Let’s be honest, many men deal with issues of ED (erectile dysfunction). If it weren’t so prevalent, you wouldn’t be seeing so many TV and internet ads selling ED-related products, such as Viagra and Cialis.
Indeed, in the U.S. alone, more than 50% of all men have some degree of ED. That percentage grows as men get older, and it is especially prevalent among men who smoke, have diabetes, or have heart disease or cardiovascular disease.
Because sexual matters are so embarrassing to bring up with anyone outside of your relationship, even with your doctor, ED often goes untreated. The problem with this is that the issue just festers and gets in the way of having a healthy romantic relationship.
Let’s talk about how erectile dysfunction can affect your relationship with your partner, and where you can go to see a men’s health specialist who can help you resolve your ED through natural, non-invasive treatments.
Ways that ED Can Impact a Relationship with Your Partner
There are a number of common ways that erectile dysfunction can interfere with a romantic relationship, including the following:
- Your partner may misinterpret your ED as meaning that they are not attractive to you.
- You and your partner may want to have a baby together, but ED is causing stress and questions in the relationship.
- You may not be able to have sex whenever you want, because you have to take your medication well beforehand in order to perform.
Noninvasive Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction
The good news is that there are noninvasive ways to treat ED on a long-term basis. In particular, GAINSWave ultrasound treatment works incredibly well, as does the penis pump.
With GAINSWave ED treatment, your doctor will use an ultrasound wand over your penis in order to stimulate the blood circulation in the area. The sound waves work to break up any internal scar tissue (called plaque) that may be interfering with your erections and blood flow. This is a type of shockwave therapy, which is quickly gaining in popularity among men who want to treat their ED.
Another noninvasive ED treatment that works is the penis pump, which is a plastic tube-shaped vacuum that creates an erection. You then place a ring around the base of your penis to keep the healthy blood from flowing out of the organ, thereby keeping an erection. You then simply remove the ring when you’re done.
Medical Specialist for ED Treatment that Works
If you’re tired of medication to treat your erectile dysfunction, or you simply won’t take ED medication – and you certainly don’t want invasive surgery that may have permanent repercussions – schedule a free consultation with a medical specialist who focuses on treating men’s health issues.
Here at NIVA Men’s Health, we have a holistic, natural approach to treating all health issues men deal with, from prostate and urinary problems to low-T and erectile dysfunction. We have convenient locations in Jacksonville and Melbourne, Florida; Woodstock, Georgia; Wixom, Michigan; Manalapan, New Jersey; and Naperville, Illinois. Our practice continues to grow nationwide because our treatments are so effective.
If you have any questions about our practice or would like to schedule an appointment, contact our friendly staff today by calling us at our location near you or by filling out our complimentary consultation request form online now. We look forward to being your medical partner in men’s health.