TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE.
There are a number of reasons for which a man may lose the capacity to obtain and keep erections that allow him to experience a satisfactory sex life, a condition known as Erectile Dysfunction (ED).
The main causes include heart and metabolism diseases, such as high blood pressure, artherosclerosis, high cholesterol triglyceride levels, diabetes etc., neurological diseases such as strokes, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, etc. This is very important due to the fact that, frequently, the first symptom of severe diseases such as the above can be ED.
Radical prostate or bladder surgery and colon-rectal surgery, among others, are common surgical causes.
Erectile Dysfunction is a very frequent condition, which increases from 20 or 30% of the population between 30 and 40 years old to up to 50% or more in patients over 65.
Do you suffer from Erectile Dysfunction?
If you answered YES to the above, your next step should be to talk to your specialist so he can assess you and help you find a way to improve this condition while warning you about possibly life-endangering diseases.
How is DE evaluated?
Your urologist and/or andrologist will carry out a specialised clinical evaluation, based on analytical tests and specific diagnosis tools such as ultrasound, neurological evaluations, etc., to know the origin of the condition and offer you appropriate treatment.
And what are the possible solutions?
Based on his or her knowledge and experience, your physician may offer you multiple treatment alternatives, from psychotherapy, treatment with safe and effective medications, or implanting penis prosthesis through minimally inasive surgical procedures with rapid recovery rates that will allow you to recover the satisfaction of a fulfilling sex life.
DO NOT LIMIT YOUR QUALITY OF LIFE OR ENDANGER YOUR HEALTH.
IF YOU SUFFER FROM ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, PLEASE VISIT YOUR SPECIALIST.
INSTITUT OF PROSTATIC DISEASES
Phone Number: + 34 93 546 01 10
INSTITUTO MÉDICO TECNOLÓGICO, Barcelona.
Phone Number: + 34 93 285 33 99