ED affects 2 out of 5 Australian men. Let our experts help you overcome ED
ED can manifest as difficulty initiating or maintaining a strong erection and while it can be a rare or occasional problem for some men, it can be an ongoing issue for others. ED affects millions of Australians and though it is easily treatable, only a small percentage of men seek help.
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ED can have a significant impact on self-esteem, relationships, and overall quality of life. We understand the sensitive nature of ED and that's why we have created a safe and confidential space where you can openly discuss your concerns without leaving your home. Our experts are here to listen, understand, and work with you to develop a personalised treatment plan that aligns with your needs and lifestyle.
Our dedicated team consists of licensed healthcare professionals with extensive experience in sexual health and ED treatment
We understand the emotional impact of ED and are committed to providing empathetic and non-judgmental support
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What Causes ED?
Erectile Dysfunction is a complex interplay of various factors that include:
- Vascular Factors: Many cases of ED are related to poor blood flow to the penis, often due to issues like atherosclerosis (narrowing of blood vessels).
- Neurological Factors: Conditions that affect the nervous system, such as diabetes, can interfere with the signals between the brain and the penis.
- Hormonal Factors: Imbalances in hormones like testosterone can contribute to ED.
- Psychological Factors: Stress, anxiety, depression, and other psychological factors can impact sexual performance.
Risk Factors of ED
Several factors can increase the risk of developing ED:
- Age: The likelihood of ED increases with age.
- Health Conditions: Diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity are linked to a higher risk.
- Lifestyle Choices: Smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, and a sedentary lifestyle can contribute to ED.
- Psychological Factors: Stress, anxiety, and depression can play a role.
Symptoms of ED
The primary symptom of ED is the inability to achieve or sustain an erection. Other signs may include:
- Reduced sexual desire
- Trouble getting an erection even during masturbation
- Inconsistent ability to achieve an erection
The good news is that ED is treatable, and several effective options are available:
- Lifestyle Changes: Adopting a healthier lifestyle by exercising regularly, maintaining a balanced diet, and quitting smoking can improve overall sexual health.
- Oral Medications: Medications such as PDE-5 inhibitors help increase blood flow to the penis, facilitating erections.
- Injections and Suppositories: Medications can be injected directly into the penis or inserted into the urethra to induce erections.
- Vacuum Erection Devices: These devices create a vacuum to draw blood into the penis, followed by the use of a constriction ring to maintain the erection.
- Penile Implants: Surgically implanted devices provide a long-term solution for men who do not respond to other treatments.
- Counseling and Therapy: Addressing psychological factors through therapy can improve ED, especially when it's linked to stress, anxiety, or relationship issues.