If you’ve noticed that your love life has taken a dip and you’re not sure why it could be due to erectile dysfunction. ED happens to many men and is when you cannot get or keep an erection for the duration of the lovemaking. There are many treatment options available, but only a handful that are approved by doctors and clinics.
The first thing to do is talk to your spouse or significant other. They may not understand the problem or may not realise there is one. Many times, they think they’re to blame (not pretty enough, not adventurous in the bedroom) and it’s important that they understand it’s not their fault (or yours).
Next, you need to talk with your doctor or visit an erectile dysfunction clinic that specialises in ED. This is going to be embarrassing, but it’s a necessary thing to do. Your doctors may be able to offer advice and tips on things you can do to improve your love life and get back on track.
Many times, simple health changes can improve your sex life tremendously. For example, 30 minutes of low-impact cardio can reduce the risk of ED up to 40 percent. Your doctor can talk to you more about exercise routines, foods to avoid and foods to eat. Multivitamins can help you get more of the things you’re missing, as well.
Other health changes can include quitting smoking, getting tested for heart disease and more.
Drugs, such as Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis are safe for most men and can significantly improve long-term ED symptoms. Your doctor will make sure it’s safe for you to take these pills and prescribe them as necessary.
Other treatment options for ED can include injection therapy, psychological counselling, vacuum devices, surgery and more.
At MES our clinic is devoted to the issue of erection difficulties. We make sure that any treatment we advise is based on your personal history and tailored to you so that it works.