Erectile dysfunction treatment
The good news is that there is no single solution for erectile dysfunction. There are many solutions depending on your case.
Do you know all the treatments for erectile dysfunction?
Most men know the famous pills as a solution to erectile dysfunction, but in some men oral medication does not work. For this reason, it is important to know the most appropriate options for your case, as well as the possible risks and benefits.
Oral medications are a common first step for erectile dysfunction. Currently, there are several medications available under prescription that can improve erection problems. The use of pills for erectile dysfunction activates the blood flow to the penis and this sometimes creates an erection.
Penile implants or Penile Prosthesis
This is the definitive erectile dysfunction treatment. The penile prosthesis is a medical device that is totally placed inside the cavernous bodies. This type of device allows you to get an erection on command (when you want to), and once activated, you can maintain the erection as long as you want. It usually does not interfere with ejaculation or orgasm. This type of device is designed to be simple and easy to handle.
Penile injections is another type of therapy used to treat ED. The medication is injected directly into the penis using a very small syringe. This allows blood to flow into the penis, which creates an erection.
It is a small suppository that is inserted with an applicator into the urethra. The medication is dissolved after it is inserted and increases blood flow to the penis. This enables an erection, which will allow the man to have sexual activity.
It is an effective solution for ED. This device consists of a plastic cylinder that is placed on the penis with a manual pump that creates a vacuum suction. This simple mechanism allows dragging blood to the penis and creates an erection. Afterwards, an elastic band is placed at the base of the penis to maintain the erection.
Your doctor will explain to you the alternatives for your case. If you have any questions or just want more information, you can contact us.