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Based on the severity of the ED issue, your doctor will suggest treatments from least to most invasive. Something as simple as making healthy lifestyle changes (such as quitting smoking, reducing alcohol consumption, and losing weight) may help to solve the issue.
Without adequate blood flow, erection problems can occur. In some cases, the erection is weak. In others, the man is unable to have an erection at all.
Viagra (sildenafil) is usually the first-line therapy for erectile dysfunction in the United States and is available only on prescription. Although Viagra is the most effective medication for men with ED, some may not want to use it or cannot use it due to their side effects or the risk of reactions with other drugs they consume.
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Pelvic floor muscle exercises, or Kegel exercises, help strengthen these muscles.
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Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common problem a problem among many men especially as they get older.
Certain feelings can interfere with normal sexual function, including feeling nervous about or self-conscious about sex, feeling stressed either at home or at work, or feeling troubled in your current sexual relationship. In these cases, treatment incorporating psychological counseling with you and your sexual partner may be successful. One episode of failure, regardless of cause, may propagate further psychological distress, leading to further erectile failure. Los of desire or interest in sexual activity can be psychological or due to low testosterone levels.
There are a number of oral medications available for ED sufferers with diabetes. These include Viagra, Sildenafil, Cialis, Tadalafil, Levitra and Spedra. The most suitable of these treatments will vary according to the individual although there is some evidence to suggest that Levitra might be the best choice for diabetics. Which erectile dysfunction (ED) pill is the best for people suffering from high blood pressure?
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You can start by lying down, standing, or sitting down as per your preferences. After that, clench your bulbocavernosus muscles and pause for like 2 3 minutes. Repeat this routine four to five times. Doing this three times for better results. If you do Kegels every day you will surely see some positive after-effects on ED issues. There are also some mistakes that need to be avoided while performing kegel exercises.
Only 10 percent of men seek treatment and many (50 percent) discontinue treatment once they start it because they are too embarrassed to discuss their sexual health issues with a doctor. There is no need to suffer in silence.
While erectile dysfunction can occur at any age, the risk of developing erectile dysfunction increases with age. According to the Massachusetts Male Aging Study, the prevalence of erectile dysfunction was 52% in men 40-70 years of age and the prevalence of complete erectile dysfunction increases from 5% at 40 years of age to 15% among men 70 years of age and older.
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