11. Levitra (Vardenafil) [Prescribing Information]. Research Triangle Park, NC: GlaxoSmithKline; November 2018.
Before we dive into the exercises, you should know that you are one of many people struggling to get hard or keep an erection. .
Sildenafil use has also been associated with various adverse effects especially owing to its vasodilator properties. Caution should be exercised in patients with one or more risk factors for cardiovascular or cerebrovascular disease, which include myocardial infarction, cardiac arrest, angina, ventricular tachycardia, hypertension, and other cardiac symptoms. Concomitant use with organic nitrates (e.g., glyceryl trinitrate, isosorbide dinitrate) has also resulted in cardiac deaths, possibly due to sildenafil potentiating the nitrates hypotensive effects (4, 5, 13).
These findings suggest that patients who present with ED and CV risk factors should be evaluated for silent CVD and should undergo a thorough CV evaluation.
GAINSWave is a proven protocol for men that improves sexual performance and keeps the penis healthy.
The pressure applied to the pelvic floor during these activities can result in nerve and vascular damage that may inhibit erections.
No doctor’s referral is needed and you can request an appointment online directly.
GovernanceAwardsAffiliated SocietiesPast PresidentsHistoryExecutive OfficeContact
Knee fallouts. Start by lying down, knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Clench your lower pelvic muscles, and lower one knee sideways towards the floor. Repeat five times on each knee.Supine foot raises. These might not sound like a penis-related exercise, because they're not, but it helps with pelvic floor activation. Start in the knee fallout pose, then slowly raise one foot, keeping your torso still. Slowly lower, and repeat with the other leg.Pelvic curl. You might know these as bridges, and this one also starts with the same technique of lying on your back, legs hip-width apart. Squeeze and lift your buttocks in the air, keeping your hip width stable, tensing the pelvic floor muscles. Slowly lower, and repeat.Tips for maximising the sexual benefits of Kegel exercises
It is claimed that Kegel exercises can help men who suffer from erection problems in many ways; To help them be able to develop and maintain an erection. To help solve premature ejaculation. To give men more control during and after urinating. It can also improve the quality of the orgasm. It can help build a healthier prostrate. It improves the blood flow surrounding the penis. How the Exercises help with Erectile Dysfunction
24. de Tejada IS, Anglin G, Knight JR, et al. Effects of tadalafil on erectile dysfunction in men with diabetes. Diabetes Care. 2002;25(12):2159-2164.
Exercise is good for the circulatory system. It keeps blood flowing smoothly throughout the body.
The idea of using low-energy shock waves to treat erectile dysfunction comes from studies that show that these types of shocks help heart blood vessels regrow, a process called revascularization. Shock wave therapy may also work on the penis, and there have been some promising results, but it’s not currently an approved ED treatment. "It’s similar to the type of shock waves used to break up kidney stones, and it may cause revascularization,” says Bennett. “However, there are not yet any good controlled studies to recommend it to patients."
We understand your concerns and can answer your questions about male sexual issues. We’ve heard it all before, and we can find the answers—and the treatment—that is personally best for you.
Resistance training (which includes weightlifting) has also been shown to help improve cardiovascular health. And as we’ve mentioned, cardiovascular health is intrinsically linked to erectile health.
In their extensive review, Bassil and coworkers summarise the benefits and risks, with benefits such as improvement of sexual function, bone density, muscle strength, cognition and overall improvement in quality of life. Among the risks that have been suggested include erythrocytosis, liver toxicity, worsening of sleep apnoea and cardiac function, possibly increasing symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). They also note that although a possibility of stimulation of prostate cancer has been hypothesised, no scientific or clinical evidence exists to this possible risk.38