• 50% of men over 40 have some form of Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
  • ED affects at least 30+ million men in Europe alone
  • Can have significant consequences for quality of life and self-esteem
  • Is treatable and depending on the root cause, can be curable
  • Has different causes, specific to each individual’s circumstances

 

Erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence, is a common sexual-arousal disorder primarily affecting men over the age of 40, although it can be a problem for men of any age.

 

ED is clinically defined as the inability to attain or maintain a penile erection sufficient for sexual intercourse.  Having erection trouble occassionally from time to time isn’t necessarily a cause for concern. However, if erectile dysfunction is an ongoing persistent issue or has been occurring continuously for more than three months, you should seek medical advise by a medical professional.  ED is sometimes a symptom of an underlying health issue and not getting it treated can cause stress, affect your self-confidence and self esteem, and contribute to relationship problems.

 

Studies have shown that 4 in every 6 men between ages 40 and 70 have Erectile Dysfunction and that 50% of men over 40 suffer from a certain degree of this condition. About 10%  of men can’t get an erection at all, especially men over 70.

 

It is estimated that up to 80% of the cases of Erectile Dysfunction can be attributed at least in part to a reduced blood flow to penis, typically due to an underlying vascular disease.  Diseases such as diabetes, kidney disease, chronic alcoholism, multiple sclerosis, atherosclerosis, vascular disease, and neurologic disease, account for about 70 percent of Erectile Dysfunction cases.

 

Fortunately, because many ED cases are physical in nature, they can be treated (and even be cured). However, the right treatment protocol depends on each individual’s pateint and his sexual wellness goals and any medical conditions they may already have.  We take all of these factors into account and help our patients embark on the best treatment plan available for their individual circumstances.

 

How is your sexual life ?

 

  • Do you struggle with decreased sensation?

  • Is your erection not as firm as it once was?

  • Are your erections not staying firm enough for the duration of sex?

  • Not as big as you once were?

  • It affects your Mood, you are sad and nervous.

  • It affects your Ego, you feel bad about yourself.

  • It is frustrating to your partner.

  • You don’t feel like a man anymore.

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