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Erectile dysfunction often proves mentally and physically challenging to men experiencing it. The challenge is deciding which doctor to visit for trusted, results-oriented treatment and medical expertise.
Men with erectile dysfunction find it difficult to get or maintain an erection firm and long enough for sexual intercourse. It is the most common type of sexual dysfunction in men, which becomes more common as men get older, but it is not necessarily a part of aging.
Given the nature of the condition, it is not uncommon for patients to become desperate to restore erectile function and fall prey to self-proclaimed experts who promise much and deliver little. Many ED treatment advertisements ensure quick results within a couple of visits and medications but usually, they are often are the result of internally generated and thus potentially biased reports. It’s easy to see how ED patients can fall into a trap.
To avoid being a victim of so-called ED experts, it is important to be your own best advocate and research ED-related clinics and physicians in your area to determine who is best suited to provide a solution to your problem.
Start by talking with your family doctor or your primary care provider. He or she can help you get a basic idea about the causes of ED, which can be physical or emotional. They can direct you toward an effective remedy or a certified urologist who can recommend you medications, lifestyle changes, and exercises, with which you can restore your erectile function.
Medical options for treating erectile dysfunction may involve:
- Medications such as Cenforce 150, Fildena 100, Kamagra 100, Malegra, Suhagra, Vidalista 40
- Injection therapies
- Urethral suppositories
Surgical options for restoring erectile function may involve:
- Surgical implants to make the penis erect
- Rebuilding arteries to improve blood flow to the penis
Although discussing erectile dysfunction can be embarrassing or uncomfortable, it is important to do so with your primary care physician who can direct you or talk to a highly skilled urological surgeon who can help you gain erection surgically.