Did you know…
Erectile dysfunction is a very common condition among American men? Approximately 1 in 5 men confirmed having difficulty achieving an erection in a study by the Department of Urology at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Risks of developing erectile dysfunction increase significantly with age. An estimated 50 percent of men age 50 or older have some degree of ED – a number that increases to 70 percent at age 70.
What Treatments Are There For ED?
You may have ED if you are unable to achieve or keep an erection leading up to and during intercourse. Keep in mind that there are varying degrees of impotence, ranging from slightly reduced rigidity to complete inability to achieve an erection. There are several safe and effective treatment options available to help men manage ED.
Frequently Asked Questions
There are many common causes of ED, including heart disease, blood vessel disease, diabetes, certain medications, obesity, cigarette smoking, depression, anxiety, stress, and more.
There are several options for treating ED. Before starting any kind of treatment, it’s important to be evaluated by a healthcare professional for possible underlying causes that might also require treatment.
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You should see an in-person healthcare professional if you are experiencing other worrisome symptoms or if you have other health conditions that might be related to ED, such as heart disease or diabetes.