Erectile Dysfunction Education

Suffering From ED?

If you’re battling erectile dysfunction and not discussing it, you should be! It’s one that should be talked about openly and freely not only between patient and provider but amongst couples. If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction and you don’t talk about it, you won’t get the help and advice you need, which can lead to angst in your relationship.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction is a common sexual-arousal disorder that primarily affects men over 40 but can affect men of any age. ED is defined as the inability to attain or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse.

What Are The Causes of Erectile Dysfunction?

Some important notes on the causes of erectile dysfunction:

  • Psychological factors such as guilt, depression, severe anxiety, stress, and fear of intimacy can contribute to ED
  • An underlying medical condition
  • Prescription drugs, recreational drugs, alcohol, and smoking can all contribute to or cause ED
  • Stressful relationship problems, poor communication, and other concerns.
  • Problems with blood flow, nerve supply and hormones (such as low testosterone) can have a negative impact on erectile function.

What Are The Symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction?

If you notice any of the following symptoms on a regular basis, you may suffer from Erectile Dysfunction:

  • Inability to achieve an erection
  • Unable to maintain an erection long enough to complete intercourse
  • Inability to ejaculate
  • Emotional issues such as embarrassment, shame, anxiety, and a reduced interest in sex.
  • Decreased sensation and pleasure
  • Difficulty maintaining firmness until your partner is satisfied
  • Inability to achieve or maintain firmness during/for intercourse
  • Lack of desire or avoidance of intercourse/intimate moments

Diagnosis of Erectile Dysfunction

In most cases, a blood test and medical history are all that’s needed to diagnose and recommend an appropriate ED treatment. If you have health conditions or the provider suspects an underlying health condition could be the cause, you may be referred for further testing. During the consultation, providers may ask questions to screen for possible psychological causes.

PDE5 Inhibitors (Sildenafil and Tadalafil) troches are a more effective and efficient treatment for erectile dysfunction and improved sexual performance. PDE5’s are oral phosphodiesterase inhibitors (a class of pharmaceutical drugs) that are the pharmacological standard for the treatment of erectile dysfunction.

PT-141 works directly through the nervous system to increase arousal, desire, and satisfaction with sex. Treatments like Viagra and Cialis work through the vascular system and only give you the ability to achieve an erection. However, PT-141 gives you the desire and motivation along with the ability to achieve an erection, returning the intimacy and passion to your relationship.

If you are looking for an instant way to rejuvenate your sex life, TriMix and QuadMix are safe, non-surgical options to treat erectile dysfunction. Trimix and Quadmix provide quick and lasting erections, allowing you to regain intimacy and strengthen your relationship.

ReInvent Health of Long Island Resurrect is a safe, non-pharmaceutical way to treat and potentially reverse the root cause of erectile dysfunction with benefits lasting from 12, up to 18 months. The growth factors in the activated platelet-rich plasma promote a healing response that rebuilds, rejuvenates, and revitalizes the penis. Thus improving your sex life, self-image, and relationships.

Schedule Your Consultation Today

Let the Physicians at ReInvent Health of Long Island help you stop waiting and start living again.

Whether you are experiencing occasional erectile dysfunction or have an ongoing issue, please don’t let it get worse and negatively affect your relationship. Our providers can diagnose and prepare a treatment plan that will get you the erectile dysfunction help you need and help you get your relationship and life back. Please talk about it with your spouse and then schedule a consultation with our providers today!