With 2021 quickly approaching, now is the perfect time to get your end-of-year plans in order and think about what’d like to accomplish in the new year. It’s clear that 2020 has been an unusual year, but it has also helped many people realise what their real priorities are.
If you aren’t happy with your sexual performance, it’s time to address your concerns so you can go into the new year feeling like a new you in the bedroom. Whether you’re struggling with premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, you have the power to take back control of your sex life.
In this post, we’ll outline the basics of premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction. We’ll also share why you should seek treatment if you think you might have one of these sexual disorders. Finally, we’ll also offer tips and resources to get help so you can leave sexual dysfunction behind in 2020.
What is premature ejaculation?
Premature ejaculation (or PE) is a medical condition in which a man reaches orgasm earlier than he and his partner would like. Often, this occurs within the first few minutes of sexual activity. In Australia, it is believed that premature ejaculation impacts roughly 21-31% of men.
Most of the time, premature ejaculation is caused by a variety of psychological factors that affect a man’s mental state as he is engaging in sex. Depression, anxiety, and worries about sexual performance are often to blame for premature ejaculation. Physical factors like an oversensitive penis can also play a role.
The good news is that premature ejaculation is entirely treatable. We’ll discuss popular PE treatment options and how to access them at the end of this article.
What is erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction (or ED) is another common sexual disorder faced by men around the world. Medical professionals define it as a condition in which a man has difficulty getting or maintaining an adequate erection for sexual activity. It’s the most prevalent type of sexual dysfunction, with about one million Australian men experiencing it.
Like premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction can also be caused by a number of psychogenic factors, including depression, anxiety, and stress. It is also linked to various physical health problems, including diabetes, heart disease, and multiple sclerosis (MS).
Fortunately, erectile dysfunction is also quite easy to treat. Keep reading to learn where you can find treatment options near you.
Why you shouldn’t put off treatment until 2021
Whether you have premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction, you shouldn’t delay in getting treatment. When you don’t feel confident about your sexual performance, it can create serious, wide-reaching damage in other aspects of your life.
For instance, persistent feelings of inadequacy in the bedroom can contribute to depression and anxiety. At the same time, it can also cause problems in your relationship or marriage. If sexual dysfunction goes untreated for long enough, it may even lead to divorce.
As we head into summer and the new year, it’s a great time to reassess how you’re feeling mentally and physically. If you feel like your sexual health could be improved, then getting help is the best way to go into 2021.
How to access treatment for sexual dysfunction
In the past, getting treatment for a sexual disorder was an overly complicated ordeal that required visiting your GP’s office and chatting about your concerns. That’s no longer the case, as treatment options have become discreet and easy to access.
Instead of making an in-person appointment with your doctor, you can book time at an online PE or ED clinic such as Men’s Health Clinic. These medical practices are designed to make it easy to seek treatment for your most sensitive health concerns.
At Men’s Health Clinic, we specialise in the diagnosis of men’s health problems such as premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and low testosterone. Our team of doctors are experienced in the field and will approach your medical situation with patience and understanding.
When you schedule an appointment with Men’s Health Clinic, you’ll be able to chat with our Australian licenced doctors from the comfort of your home or workplace, at a time that is convenient for you.
You’ll start by taking our online self-assessment, which will ask questions about your current symptoms and how they are affecting your sex life and general mindset. From there, you’ll be asked to schedule a consultation if your answers reveal that you might have an issue with premature ejaculation or erectile dysfunction.
As you talk with one of our medical professionals, you’ll receive a diagnosis (if necessary) and learn about viable treatment options, depending on your overall health and your particular sexual disorder. At this point, the Men’s Health Clinic team may recommend lifestyle changes and prescription medications to improve your condition.
If medication is required, our pharmacy team will fill your prescriptions and ship them directly to your door in plain packaging. Your doctor will instruct you on how you use your medication, and you will be able to begin your treatment as soon as you receive it.
As you start your treatment plan, the Men’s Health Clinic will be in touch to keep track of your progress and adjust your medication if needed. You’ll have the ability to set up monthly check-ins to ensure that you’re on the path to feeling your best as you enter the new year.
Men all across Australia have used Men’s Health Clinic to alleviate their problems with sexual dysfunction and start feeling more confident about themselves and their sexual performance. With accessible and affordable treatment options, a better sex life is just a few steps away.
To learn more about Men’s Health Clinic, visit our website or call us today on 1300 959 733. You can also initiate an online chat on our website to find out more about us. We are available from Monday through Friday between 9 am and 8 pm, on Saturday between 10 am and 1 pm, and on Sunday by appointment.