Surgical and non-surgical treatment option for Erectile Dysfunction
Erectile dysfunction is a serious men’s health condition characterized by a persistent inability for sexual intercourse erection. Fifty percent of people aged between 40 and 70 are reported to have ED. The ability to obtain an erection or ejaculation can entail a complete inability or inconsistency or a propensity to maintain very short erections. Erectile dysfunction is also known as impotence.
There is a substantial increase in the risk of erectile dysfunction with age. Medical conditions that raise the ED risk include:
- heart disease
- elevated cholesterol or lipids
- atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) obesity,
- additional conditions that affect blood flow or penis nerve supply.
Erectile dysfunction is the failure to get an erection enough for a healthy relationship. In the United States, millions of men are suffering from erectile dysfunction and many people are not seeking care for this very common problem. We are specialized in the nonsurgical and surgical treatment of erectile dysfunction in the Urology Centers of Alabama.
Our surgeons and nurses are profoundly committed to treating patients and their families with dignity, reverence, and empathy with erectile dissolution.
Exercise appears to decrease the risk. The capacity of a person to achieve and maintain an erection was detrimental to smoking. Erectile dysfunction may be mental but is typically due to the above-mentioned physical difficulties.
Non-Surgical Options for Erectile Dysfunction
Drugs such as Sildenafil Kamagra Oral Jelly, Levitra, and Tadalafil Tadacip 20 can be used for the treatment of erectile dysfunction. In approximately 70% of men with erectile dysfunction, oral drugs are successful. The application of penile injection therapy would also constitute other non-surgical treatment options. A small needle and syringe are used for direct injection into the penis in this procedure. These drugs will increase the circulation of blood into the penis and induce a strong erection. Comfort is not serious and the risk of complications associated with penile injection therapy is small. an erection that lasts for several hours, is a side effect of non-operative procedures.
Adjustment of medications is essential to avoid priapism, and our ED Department physicians and nurses are well trained to enable patients to assess the correct dosage of injectable medications. A vacuum erection device (VED) is another non-surgical treatment. It is a plastic cylindrical that passes through the penis creating a vacuum. The vacuum draws blood to the penis and then retains the penile tension by a ring of rubber constriction at the bottom of the penis. We are working with a patient to show him how to use the VED.
Surgical Options For Erectile Dysfunction
Men with erectile dysfunction undergo surgical therapy in the penile prosthesis. Penile prostheses are safe to use and are being continually modified for a number of years. Patients can choose from several kinds of prothesis and your prothesis urologist will help you decide the best for you. So contact your doctor before choosing any treatment or medicines for erectile dysfunction.