Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is when a man banner3can’t get or maintain a firm erection for satisfying sexual intercourse.
ED isn’t the same for all; some may not get an erection at all, some may get but not hard enough for sex, some may get a hard erection but lose before or during sex. These causes mainly due to the nerves or blood vessels that are part of this process doesn’t work properly.
There can be many reasons for the causes of ED like – Diabetes, Heart Disease, Blood Pressure, Obesity, Alcohol Abuse, Smoking, or bad interpersonal relationship.
If you have ED, there is nothing to feel bad or embarrassed; you are not alone. More than half of all men over 40 have some difficulty getting and maintaining an erection. The fact is, guys at any age can experience ED. Even though it is a common condition in the Indian males, many cases are under-reported in our population, because of lack of education, social stigma or economic hardships. Occasional loss of erection is not an issue, but if you are facing it regularly, then you should consider visiting an Urologist. ED is more common than you might think, and the good news is that all types of Erectile Dysfunction are treatable.
There are many treatments for Erectile Dysfunction; typically, it starts with getting your sugar level and blood pressure under control. And if you smoke or consume alcohol, it’s highly recommended to quit it, as it narrows blood vessels. There are two most common treatments for Erectile Dysfunction - Medication and Penis Pumps.
The medications improve the effects of nitric oxide - a natural chemical your body produces that relaxes muscles in the penis. This increases blood flow and allows you to get an erection in response to sexual stimulation.
But these medications don't suit everymen, and it may come up with side effects. Possible side effects include flushing, nasal congestion, headache, visual changes, backache and stomach upset. Some medications can be dangerous especially if you have heart disease, low blood pressure, etc.
A penis pump (vacuum erection device) is a hollow tube that is placed over your penis, and then the pump is used to suck out the air inside the tube which creates a vacuum that pulls blood into your penis. Once you get an erection, you slip a tension ring around the base of your penis to hold in the
blood and keep it firm. You then remove the vacuum device, and erection typically lasts long enough for a couple to have sex.
Since you are not in taking any medicines, this comes as handy treatment which doesn’t create side effects. “Erectaid” is one such vacuum constriction device which is recommended by American Urological Association in 1996 as a non-invasive, effective, safe, drug-free and cost-effective erectile dysfunction (ED) treatment.Legal Disclaimer
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