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“The drugs work well in these patients because once they get their erectile function back, their confidence improves, their performance anxiety gets better, and they get better,” Dr. Walker says.
Type 2 diabetes has been shown to interfere with erectile function, and male patients with diabetes tend to have an earlier onset of erectile dysfunction. Hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) stimulates the production of chemicals that can interfere with erectile physiology.
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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?
Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common conditions affecting middle-aged and older men. Nearly every primary care physician, internist and geriatrician will be called upon to manage this condition or to make referrals to urologists, endocrinologists and cardiologists who will assist in the treatment of ED. This article will briefly discuss the diagnosis and management of ED. In addition, emerging concepts in ED management will be discussed, such as the use of testosterone to treat ED, the role of the endothelium in men with ED and treating the partner of the man with ED. Finally, future potential therapies for ED will be discussed.
Blood pressure was measured after administration of VIAGRA at the same times as those specified for the first doxazosin study. There were two subjects who had a standing SBP of < 85 mmHg. In these two subjects, hypotension was reported as a moderately severe adverse event, beginning at approximately 1 hour after administration of VIAGRA 50 mg and resolving after approximately 7.5 hours. There was one subject with a decrease from baseline in standing systolic BP > 30mmHg following VIAGRA 50 mg and one subject with a decrease from baseline in standing systolic BP > 30 mmHg following both VIAGRA 50 mg and placebo. There were no severe adverse events potentially related to blood pressure and no episodes of syncope reported in this study.
The Massachusetts Male Aging Study linked a healthier lifestyle, including a healthy diet, to a reduced risk for ED as well as diseases that can contribute to ED such as type 2 diabetes and obesity. A diet rich in whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes, and low in processed foods, sugar, and red meat may be particularly healthful.
With this alternative ED treatment, there are no expensive prescriptions to remember to take or refill, and no penile implants or surgery. There are none of the harmful side effects with this ED treatment as with oral drugs.
Hypertension (high blood pressure) affects more than one billion people worldwide and is the leading cause of premature death.2 A healthy lifestyle is advised, including salt restriction, alcohol moderation, exercise, weight control, and smoking cessation. Most patients also require drug treatment, which is linked to reduced risks of death, stroke, and heart disease – but around half of patients do not take their pills. Sexual dysfunction is one reason why patients stop medication.
If you smoke, talk to your doctor about quitting and whether prescription aids can help you.
This medication will not protect you from sexually transmitted diseases--including HIV and AIDS. Using a condom is the only way to protect yourself from these diseases.
Patients should always ask their doctors for medical advice about adverse events.
Though erections may seem straightforward, the science behind them is complicated. At a basic level, erections happen thanks to a balance of blood flow into and out of the penis. When vascular, hormonal, nerve, or other physical or psychological changes disrupt blood flow, it’s harder to get and keep erections.
Other tests, if indicated, are normally arranged by the urology specialist clinic and will be discussed with you.
This is not a complete list of side effects and others may occur. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.