Talking about erectile dysfunction (ED) can feel uncomfortable. However, learning about this sexual health concern and the processes available to treat erectile dysfunction can help you address it.
Distinguishing between temporary ED and permanent ED is especially important. First, we’ll quickly share some information about ED in general to establish a basic understanding.
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction refers to an inability to achieve or maintain an erection, whether alone or with a partner. A problem by itself, this medical condition can also lead to issues with self-image and feelings of inadequacy.
ED can be a serious problem as compared to proper erectile function. However, a variety of treatments are available.
Erectile dysfunction is often a symptom of a variety of underlying physical health conditions, such as:
Erectile dysfunction can also have psychological causes, like stress and other disorders.
Is Erectile Dysfunction Permanent or Temporary?
Erectile dysfunction can be either temporary or permanent.
Medical News Today highlights the fact that the condition is often reversible through treatment. That includes medication, lifestyle changes, and more.
A licensed doctor can help you develop an ED treatment plan that aligns with the underlying causes and your unique situation.
Causes of temporary ED can include:
This differs from permanent ED, where the cause of the problem is not fully reversible. Nerve damage, chronic illnesses, and damage to blood vessels are a few examples.
Temporary erectile dysfunction can be dependent on context. A feeling of pressure to perform or worries about satisfying a partner can create a mental block in some, but not all, sexual situations.
Temporary ED can also stem from treatable physical issues and harmful lifestyle habits. In these cases, ED is more likely to be a regular occurrence regardless of the situation.
Effective and Discreet Treatment for Temporary ED
Treatment for temporary ED can involve:
There are proven treatment options available right now for men suffering from temporary ED.
However, many men with this issue are hesitant to discuss it. That’s true even when it’s with their GP or another doctor.
The Men’s Health Clinic offers personalized and discreet treatment options. Our licensed doctors build a treatment plan that aligns with your needs. Then, you can receive any needed treatment in generic packaging, shipped to your door.
With one of our Senior Patient Coordinators who can provide you with more information regarding bespoke treatment options.