Retaking Control With Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Diagnosis,Erectile,Dysfunction,Written,In,The,Diagnostic,Form,And,Pills. Have you ever struggled with an erection? It happens to most men at some point, but if it becomes a recurring instance, it can significantly affect your happiness and self-confidence. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is not something most men like to talk about, but it is highly common. In fact, roughly half of men between 40 and 70 will suffer from it, though it can occur in men in their 20s and 30s as well.

Read on to discover the causes of ED and possible treatment options that can help restore proper function.

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction occurs when inadequate blood flow prevents a male from obtaining or maintaining an erection. Both physical and psychological factors can be at play, including obstructions, obesity, anxiety, and high stress levels.

Hormonal imbalances, such as low testosterone, can also contribute to ED. It is important to work with an experienced men’s health doctor who can properly diagnose your cause, so you can receive the right treatment.

Common ED Symptoms

  • Difficulty achieving an erection
  • Difficulty maintaining an erection
  • Erections are not firm enough for sex
  • A reduced libido
  • Complete lack of sexual desire
  • The inability to ejaculate or delayed ejaculation

Whether you have one or all of these symptoms, it’s important to acknowledge the impact ED can have on your mental health. Couples may struggle with infertility due to ED, and men may withdraw from their partners because they are embarrassed or ashamed of their struggle.

Know that there is nothing wrong with you for suffering from erectile dysfunction. Even if your ED is “all in your head,” it is still a valid condition that deserves treatment. Luckily, there are many options available that can help address the physical and psychological causes of erectile dysfunction.

How To Treat Erectile Dysfunction

Treatment options range from prescription medications like Viagra® and Cialis® to testosterone replacement therapy. If an underlying medical condition is causing ED, then addressing that issue will likely resolve the problem.

For those whose ED is psychological, psychosexual counseling can be beneficial. Your doctor will discuss all your options to help you find the right solution.

Contact The Oregon Man Clinics Today

If you struggle with any level of ED, it’s okay to ask for help. You can make your appointment with The Oregon Man Clinics today. Our men’s health experts in Bend (541-508-4858), Eugene/Springfield, OR, (541-505-8773 )are here to help.

You can also complete our online contact form. Don’t hide your ED any longer; seek treatment so you can feel confident and enjoy physical intimacy again.

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