Both mentally and physically, the past year has been a challenging time for Australians. Between last summer’s bushfires and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many people have had to put their personal health and happiness on the back burner to prioritise with other matters this year.
Fortunately, things have improved across the country, which means that now is an excellent time to re-focus on yourself and make sure that you feel your best going into 2021. Whether you’ve been putting off a dental appointment or ignoring an ongoing problem with your sexual health, now is your chance to sort everything out and end 2020 on a high.
In particular, if you’ve been experiencing problems in the bedroom, make sure you treat them before the new year begins. In this post, we’re giving you some tips and resources for how to get help with sexual performance issues like erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation. Read on to learn how you can say goodbye to sexual dysfunction before the new year begins.
Keep track of your symptoms
When you’re dealing with a sexual disorder, thinking about it is probably the last thing you want to do. However, in order to get better, you need to have a good understanding of what you’re experiencing and be able to share the details with a medical professional.
As you think about your sex life, consider how impactful your sexual dysfunction has been. Whether it’s premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, or both, you should try to answer the following questions for yourself before meeting with a doctor:
- How often are you able to get an erection?
- How well are you able to maintain your erection?
- How often are you able to climax?
- How long have you been having difficulties with your sexual performance?
Some men feel hesitant about voicing these concerns to a doctor. But the truth is that sexual disorders are pervasive among men of all ages, so there’s no reason to be ashamed.
If you think that you might have a problem with your sexual health, you can take a quick self-assessment on the Men’s Health Clinic website. Depending on your responses, we might suggest setting up a time to chat with one of our experienced and knowledgable doctors to discuss treatment options for your condition.
Discuss your concerns with your partner
When left untreated, sexual dysfunction can cause frustration for you and your partner in the bedroom. If it goes on for a while, those bedroom problems can turn into deeper issues in your marriage or relationship and cause irreparable damage.
That’s why it’s important to have open and honest conversations with your partner about what you’re experiencing. You might think that you’re doing a good job of hiding your sexual performance problems, but chances are that your partner has noticed and would be supportive of you getting help.
If nothing else, talking about your struggles with your partner should offer a sense of relief to get the burden off your chest. Together, you can think about a plan to improve your issues in the bedroom — starting with professional medical help.
Make a commitment to yourself to get help
As we’ve just mentioned, untreated sexual dysfunction can affect both you and your partner. However, you’re the only one who can seek out treatment for your health concerns. Making a commitment to yourself to get help is a simple way to start feeling better and regaining your sexual confidence.
If you’re unsure about reaching out to your regular GP for help, you have the choice to work with a specialist men’s health clinic instead. At Men’s Health Clinic, we understand that sexual disorders are often difficult for men to accept and ask for help. Our team of knowledgable doctors and medical staff are here to guide you through the process and make sure that you get the help you need.
How to get treatment for premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction
Getting treatment for premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction doesn’t have to be complicated or intimidating. In fact, you don’t even need to visit your usual doctor to get help. Instead, you can speak with a specialist at an online ED and PE clinic such as Men’s Health Clinic — without even leaving your home.
When you’re ready to take the first step with Men’s Health Clinic, you’ll first need to answer some simple questions through our online self-assessment. The questions are in line with the ones we outlined above, so you should be able to complete the assessment quickly.
Following that, we will review your answers and determine whether or not further action is needed from you. If we believe that you might have a sexual disorder, we’ll ask you to arrange a confidential consultation with the Men’s Health Clinic medical team. During this time, one of our Australian licenced doctors will ask about your relevant medical history and the particular sexual issues that you’re having.
At this point, your doctor will hand down a diagnosis (if needed) and begin creating your customised treatment plan. At Men’s Health Clinic, we recognise that each man’s situation is different, and the most effective way to treat an individual is by creating a tailored plan that’s designed just for him.
Depending on your particular condition, your doctor might prescribe medication as part of your treatment. In that case, the Men’s Health Clinic team will fill your prescriptions and ship them straight to you in discreet packaging. From there, you’re free to begin treatment and start feeling better in the bedroom. As you complete your program, our team will stay in touch via monthly check-ins to ensure that you see the results that you want.
At Men’s Health Clinic, we have helped more than 5,000 Australian men take back control over their sex lives and conquer sexual dysfunction. Learn how we can achieve similar success for you by calling us today on 1300 707 998 or visiting our website.