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Erectile Dysfunction

Struggling with impotence, or erectile dysfunction, can impact your self-esteem, relationships, and overall quality of life. This common issue can stem from various physical and psychological factors. Understanding these underlying causes and exploring available erectile dysfunction treatments can help improve your sexual health. By addressing this condition, you can enhance your well-being and maintain healthy relationships. 

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Erectile Dysfunction FAQ's

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a variety of factors, including physical conditions such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, obesity, hormonal imbalances, and neurological disorders. Psychological factors like stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues can also contribute to erectile dysfunction.

Erectile dysfunction is a common condition, especially among older men.

Diagnosis of erectile dysfunction typically involves a thorough medical history, physical examination, and possibly laboratory tests to identify underlying causes such as hormone levels, blood flow issues, or psychological factors. Sometimes specialised tests like nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT) testing may be used.

Smoking can damage blood vessels and reduce blood flow to the penis, leading to erectile dysfunction. It also contributes to other health conditions like cardiovascular disease and atherosclerosis, which are risk factors for erectile dysfunction.

PDE5 inhibitors, such as Viagra, are medications that work by increasing blood flow to the penis, facilitating erections. They are commonly prescribed as first-line treatment for erectile dysfunction and have been shown to be effective in many cases.

Yes, age can be a factor in erectile dysfunction. As men get older, they may experience changes in hormonal levels, blood flow, and nerve sensitivity, which can contribute to erectile dysfunction.

Treatment options for erectile dysfunction available with WePrescribe include; Sildenafil, Viagra, Viagra Connect, Cialis, Spedra and Vardenafil.

While Erectile dysfunction itself does not directly affect fertility, it can impact sexual intercourse and thus affect a couple's ability to conceive. However, underlying conditions contributing to erectile dysfunction, such as hormonal imbalances or diabetes, can affect fertility.

Erectile dysfunction can have a significant impact on a man's self-esteem, causing feelings of inadequacy, embarrassment, and depression. It can also lead to anxiety and stress, which can exacerbate the condition.

Common misconceptions about erectile dysfunction include the belief that it only affects older men, that it's purely a psychological issue, or that it's not a serious medical condition. In reality, erectile dysfunction can affect men of all ages and often has underlying physical causes.

While there may be genetic factors that predispose individuals to conditions associated with erectile dysfunction, such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes, erectile dysfunction itself is not typically considered to be directly inherited or genetic. However, family history of certain health conditions may increase the risk of developing erectile dysfunction.