Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
What is causing your erectile dysfunction (ED)?
ED is a medical condition that makes it difficult for men to achieve and/or maintain an erection. The number one question most men ask is “What are the reasons for erectile dysfunction?”
Erectile dysfunction causes are both medical and emotional, including hypertension, diabetes, high cholesterol, and abnormal testosterone levels. The true cause can only be determined by a doctor who can prescribe the right medicine for ED.
Everyone is different and may experience ED differently. You may have trouble achieving an erection, difficulty achieving an erection that is firm enough for sexual function, or erections that don’t last long enough.
Have you checked your Testostorone?
Effective Treatment for ED
The good news is, there are several, highly-effective therapies available to treat erectile dysfunction. Tadalafil (brand name, CIALIS®), Sildenafil Citrate (brand name, Viagra®), and Vardenafil (brand name, Levitra®) are among the most well-known remedies for ED, but did you know that Low T (low testosterone) may also be the cause of your erectile dysfunction?
Dr. Bakos has said, “Any man who complains of erectile dysfunction should get his testosterone level checked.”
Erectile Dysfunction and Low T
In men, testosterone is important for maintaining sex drive and sexual function, muscle bulk, bone growth, energy, stamina, and sense of well-being. So, it would be wise for men experiencing any decrease in sexual function to have their testosterone levels checked by a hormone replacement specialist, like the experienced medical professionals at JB Medical Wellness Clinic.
Our physicians utilize available therapies to treat ED, ensuring that you receive the highest level of care and the best results.
*No guarantee of specific results. Individual results may vary.
Finding the treatment that's right for you
Benefits of Testosterone Therapy
Potential benefits of testosterone therapy include:
- Improved Sexual Performance
- Improved Sexual Drive
- Improved Sexual Function
- Reduction in Body Fat
- Reduction of Risk for Cardiovascular Disease
- Improved Bone Density
- Improved Memory
- Improved Strength
- Greater Ability to Add Lean Muscle Mass
- Improved Mood
- Increased Energy