What is Erectile Dysfunction?
In the US, erectile dysfunction has been identified in nearly 30 million men. Erectile dysfunction is surprisingly not a natural part of aging, despite the fact that it is a fairly common health concern for men, particularly those who are 65 years of age and older. Everyone occasionally experiences performance lapses, but most men are reluctant to discuss them, even with their urologists.
Two types of ED have been recognized by doctors:
Primary ED: When a man has never been able to achieve or maintain an erection, primary ED sets in. This is unusual.
Secondary ED: People who once had normal erectile function develop secondary ED. The most typical kind is this.
Secondary ED is frequently transient and can be reversed. More intensive and medication based treatments might be needed for primary ED.
Most cases of ED can be treated with a proper medication course . With the right medicines, a person might be able to reverse symptoms and treat the underlying cause.
Choose better medications for ED
For many men, oral medications are an effective erectile dysfunction treatment. They consist of:
The effects of nitric oxide, a substance your body naturally produces and which relaxes penis muscles, are enhanced by all four medications. As a result of the increased blood flow, you can respond to sexual stimulation by getting an erection. There is no guarantee that taking one of these pills will result in an erection. Nitric oxide cannot be released from your penile nerves without first experiencing sexual stimulation.
These drugs boost that signal, allowing some people to have normal penile function. Oral erectile dysfunction drugs are not aphrodisiacs, won’t make you feel excited, and are not necessary for men who experience regular erections.
The dosage, duration of action, and side effects of the medications differ. Flushing, nasal congestion, headaches, changes in vision, backaches, and upset stomach are all potential side effects.
Your doctor will take into account your specific situation when deciding which medication might be most effective. To determine the best medication and dosage for you, you need to consult your doctor.
Always, Get a supervised approval prior to using any erectile dysfunction medication.
What is ED?
ED (erectile dysfunction) is a common sexual health issue that affects around 30 million men inthe US each year. It is characterized by a persistent inability to maintain or achieve an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity.
How does ED occur?
Causes of ED can be physical, psychological or a combination of both. Physical causes include vascular diseases, diabetes, neurological conditions and hormonal imbalances. Psychological
causes include stress, anxiety, depression and relationship problems
Are there any treatments available for ED?
There are several treatment options available depending on the cause(s) of ED. Oral medications such as Viagra (sildenafil citrate), Cialis (tadalafil), Levitra (vardenafil) and Stendra (avanafil) are often prescribed to treat ED. Each is a type phosphodiesterase type 5 (PDE-5) inhibitor and works by relaxing the muscles in the walls of blood vessels which helps to increase blood flow. This can allow men to achieve or maintain the state they desire for their sexual performance.
Are there any lifestyle changes that can help to improve ED symptoms?
to reduce the likelihood of ED occurring or worsening. Quitting smoking and limiting alcohol consumption are also recommended for optimal sexual health. Talk to your doctor about ways
you can modify your lifestyle for improved sexual health.
Is ED something I should talk to my doctor about?
If you think you may be suffering from ED, do not hesitate to reach out and schedule a consultation with our doctors regarding your sexual performance. Your physician will make an
analysis of your overall health and lifestyle to help you determine the underlying cause of your ED and recommend appropriate treatment options that are best suited for your individual needs.
Tadalafil, vardenafil, and sildenafil are all oral medications commonly used to treat ED. Tadalafil is a Vardenafil is also a PDE-5 inhibitor that works similarly to tadalafil but has a faster onset of
action. It may be particularly beneficial for men who experience side effects with other ED medications. Sildenafil is another PDE-5 inhibitor that is similar to tadalafil and vardenafil but
has a longer lasting effect. It can be taken in varying doses depending on the individual’s needs and is often found in generic forms. All three drugs have been approved by the U.S. Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of ED, however, they should only be used according to medical advice as they can cause serious side effects when taken incorrectly or
without medical supervision