It is now becoming more aware that many men nowadays of all ages are experiencing what is known as Erectile Dysfunction, or ED for short. Erectile dysfunction is the inability to have an erection or to have the ability to sustain one. There are many reasons as to how ED is caused. Some include heart disease, smoking, smooth muscle damage, artery damage, and nerve damage as common lifestyle and disease related reasons. Doctors also believe that physiological reasons can be to blame as well. Many that have the fear of lackluster sexual performance, guilt, depression, and anxiety can all cause ED as well. Medications that men take can also take its toll.
Is this you? And if so, what do you do? Well, many men have gone to the doctor for this condition. In fact the statistics show that the numbers have tripled in the last 20 years. Many are becoming more aware of ED and realizing that they are not alone and it can be treated. Not to mention that it can be treated at virtually any age. Want to know what you can do? Well, we have outlined 3 different choices below that you and your doctor can discuss at your next visit.
Viagra has been around for 10 years and have helped men of all ages whether they had a consistent issue with ED or just once in a while. Their medication works with men that have other issues such as high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression, and prostate problems. And in 85% of their studies men were able to get a level 3 or 4 erection. To find out if Viagra is right for you, please consult your physician.
Levitra is a oral medication taken no more than once a day for men with ED. It comes in 2.5, 5, 10, and 20 mg doses and can be taken by men who have other health issues. It can be taken without food about an hour before expected sexual activity. They have also shown studies proving that 85% percent of men were able to have successful erections using their product. Does this sound good? Give your physician a call.
All of these products have a proven track record of helping men with their mild, moderate, or extreme case of erectile dysfunction. None of these medications are “magic” and you do not have an erection “just because” you took one. It is necessary to be sexually aroused for any of these solutions to work. To be on the safe side, you should contact your doctor prior to starting a regime for ED and your doctor will determine if you are healthy enough to take any one of these options and will point out the right one for you. If you are on nitrates for heart disease, you should not take it as it can cause an unsafe drop in your blood pressure which is extremely dangerous and fatal.