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  • What is erectile dysfunction?
    Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the persistent inability to achieve or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. It's a common condition that can occur in men of all ages but is more prevalent in older adults.
  • How common is erectile dysfunction?
    Erectile dysfunction is very common, affecting millions of men worldwide. It's estimated that about half of men ages 40 to 70 experience some degree of ED.
  • What are the main symptoms of erectile dysfunction?
    The primary symptom of erectile dysfunction is a consistent difficulty in achieving or maintaining an erection. Other symptoms may include reduced sexual desire or libido.
  • What causes erectile dysfunction?
    Erectile dysfunction can be caused by a variety of factors, including physical conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and obesity, as well as psychological factors like stress, anxiety, and depression. Certain medications and lifestyle habits can also contribute to ED. The answer will usually be a combination of multiple factors. When you visit Men's Health Solutions, we'll get to understand which apply to you, and help you find the right solution, made just for you.
  • What are the treatment options for erectile dysfunction?
    Treatments for ED range from lifestyle changes and oral medications, to injectable drugs, vacuum erection devices, and surgical options like penile implants and more. While we offer a variety of treatment options, we stick to the ones that work. Psychological counseling can also be effective for ED related to stress or mental health.
  • How effective are oral medications in treating erectile dysfunction?
    Oral medications like sildenafil and tadalafil are often very effective in treating erectile dysfunction. They enhance the effects of nitric oxide, a natural chemical your body produces that relaxes muscles in the penis, thus increasing blood flow and facilitating an erection in response to sexual stimulation. However, oral medications don't always work for every situation, so we offer other treatment options in addition to or as opposed to oral medication. It's all about what works for you.
  • Can psychological issues such as stress or anxiety cause erectile dysfunction?
    Yes, psychological issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression can contribute to erectile dysfunction. In some cases, ED can be a combination of physical and psychological factors.
  • Is erectile dysfunction a normal part of aging?
    While the risk of erectile dysfunction does increase with age, it is not an inevitable part of aging. Many men remain sexually active and capable of achieving erections well into their older years - you can too. Don't let the excuse of age stop you from enjoying a healthy and fulfilling sex life.
  • Can erectile dysfunction be a sign of a more serious health issue?
    Yes, erectile dysfunction can sometimes be an early sign of certain health conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, or diabetes, as these conditions can affect blood flow and nerve function.
  • Myth: TRT Leads to Aggressive Behavior aka "Roid Rage"
    There is no evidence to support the claim the TRT causes aggressive behavior. When TRT is properly prescribed and administered by a healthcare professional, the aim is to restore testosterone levels to a normal, healthy range, which should NOT induce aggressive behavior.
  • Myth: TRT Causes Prostate Cancer
    There is no conclusive evidence linking TRT to an increased risk of developing prostate cancer. Studies suggest that appropriate administration of TRT does NOT have a detrimental impact on prostate health.
  • Myth: TRT Causes Heart Problems
    Current evidence suggests that testosterone therapy, when properly monitored and administered does not significantly increase the risk of heart problems in men with no pre-existing cardiovascular conditions. When you work with Men's Health Solutions, we work with you to navigate any and all health issues you may be dealing with.
  • Myth: TRT Leads to Infertility
    While TRT can suppress sperm production and fertility, this effect can be mitigated by using appropriate forms of testosterone replacement, guided by our medical professionals. If you have concerns regarding fertility, simply discuss this with us on your visit.
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