It's the issue that most men, and some of their partners, don't want to learn or talk about and...erectile dysfunction. Along with physical health, mental stress from work, kids and everything can all contribute.
Dr. Michael J. Trombley, M.D. The Medical Director of Physicians E.D. Center (http://www.physiciansed.com) says couples better pay attention. Estimates of the number of American men who suffer from erectile dysfunction range from 15 million to 30 million, according to the National Institutes of Health. "E.D. not only affects the overall happiness of a man's life, it can be a sign of larger issue of known medical problems or medical issues that maybe on the way.
E.D. is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse.
Dr. Trombley has the following E.D. questions and answers that men should be aware of, whether they currently have an E.D. problem or not:
· Can Erectile Dysfunction be a signal of more serious health issues?
“Unfortunately, yes. Erectile Dysfunction is caused by insufficient blood flow to the penis, and if you’vehave artery problems in the penis, you may very well have them else-where too, including hardening of the arteries in your heart and in your brain. Penile health is often an early indicator for general health. That’s why I urge men with Erectile Dysfunction to consult with a physician sooner rather than later.
· What are the biggest risk factors for ED?
“Without a doubt, the top ones include smoking and diabetes” Some of the others include high blood cholesterol, cardiac diseases, arterial sclerosis (age-related thickening and hardening of the arteries), poor overall circulation and certain types of medication.
· Wouldn’t it be OK to ignore my ED and just let my sex life fall by the way side?
“Restoring your function can quickly make a huge improvement in your relationship with your partner. When a man avoids sexual relations, his mate may feel either unloved or unattractive, making them unhappy.
· Are my options only pills like Viagra or Penis Pumps or Surgery?
“No! There is a highly specialized form of medicine that involves the use of combining medicines tailored to a patient’s needs. This form of treatment works when the pills stop working or don’t work at all and does not entail surgery.” “ Your doctor’s recommendation, as well as your individual preference, is important in determining the best and most acceptable form of treatment for you.”
Dr. Trombley adds that there is hope that the erectile dysfunction problem in this country will decrease. But the key for every man is to face facts, ask questions, and take action.
About Dr. Michael Trombley
Dr. Michael Trombley, MD is a Board Certified Physician and Medical Director of Physician’s E.D. Center and the author of the confidential report “Seven Secrets Doctor’s Wont’ Tell You About Erectile Dysfunction”.
He has focused on health and wellness issue of men for 20 years which includes more than 20 years of experience treating men with Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation.
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