getting older by itself does not lead to ED can be treated no matter your age. ED is often caused by other health problems that your doctor should know about, like heart disease or diabetes—which are also more common with age

    ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION SYMPTOMS

    If you are unable to engage in intercourse that is satisfying for yourself and your partner that lasts more than 1-2 minutes prior to orgasm, you have a problem with Premature

    WHAT CAUSES ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?

    If you are unable to engage in intercourse that is satisfying for yourself and your partner that lasts more than 1-2 minutes prior to orgasm, you have a problem with Premature

    WHAT ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION TREATMENTS AND SOLUTIONS ARE AVAILABLE?

    If you are unable to engage in intercourse that is satisfying for yourself and your partner that lasts more than 1-2 minutes prior to orgasm, you have a problem with Premature