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A man could try new activities, like swimming. Yard work and gardening count as physical activity. A man’s goal should be to be physically active for 30 minutes a day, at least four days a week.
Your doctor might prescribe testosterone if your levels of this hormone are low. It won't help if circulation or nerve problems cause your ED.
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Yes, penile pumps (also known as ED pumps) are over-the-counter devices that work to treat erectile dysfunction (ED), similar to Viagra.
Stendra, the newest PDE5 inhibitor on the market, has fewer side effects and drug interactions than the older, more established prescription drugs. It is the only drug on this list that is not available in a generic form.
Innerbody Research does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You must consult your own medical professional.
The best-suited treatment can be advised by the doctor after a thorough diagnosis only.
Urologists are the doctors that can examine, diagnose and treat your erectile dysfunction (ED).
If a medication is causing your ED, your doctor may lower your dose or try a different drug.