Our patients often undergo a full body exam to determine whether they have early cardiovascular disease, vascular disease or a metabolic condition such as diabetes.
Erectile dysfunction is a potential complication following prostate cancer treatments. The nerves that control an erection lie very close to the prostate and may be injured during treatment. However, some men may regain their previous level of erectile function with nerve-sparing procedures. But it may take up to a year while some men may never recover their ability to have a natural erection. .
This depends on whether you know what it is causing your ED. There are some things you can do that may help prevent ED, including: Avoid drinking too much alcohol, smoking, or abusing drugs. Ask your doctor if ED is a side effect of a new or current medicine you are taking. He or she may have an alternative medicine. Control your blood sugar and blood pressure. Try to relax and avoid stress.
Yes, prescription medication, telemedicine, and telehealth visits are eligible for reimbursement with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA) and health reimbursement arrangement (HRA).
ED can be experienced intermittently and can be related to the efficiency of blood flow which typically improves with treatment. ED can sometimes come back without warning, after its symptoms appear to have gone.
As with vardenafil, doctors do not recommend tadalafil for men with the following conditions: Unstable angina (chest pain due to coronary artery disease that occurs at rest or with minimal physical exertion) Low blood pressure (resting systolic blood pressure less than 90 mm Hg) Uncontrolled high blood pressure (greater than 170/110 mm Hg) Recent stroke or heart attack (within six months) Uncontrolled, potentially life-threatening abnormal heart rhythms Severe liver disease Severe heart failure or disease of the heart valves (for example, aortic stenosis) Retinitis pigmentosa
A variety of testosterone therapies are available, including oral, topical (gel, spray, patch), intramuscular, and pellets. The patient should review the advantages and disadvantages of each of these with a physician, as well as the health risks and benefits of testosterone therapy.
In the majority of cases, erectile dysfunction occurs when blood flow to the penis is inhibited either by cardiovascular problems or poor nerve signalling. Healthy arousal engorges the penile tubes (corpora cavernosum) with arterial blood causing it to stiffen and become erect. The engorged corpora occlude the venous outflow of blood, creating a rigid or full erection. Erection dysfunction occurs when there is either poor influx of arterial blood or efflux of venous blood (venous leak).
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With urethral suppositories, a small medicated pellet, about the size of a grain of rice, is inserted into the urine passage. While fast and relatively easy, it is only about 30 percent to 65 percent effective. Known as MUSE (medicated urethral system for erection), this option takes five to 20 minutes to achieve an erection and is often used in men who take blood thinners and who cannot use the self-injection option.
Other things like stopping smoking, eating a healthy diet (heart healthy with adequate vitamin intake), and exercising daily may reduce a person's risk.
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Ans. There needs to be proper blood flow in the groin to make it hard or cause an erection. Working out improves the blood flow and helps in erection. But if you’re excessively working out or have any diseases like Peyronie disease, or low libido, then you still can find problems in erection.
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