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As with surgery, the older you are, the more likely it is you will have problems with erections. And men with heart or blood vessel disease, diabetes, or who have smoked heavily seem to be at greater risk for erection problems. This is because their arteries may already be damaged before radiation treatment. Doctors are looking at whether early penile rehabilitation could help after radiation therapy, too. (Penile rehabilitation is discussed above, in the surgery section.)

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Many men report disappointment, fear, and distress when they have trouble with erections. They report they feel that something important is missing. Men may report a general unhappiness with life and depression when they have problems with erections. These feelings are a natural part of coping with erection problems. And most men, if they are able find effective treatments to help with their erections, will start to feel better. If these feelings are severe or persist, most men find it very helpful to see a mental health professional who specializes in sexual issues or a psychiatrist who can help address these feelings.
Metabolism (breakdown) of vardenafil can be slowed by aging, liver disease, and concurrent use of certain medications (such as erythromycin [an antibiotic], ketoconazole [Nizoral, a medication for fungal/yeast infections], and protease inhibitors [medications used to treat AIDS]). Slowed breakdown allows vardenafil to accumulate in the body and potentially increase the risk for side effects. Therefore, in men over 65 years of age with liver disease, or who are also taking medication(s) that can slow the breakdown of vardenafil, the doctor will initiate vardenafil at low doses to avoid its accumulation. For example, .

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Understanding that erectile dysfunction could have a medical cause, just as asthma or arthritis do, can help you to feel more at ease in mentioning it to your doctor. Your doctor is used to talking about these issues. By opening up this discussion, which is confidential, your doctor can help you in a number of ways.
In randomized placebo-controlled trials, an estimated 60% of men with diabetes, and 80% of men without diabetes experienced improved erections with sildenafil.

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Erectile dysfunction or ED (also known as impotence) is when a man cannot achieve or sustain an erection for sexual intercourse. This can be: a total inability, inconsistent ability, or a tendency to sustain only brief erections.
Erectile dysfunction is more likely to be related to an emotional problem if you experience symptoms only occasionally. For example, when you get an erection in the mornings but not during sexual activity.

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Dr. Chirag Bhandari says that the same factor that causes Erectile Dysfunction in a body causes heart disease in a person. So we can say that ED can be an early sign of Erectile Dysfunction. And so proper treatment for heart disease can help you in getting rid of Erectile Dysfunction symptoms at 30.

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“Kegel exercises for men: understand the benefits.” Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from: http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/mens-health/in-depth/kegel-exercises-for-men/art-20045074

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    At first glance, much of the above might seem like involuntary bodily movements, and a lot of the time, they are. But for people experiencing erectile dysfunction, these processes often aren't functioning properly.

    Lifestyle choices can contribute to ED. Smoking, heavy drinking, and drug use disorder can damage the blood vessels and reduce blood flow to your penis. Being overweight and getting too little exercise also raise your odds. Studies show that men who exercise regularly have a lower risk of ED.
    In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous-system mechanisms such as touch reflexes are 2 ways you can get an erection.

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    The occasional inability to achieve a satisfactory erection doesn't normally constitute a problem. What's the risk? Most men will experience an erection problem at least once. This could be due to stress, exhaustion, too much alcohol or simply not feeling like sex. Persistent erectile dysfunction (ED) is estimated to affect about 10% of men at any one time. Although age itself isn't a cause of erectile dysfunction (ED), the risk nevertheless increases as you get older: 18% of 50—59 year olds have trouble with their erections compared with 7% of 18—29 year olds. What causes it?

    Kegels can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, which support the bladder, bowel, and may have an impact on sexual function.
    Your free consultation with our doctors can ensure you find the right ED meds for your needs.

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    Cialis (tadalafil), Viagra (sildenafil), and Levitra (vardenafil) are FDA-approved treatments for erectile dysfunction.

    3. Keep everything else relaxed. Make sure you aren't inadvertently tensing your glutes, abs or leg muscles — it's only the pelvic muscles we want to engage. And remember to breathe!
    Individuals at higher risk for priapism (painful erection lasting longer than six hours), including men with sickle cell anemia, thrombocytopenia (low platelet count), polycythemia (increased red blood cell count), multiple myeloma (a cancer of the white blood cells), and history of blood clots (for example, deep venous thrombosis [DVT]) or hyperviscosity (thick blood) syndrome are at increased risk for priapism with MUSE.

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    You shouldn’t use these medicines if you take nitroglycerin or any other nitrates for chest pain. If you have heart problems, tell your doctor before taking any ED medicines. These medicines can have serious side effects in people who have heart problems.
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