How to fix erectile problems: Treating erectile disorders, says doctor
In the past, erectile issues were seen as a disease, not a problem.
Today, it’s a common problem.
But for those with EDs, treatment is often a lifelong commitment.
As we mentioned, it takes time to develop the right treatments and to understand the intricacies of how the body functions, says Dr. Ari Berman, a psychiatrist and co-founder of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
“It’s not just something you get, you have to take care of.”
Dr. Berman is one of the co-authors of a new book on erectile health and dysfunction titled The Erectile Dysfunction Solution: A Guide to Finding Solutions for Sexual Satisfaction.
“I was able to take a look at the literature, and it seemed clear that there were multiple pathways to a better sexual response,” says Berman.
“There are no magical solutions.”
In fact, the majority of treatments are based on medications and surgeries that aren’t effective.
For the most part, treatments are expensive, too.
If you’re a male patient with ED and you’ve got other sexual problems, there are options available that include medication and surgical procedures.
But if you’re not sure how to treat erectile dysfunctions, it can be challenging to find a treatment that works.
Here are some of the more common erectile and sexual problems and what to do about them.
Depression Depression is an emotional condition that affects about one in four people in the United States, according to the National Institutes of Health.
Depression affects more than 5.6 million Americans.
Many people feel a loss of confidence and a loss in their ability to control their own lives.
Depression also can cause anxiety and depression.
Studies show that depression is linked to more risky sexual behaviors, such as sexual intercourse, having unprotected sex or having unprotected vaginal intercourse.
In the U.S., it can lead to erectile disfunction, erectility disorders and even suicide.
The symptoms of depression include: feeling sad or depressed about life or about a person or a situation You experience anxiety or other mood changes that make you feel uncomfortable You can’t feel your penis erect or you’re unable to get it erect, which is when you can’t have an erection at all