The most common s*xual problem is Erectile Dysfunction, sometimes called impotence. Even worse, because ED is such a special issue, many man feel embarrassed to discuss the problem with their doctor or even their partner, so the problem is never addressed.
Erectile Dysfunction is one of the most treatable complications of diabetes. In fact, over 95% of cases can be successfully treated. With proven treatment available, diabetic men with ED have options. It isn’t something you or your partner should have to live with.
What Is ED?
ED means Erectile Dysfunction, the repeated inability to achieve or sustain an e*ection sufficient for physical intercourse. Although s*xual vigor generally declines with age, a man who is healthy, physically, and emotionally, should be able to produce erections and enjoy s*xual intercourse, regardless of his age. ED is not an inevitable part of the aging process.
Treatments for ED:
ED is easily and successfully treated. If your s*x drive is unaffected, but you experience problems achieving or sustaining an erection for a period of four to five weeks, you may have ED. Talk to your doctor immediately. Additionally, ED is could be an indication of a serious, even life-threatening complication, Such as congestive kidney disease or heart failure. Ignoring your ED because it is embarrassing could jeopardize your health.
Most men seek treatment from their family doctor, who may or may not be familiar with the range of treatment options. A specialist may be a better choice. Specialists include doctors practicing at ED treatment centers.
A thorough physical exam and medical history, along with certain laboratory tests, can help your doctor determine what is causing ED, and then choose an appropriate treatment. The most common treatments for ED fall into four categories: medications, counseling, and surgery.
Oral medicines: The best ED medications are the: Vilitra, Vilitra 20 mg, Vilitra 60 mg, Fildena XXX, Fildena Professional, Fildena Super Active. (Sildenafil, Vardenafil, tadalafil) The three are chemically very similar, and all have proven very effective. These medicines have become the treatment of choice for most men experiencing ED.
The main difference among the three is in how long they last. Generic Viagra is supposed to work for between 30 minutes and four hours, generic Levitra for 30 minutes to two hours, and Generic Cialis for up to 36 hours. In addition, Generic Viagra is slightly less effective if taken with food.
External Mechanical Devices:
This category of treatments includes external vacuum therapies: devices that go around the penis and produce erections by increasing the flow of blood in while constricting the flow out. Such devices imitate a natural erection and do not interfere with orgasm. External vacuum therapy mechanisms are approximately 95% successful in causing and sustaining an erection.
Vacuum therapy devices have a few disadvantages. One must interrupt foreplay to use them. You must use the correct-size tension ring and remove it, to prevent penile bruising, after sustaining the erection for 30 minutes. Initial use may produce some soreness. Such devices may be unsuitable for men with certain bleeding disorders. In general, vacuum constriction devices are successful in the management of long-term ED.