There’s no need to stress when it comes to erection problems. Stress, low self-esteem, and strained romantic relationships can all be side effects of chronic erectile dysfunction. Erection problems may also indicate the presence of an underlying medical condition that requires treatment and raises the risk of developing heart disease.
Don’t be shy to tell your doctor if you’re concerned about erectile dysfunction. Reversing erectile dysfunction may be as simple as addressing the underlying cause, or it may require the use of medication or other interventions.
VED (Vacuum Erection Device):
A VED, also known as a penile pump, works by manually sucking blood into your penis. Once the erection is formed, a tension ring is slipped to the base of the penis, which aids in the maintenance of the erection for approximately 30 minutes.
While many men dislike the idea of using suction and ring compression to obtain and maintain erections, it is a reliable option that has helped many couples restore erection function without the use of medication.
The following are some of the negative consequences of using a penile pump:
- There is some bruising.
- Ejaculation is restricted.
- When used for a long time, the penis becomes cold to the touch.
Temporary stress or chronic cardiovascular conditions that reduce blood flow to the penis are common causes of ED. On the other hand, low testosterone can contribute to problems forming and maintaining an erection. Your doctor can help you determine whether your testosterone levels are low and whether starting testosterone treatment may help relieve your ED symptoms.
Though testosterone replacement therapy is not recommended as a first-line, stand-alone treatment for ED, your doctor may recommend it or try it in conjunction with another ED treatment option based on your specific symptom profile.
In intraurethral therapy, an implanted small drug pellet is placed atop the penis. It only takes about 10 minutes for an erection to form with this therapy, and it can last anywhere from 30 to 60 minutes. However, urethral suppository side effects can include a burning sensation or minor bleeding from the tip of the penis.
Penile Implants and Therapy:
Though it is a frightening concept for most people, penile injections involve medicine that improves penile blood flow far more than oral alternatives. To inject the medication into the base of the penis, a very small needle is used. Of course, this is a self-injection, but we teach patients proper technique and regularly perform the first injection in the clinic.
The following are some of the treatment’s side effects:
- There may be some minor discomfort or bleeding at the injection site.
- An erection that lasts longer than desired.
- Scar tissue formation within the deeper tissues of the penis, most commonly seen in long-term users of this therapy.
A penile implant is a 30- to a 45-minute surgical procedure that inserts a water-based device into the penile erection chambers, allowing you to control reliably when and how long an erection lasts.
A penile implant does require a short surgical procedure, so whether or not you’re willing or able to go through with it can be a deciding factor in whether it’s the right option for you. The vast majority of men who choose an implant (more than 90 percent of men and their partners) are delighted with it.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)
Can erectile dysfunction be cured?
Erectile dysfunction can be treated, but it is dependent on the underlying cause. Some causes of ED are more easily “cured” than others. However, with the proper diagnosis, support, and treatment, ED can be resolved without the need for ED medications such as Viagra (sildenafil) or Cialis (Tadalafil).
What is the fastest way to cure erectile dysfunction?
Attending to heart and vascular health, psychological health, and using other treatments are the quickest ways to cure erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction (ED), formerly known as impotence, is the ongoing inability to have a hard enough erection for penetration.
Why is my husband not getting erect?
The majority of cases of ED are caused by physical issues alone or in conjunction with emotional issues. Any medical condition that affects your nerves or blood vessels has the potential to impair your ability to have erections. ED can be caused by high blood pressure, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, kidney disease, or diabetes.