New research suggests that you might be able to reverse erectile dysfunction without medication.
But before taking the test let’s understand what Erectile dysfunction is and why it is important to get it tested on time? .
Erectile dysfunction is extremely common, and many men will experience it at some point in their lifetime. Healthy lifestyle habits are an excellent starting point for treating erectile dysfunction. Strengthening your muscles and consuming a healthy diet can improve your cardiovascular health as well as your erectile function.
Currently, penile implants are the closest thing to a natural erection that we can do through through treatment. Implants are clearly the winner for overall satisfaction rates with around 95 percent satisfaction (compared to 50 percent for pills, 40 percent for injections, and 20 percent for vacuum devices). *McCabe MP, et al. (2016) Incidence and prevalence of sexual dysfunction in women
Adopt a regular exercise program, and your general health will improve. Working out may even help you stave off serious conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes, which sometimes require medications that inhibit arousal. These two medical conditions also can damage the tiny arteries in the penis, resulting in erectile dysfunction. In fact, erectile dysfunction is often one of the first noticeable side effects of high blood pressure and diabetes.
A variety of testosterone therapies are available, including oral, topical (gel, spray, patch), intramuscular, and pellets. 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.
According to Harvard Health Publishing, walking for 30 minutes a day can slash a man’s likelihood of developing ED. Research shows that men who take 30-minute daily walks have a 41 percent lower risk of erectile dysfunction than men who don’t go for walks. Men don’t have to live in the gym to see benefits from exercise for ED.
Blood levels of testosterone, prolactin, FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone), LH (luteinising hormone) and thyroid hormones will normally be measured.
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It’s important to visit a doctor to see if there is an underlying cause for your Erectile Dysfunction, and to discuss Erectile Dysfunction treatment.
If you are experiencing erectile issues, it is important to speak with your physician. There could be a health condition contributing to your erectile dysfunction. A men’s health specialist will play an active role in your health and treatment plan for ED. Top 5 Common Causes of ED Vascular disease Endocrine disorders Medications Pelvic surgery Neurological disorders ED & Vascular Disease
Erectile Dysfunction is seen because of not having a good blood flow in the body and especially in the male reproductive area. By having a nutritious and healthy food diet, one can improve the blood flow for better functioning and curing ED at home.
Also talk to the doctor if it's painful to get an erection or difficult because your penis is curved (a condition called Peyronie's disease).
Picture of rigid penile implant. Two rigid cylinders have been placed into the penis. This type of implant has no inflation mechanism but provides adequate rigidity to the penis to allow penetration.
One of the most important causes for ED is vascular disease; examples include diabetes (Types I and II), high blood-pressure, high cholesterol/lipids, tobacco use, obesity, and lack of exercise. All of these conditions can lead to impaired response of the blood vessels responsible for controlling penile erection. There is evidence that men who have vascular disease and make healthy lifestyle changes (e.g. increasing exercise, losing weight, quitting smoking) may experience improvement in erectile function. It is important to remember that whatever is good for the heart is also good for the penis.
“The healthier you are, the better your erections are going to be,” Dr. Baumgarten says.
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