Combination therapy for the treatment of erectile dysfunction has been under investigation. Most of these studies have been small trials, and long-term data regarding their effectiveness and safety are lacking. However, with thorough evaluation and counseling, there may be a use for combination therapy for certain individuals with ED.
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Liver disease can be cause by a variety of things including infection (hepatitis), diseases, for example, gallstones, high cholesterol or triglycerides, blood flow obstruction to the liver, and toxins (medications and chemicals). Symptoms of liver disease depends upon the cause and may include nausea, vomiting, upper right abdominal pain, and jaundice. Treatment depends upon the cause of the liver disease.
Yes. Get help and advice as soon as you notice a problem. This isn't only important in terms of getting treatment for your ED: it could also be a symptom of other potentially serious conditions (such as diabetes or heart disease).
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Usually, men have 3 to 5 erections during the night as they sleep. Your doctor may use an overnight erection test to see whether you’re able to get an erection.
Men with diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease are at greater risk. ED also increases with age and may develop in men with an enlarged prostate and/or urinary incontinence. Sometimes it can develop following pelvic surgery, pelvic radiotherapy, pelvic trauma or spinal cord injury. smoking, high consumption of alcohol, high cholesterol levels, drug abuse, cycling, a sedentary lifestyle, obesity weak pelvic floor muscles
Aetna considers penile re-vascularization for vasculogenic erectile dysfunction medically necessary only in men less than 55 years old who meet all of the following criteria: A focal blockage of arterial inflow is demonstrated by duplex Doppler ultrasonography or arteriography; and Diagnostic work-up reveals normal corporeal venous function; and Member is not actively smoking; and Member is not diabetic and has no evidence of systemic vascular occlusive disease; and The erectile dysfunction is the direct result of an arterial injury caused by blunt trauma to the pelvis and/or perineum.
Researchers at University of Utah Health and around the world are continuing to investigate other ways that COVID-19 can impact patients long-term – namely, erectile dysfunction in men. Urologic surgeon Dr. Jim Hotalin...
Sildenafil (Viagra) may affect another phosphodiesterase enzyme in the eye causing transient abnormal vision (seeing a bluish hue or brightness).
Avanafil is the most recently FDA-approved PDE5 inhibitor to treat erectile dysfunction.
Medical conditions that may cause erectile dysfunction include heart disease, clogged blood vessels (atherosclerosis), high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis.
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. See your urologist for symptoms that are affecting you or your partner’s quality of life.
Collagenases are proteinases that hydrolyze collagen in its native triple helical conformation under physiological conditions, resulting in lysis of collagen deposits. The signs and symptoms of Peyronie’s disease have been found to be caused by a collagen plaque. Injection of collagenase clostridium histolyticum into a Peyronie’s plaque, which is comprised mostly of collagen, may result in enzymatic disruption of the plaque. Following this disruption of the plaque, penile curvature deformity are reduced (Endo Pharmaceuticals, 2021). Measurement of Serum Melatonin Levels for the Diagnosis of Erectile Dysfunction
Because ED is often caused by other medical conditions, your doctor will want to know about your medical history.