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What Is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction, also known as ED or impotence, is a condition where men cannot achieve or maintain an erection. Erectile Dysfunction is caused by a number of factors ranging from physical, psychological, emotional and environmental. The condition is fairly common, especially in older men. The severity ranges from mild where it happens on occasions to severe where men cannot achieve an erection at all.
Even though it is fairly common, there is a stigma surrounding the condition preventing men from seeking help or treatment for the condition. This can lead to prolonged sexual and emotional frustration, particularly when the cause isn’t obvious.
What Causes Erectile Dysfunction?
A lot of causes may lead to erectile dysfunction, mainly physical. Different injuries or diseases such as Parkinson’s or MS may affect the blood flow to the penis, leading to ED. Lifestyle factors such as excessive drinking, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes and high cholesterol may also lead to impotence.
Erectile Dysfunction may also develop as a side effect of different treatments, such as prostate cancer therapy and various prescription drugs. If you notice symptoms of ED after starting a new therapy, consult your doctor.
Excessive smoking, drinking and drug abuse have also been linked to Erectile Dysfunction. Hormone changes may also lead to ED, particularly low testosterone levels.
Apart from physical factors, there are numerous psychological and emotional factors that could contribute to the development of Erectile Dysfunction. Conditions such as stress, anxiety or depression as well as relationship or self-esteem issues could all lead to ED if not addressed. Therefore, it is important to seek counselling if you think you may be suffering from ED as a result of these conditions.
What Is The Most Effective Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?
When it comes to Erectile Dysfunction treatment, there are several options to choose from. The most obvious is changing the habits that led to developing ED. Start exercising, changing your diet and limiting alcohol intake. If you don’t notice any improvements after a while, you should consider ED treatments.
There are a number of treatments for Erectile Dysfunction, each with different benefits. The most widely used one is Viagra (generic Sildenafil) which takes effect 30 minutes after consumption and lasts between four and five hours. Another popular ED treatment is Cialis, which boasts an incredible 36 hours of effectiveness.
While most treatments are prescription-only, there are over-the-counter alternatives such as Viagra Connect. These drugs work by promoting the blood flow to the penis, helping men get and keep an erection. Your doctor will recommend the best drug based on your case.
If ED treatments aren’t suitable for you due to various health conditions or drug intolerance, you may try alternative treatments such as vacuum constriction devices or cognitive behavioural therapy.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Viagra?
Viagra is the most popular Erectile Dysfunction treatment, available at True Medical in branded and generic form (Sildenafil). You should take Viagra at least half an hour before planned intercourse for it to take effect.
What Is Cialis?
Cialis is also a highly popular ED treatment and lasts for 36 hours, giving men a wider window to take it before planned intercourse. Cialis is available in both branded and generic forms (Tadalafil).
Is There A Cure For Erectile Dysfunction?
Contrary to the common misconception, erectile dysfunction treatments only help when you are sexually motivated. Therefore, you need to take the pill before a planned sexual activity and give your penis enough stimulation so you can achieve an erection. Therefore, many believe that Viagra and Cialis will not only help them achieve and maintain an erection but also increase their sex drive. This is why many consume it with alcohol, which is strictly advised against.
These treatments are highly effective in temporarily eliminating the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, but will not cure it completely. They simply improve the blood pressure in the penis, making it easier to keep an erection throughout the intercourse. However, they will not help treat the underlying condition causing it, whether it’s physiological or physical in nature.
While it is often referred to as a “magic pill”, Viagra is not a long-term solution for erectile dysfunction. However, both Viagra and Cialis can help improve the symptoms in some ED patients who are suffering from this condition due to a lack of self-esteem or personal insecurity. As such, Viagra can be a great stepping stone in resolving the underlying emotional issues causing erectile dysfunction.
Therefore, while taking one of these drugs is the best way to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction, it is very important to identify and address the underlying issue and treat it along with taking Viagra or Cialis in order to ensure successful ED treatment.
Who Can Get Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction is an issue men of any age can experience. Even though it is commonly associated with old age, erectile dysfunction affects up to 50% of men under 50 years of age, research has shown. In fact, erectile dysfunction can be one of the earliest signs of Cardiovascular Disease and diabetes.
Are Erectile Dysfunction And Premature Ejaculation The Same?
Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation are not the same conditions. With Erectile Dysfunction, a man struggles to achieve and maintain an erection while with premature ejaculation, a man cannot control his orgasm. Therefore, the treatments for erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation are different. Fortunately, you can find them all on True Medical.
When Should I See A Doctor About Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction is usually a temporary issue and should not be a cause for concern. Over half of all men over the age of 40 are affected by erectile dysfunction at one point in their lives. However, if the symptoms do not resolve on their own, you should see your doctor and check whether erectile dysfunction is not caused by an underlying issue.
During a routine appointment, your doctor will ask you what treatments you have been using during the last year, what your relationship is like, what are your dieting habits, do you have an issue with alcohol and other questions. You can also visit a sexual health clinic as they are more focused on the issue.
What Can I Do To Prevent Erectile Dysfunction?
Apart from using erectile dysfunction treatments, there are certain lifestyle changes you can adopt to prevent ED from affecting you. These include:
- Work on losing weight
- Eat healthier
- Exercise regularly
- Cut down on alcohol
Since stress can also be a cause of erectile dysfunction, you should address any issues in your life that may be causing it. If you are going through any psychological issues, you should consider working with a therapist to resolve them.
Does Erectile Dysfunction Come With Age Naturally?
Erectile dysfunction is more frequent in men over the age of 40. This is due to various issues such as high cholesterol or blood pressure, diabetes and obesity that are more common as men age. All of these conditions can be a contributing factor to erectile dysfunction, therefore it is often associated with ageing.
Can I Take Erectile Dysfunction Treatments If I’m Suffering From A Cardiovascular Disease?
It’s not harmful to take erectile dysfunction treatments if you have diabetes or any cardiovascular disease. However, make sure the treatments you’re taking do not interact with the ED treatment you’re prescribed. Your doctor will be able to tell whether ED treatments can be used in your particular case.