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Prevention of some of the causes that contribute to the development of erectile dysfunction can decrease the chances of developing the problem. For example, if a person decreases their chances of developing diabetes, heart disease, and hypertension, they will decrease their chances of developing erectile dysfunction. .
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There are many treatments available today for erectile dysfunction, like a vacuum pump, implants, prescription medications, and surgery. Non-invasive treatments are also possible for erectile dysfunction. Along with these treatments, many natural treatments are also there. Natural remedies are the first choice of many men who have erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is common and becomes increasingly more so with age. Complete impotence occurs in 5% of men aged 40 years and 15% of men aged 70 years old. Milder forms of impotence can affect 50% of men aged 50 years old, increasing to 70% of men over 70 years old.
The most compelling new treatments being researched are acoustic wave and low-intensity shockwave therapies (LI-SWT). These treatments both use soundwaves, but the much faster-moving shockwaves appear to be more effective at stimulating blood flow and improving vascular performance in penile tissue.
Treatment options for ED have evolved considerably over the past decade to encompass psychological counseling; oral, topical, intraurethral, and intracavernosal vasoactive therapy; oral therapies with other or unknown mechanisms; hormone replacement; vacuum constriction devices; and surgery, including vascular bypass procedures and penile implants. The goal of treatment is to restore satisfactory erections with minimal adverse effects. Men have demonstrated a strong preference for oral treatments even if they have low efficacy.
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Because ED often indicates a systemic disease, the condition has several risk factors, including: Cardiovascular diseaseHypertensionDiabetes mellitus Tobacco useHyperlipidemiaHypogonadismLower urinary tract symptomsMetabolic syndromeDepression
You get an erection when blood fills two chambers known as the corpora cavernosa. This causes your penis to expand and stiffen, much like a balloon as it is filled with water. Impulses from the brain and genital nerves start the process. Anything that blocks these impulses or restricts blood flow to the penis can cause ED.
Many men are unhappy with their ability to get or maintain an erection, but only 5% of these men seek help. This is because most men, in general, are unwilling to discuss their sex life, even when it is going well.
Your partner may suffer without saying much, so it is very important that you openly discuss the best way to cope with this condition.
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For an algorithm to facilitate evaluation and treatment of patients with ED, see figure 2.
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The successful treatment of erectile dysfunction (impotence) has been demonstrated to improve couple intimacy, improve sexual satisfaction, improve male self-esteem, and overall quality of life. In some men, it may also relieve symptoms of depression.