Chronic DiseaseThis is most evident with diabetes, with nearly one in two men experiencing ED. However, evidence shows that good control of blood sugar can minimize this risk. Other chronic conditions that impair blood flow or nerve impulses throughout the like hardening of the arteries, cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, and MS can all be linked to ED. Taking control of your health should help you get control of your ED. Click here to learn about GreenLight Laser and LRP treatments with top international surgeons www.healthtravelguides.com/MoreProcedures/ProstateCare.
LifetyleUnhealthy habits like smoking, heavy drinking and taking drugs may damage the blood vessels and reduce blood flow to the penis. In fact, men who smoke have almost twice the risk of erectile dysfunction than those who don’t. In addition, men who are overweight and out of shape are also more likely to suffer from ED. So get out there and work up a sweat! Chat with a Health Travel Guides Case Manager for more information on ED treatment. healthtravelguides.custhelp.com/ci/documents/detail/2/1005.
MedicationSome blood pressure drugs, antidepressants, and tranquilizers all count ED as a possible side-effect. Talk to your doctor if you think a prescription or over-the-counter drug may be causing erectile problems. For more information about treatment options, call Leslie at Health Travel Guides, toll free at 866-978-2573 x 119.
Hidden Medical ConditionsHigh blood pressure, high cholesterol, low male hormone levels, prostate cancer and certain systemic and respiratory diseases (such as scleroderma and liver cirrhosis) are known culprits of ED. See your doctor for ways to treat these conditions and your ED might be cured as well. Click here to learn about GreenLight Laser and LRP treatments with top international surgeons www.healthtravelguides.com/MoreProcedures/ProstateCare.
SurgerySurgery for prostate or bladder cancer, or enlarged prostate can sometimes damage nerves and blood vessels near the penis. In some cases, the nerve damage is permanent, and the patient will require treatment to achieve an erection. In others, surgery causes temporary ED that improves after 6 to 18 months. Click here to learn if stem cell therapy might offer relief: www.healthtravelguides.com/MoreProcedures/StemCellTherapy.
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