About Erectile Dysfunction


Failure to achieve an erection less than 20% of the time is not unusual for healthy men and treatment is not usually needed. This can occur due to a variety of reasons including lifestyle, stress, alcohol or just being overtired. However, failing to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse more than 50% of the time is an indication that treatment may be required and a doctor should be consulted. This condition is commonly referred to as erectile dysfunction (ED).

Common causes of ED include diseases that affect blood flow to the penis or nerve disease but also psychological factors are very common with stress, depression and anxiety often being diagnosed as a cause. There is a range of treatment options for ED that can be explored. Oral medication such as Viagra, sex therapy, penile injections and pumps can all help certain people and options can be discussed with your doctor. Continue reading

So are there other oral medication options that can be taken as a treatment for ED?


There are a range of natural remedies that have been tried for centuries to try and improve ED but do they work? Well there is limited scientific evidence to show a natural remedy that has been proven to work, however there are some things that you can do to try and improve the likelihood of your treatment options working. In saying that treating ED on your own without consulting a doctor is unsafe and so your first stop should always be your health practitioner to discuss options. Continue reading