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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Abroad

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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Abroad


Erectile dysfunction (for short ED) is also referred to as impotence, meaning that men with ED are unable to achieve or maintain a satisfactory erection in order to have sexual intercourse. There are millions of men worldwide who suffer from this condition, either caused by diseases, complications from surgery, side effects of certain medications, lifestyle factors or due to psychological factors and can occur at any age.

The upside is that erectile dysfunction can also be treated at any age, with treatment options that are diverse and are correlated to overall health and the core of the problem. There is no better way to choose a method of treatment for erectile dysfunction than to talk to your doctor. With the wide range of therapies, treatments and surgeries available today your doctor can help you choose the best one for you and safest one.

Unfortunately, there have been many cases when men were reluctant to discuss sexual matters with their doctor, thus leading to ED worsening and lower safe esteem. 

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction:

  • Stress & Depression
  • Alcohol & Smoking
  • Medications
  • Anxiety & Low Self-Esteem
  • Overweight & Obesity
  • Underlying Health Conditions

How to treat erectile dysfunction?

Most men with erectile dysfunction, can be treated by means of the following:

  • Psychotherapy (counseling)
  • Medications (drug therapy)
  • Vacuum devices (pumps)
  • Surgery

The types of treatment for Erectile Dysfunction:

  • Lifestyle Change – Lowering stress levels and a healthier lifestyle is usually recommended as a first treatment

  • Erectile Dysfunction Vacuums – also known as a penis pump and it works very well for many men with ED

  • Penile Implants – also referred to as penile prostheses, these offer a permanent solution to erectile dysfunction.  

  • Erectile Dysfunction Surgery - Vascular reconstructive surgery is performed to improve the blood supply of the penis in attempts to improve a man's ability to get and maintain an erection. Because the procedure is technically difficult, costly, and not always effective, it is very rarely performed.

  • Natural Remedies for Erectile Dysfunction

  • New Impotence Treatments

Focus on Erectile Dysfunction Surgery

When non-surgical methods of treating ED have failed, your urologist will likely recommend Erectile Dysfunction surgery. This is usually the case in patients who suffer from severe ED.

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There are three types of erectile dysfunction surgery:

1. Placement of an implant (prosthesis) in the penis

There are several types of prosthesis which can help restore the firmness for many men with erectile dysfunction.

The adjustable penile implant has adjustable rods (hence the name), and they are placed inside the penis. These implants do not affect penis size and it helps during intercourse due to the added stiffness and the possibility to manually position the penis for the act. 

The inflatable penile prosthesis or Inflatable implants are made up of tubes that are placed inside the penis and connected to a squeezable pump. This pump is placed inside the scrotum and the patient squeezes the pump to get an erection. Compared to adjustable implants, the inflatable implants help slightly to increase the length and width of the penis.

Both types of implants are used whenever an erection is needed. The downside of getting a penile prosthesis is that, in some men, it may cause infection and its highly NOT recommended for men who have a urinary tract infection or, skin or body infection.  

2. Vascular reconstruction surgery

This procedure is performed with the scope to improve blood flow to or reduce blood leakage from the penis and surrounding structures. The purpose of thus urology reconstructive procedure is to:

Repair blood vessel blockages to improve blood flow to the penis;

Block veins to prevent blood from leaking out of the penis and surrounding tissues;

3. Ligation

Also referred to as vein blockage, the ligation procedure is the opposite of penile blood vessel repair. This procedure requires for the surgeon to intentionally block one vein in order to reduce blood loss from the penis and surrounding tissues and thus decrease its firmness. Yet this procedure is rarely used because of its long-term effectiveness which has not been completely cleared.

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