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The Erectile Dysfunction Clinic

Men’s Health Clinic has helped thousands of men eliminate symptoms of erectile dysfunction (ED) and restore the confidence they were lacking.

1 in 3 men suffer from sexual dysfunction. Thousands of men are unnecessarily suffering in silence. Having a problem is nothing to be ashamed of. Not doing anything about it is.

What is ED?

Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get or maintain an erection. There are many different causes, but ED ultimately occurs when there is too little blood flow in and too much blood flow out.

Erectile dysfunction is generally the inability of a man to get an erection and maintain it till the ‘act’ is complete.

According to Erectile Dysfunction experts, the occasional inability to get it up does not mean that you have erectile dysfunction.

As per a report by the International Consultation Committee for Sexual Medicine on Definitions/Epidemiology/Risk Factors for Sexual Dysfunction, the Erectile Dysfunction experts interviewed conclude; it is normal to fail to achieve an erection once in a while1.

However, if this inability to get and maintain an erection persists for at least 3 months, then you may suffer from erectile dysfunction or ED as it is known in short.

According to their study, erectile dysfunction can be graded as follows:

  • Grade A: men who can achieve and maintain a normal erection throughout intercourse every single time
  • Grade B: men who can more often than not achieve and maintain an erection throughout intercourse
  • Grade C: men who can sometimes achieve and maintain an erection throughout intercourse
  • Grade D: men who cannot achieve and maintain an erection at all

When it comes to the symptoms, they must occur regularly for a period of more than 3 to 6 months for it to be classified as erectile dysfunction.

The symptoms to look out for include:

  • Difficulty getting an erection
  • A hard time maintaining an erection during intercourse
  • A markedly reduced desire to partake in sexual activity

When these symptoms are persistent, you are likely to have erectile dysfunction. It is, therefore, advisable to get in touch with a physician, more specifically a doctor that’s an ED expert so that they can diagnose the condition.

Can ED be treated?

Yes, although each man differs and as such so does the required solution. ED may be reversed with a variety of very effective and affordable treatments, but many men are reluctant to seek help because of the embarrassment and stigma attached.