Living Without Sexual Dysfunction

For men who have been diagnosed with erectile dysfunction, the hope of treatment can be clouded by anxiety over how long it will take to get back to normal. The number of men diagnosed with the condition is relatively low when compared to those who suffer symptoms and don’t seek treatment. Either way, erectile dysfunction is common among men's sexual health, with research reporting that nearly 50% of men will have had at least one experience of sexual dysfunction by the time they reach 40 years old. For some who don’t receive medication, their ED is reserved more naturally due to a change in circumstance and external factors. For those who need medication, it could be that the root symptoms of the condition needed help from the inside out. The good news is that no matter what type of ED you suffer from, help is available and the condition can often be reversed. Your sex life has not been dealt a final blow.

What Makes It ED?

There are times in every person’s life where sex will be difficult to enjoy or it is harder to get in the mood. Because of the psychological factors that impact intercourse, it is not uncommon for a male to experience difficulty getting an erection when he is stressed about finances or the report that his boss wants in the morning. It can be equally harder for a woman to engage and become adequately lubricated if she is worried about a sick child or the grocery list for the in-laws that are coming over. Having occasional experiences where you aren’t mentally or emotionally present enough to get aroused or to perform to satisfaction is normal. However, extreme cases of difficulty with getting and sustaining an erection are termed erectile dysfunction. This is where a noticeable difference in erections and performance has occurred over time. The condition is usually reversible, meaning there are treatments that can help restore sexual function as desired and needed. In spite of reversal, a complete cure for the condition depends on the underlying cause.

Reducing Symptoms vs Permanent Cure

Studies found in the Journal of Sexual Medicine have informed the medical community about remission rates for those have suffered from ED. The long term success of remission depends on the health condition or psychological factors that affect sexual function and the severity of the condition itself. Even when a patient cannot be cured, there are treatment options that can significantly reduce, if not eliminate, the physical symptoms of ED. These treatment options take into account which type of dysfunction a man is suffering from.

1.     Primary ED happens when a man has never been able to sustain or have an erection. This is a rare condition that requires intensive medical treatments, leading to symptom management rather than a cure.

2.     Secondary ED occurs in males that previously had no erectile dysfunction but have now begun experiencing issues. Treatment plans vary, and this condition is usually temporary and can often be reversed.

Treatment Options

Depending on the case and individual, treatment is usually done through medication or surgery. Some males are able to treat an underlying cause without medication and reverse the symptoms based on a change in lifestyle. For instance, some medications have ED listed as a side effect. While on the medication, the patient may experience ED, and within a few weeks of finishing the dose, everything goes back to normal. The treatment options depend on the needs of the individual, and some medications or surgery plans will not work. When it comes to treatments, there are several ways to achieve ED reversal.

1. Short-term Treatment

In light of what you may tell your physician, you may be prescribed a medication like Mt. Everest to help treat your condition. While this can help improve the blood flow to the penis and improve the chemical production for arousal and desire, this wouldn’t treat at heart condition that might be the cause of restricted blood flow. This medication is designed to help achieve and maintain an erection that can produce pleasure and satisfaction.

2. Primary Treatment

If your physician has found a health concern to be the cause of your ED, such as diabetes or cardiovascular issues, you will also need a treatment plan to address the root problem. Short-Term treatment can help with the symptoms, but you will need a primary treatment to eradicate the real underlying concern.

Treating your ED might also include dealing with the psychological issues that are complicating your relationship or stress levels. Total body health is necessary if you are going to achieve the sex life you desire. With the right treatment, you can move past a diagnosis of ED and return to your former glory.

 

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