What Is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. Most men can actually achieve some sort of an erection, but complain that it is not as firm or long lasting as they like it to be.
How Common is ED?
It happens to the best of us. Erectile Dysfunction is very common in those over 40 years of age; it can affect men of all ages. Some men do not even realize they have Erectile Dysfunction.
IN MID-1992, THE RESULTS OF THE WORLD’S LARGEST ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION STUDY, THE MASSACHUSETTS MALE STUDY (or MMAS), BECAME AVAILABLE.
The Results Showed That:
I. The majority of the causes of Erectile Dysfunction are physical in nature.
II. Over half of all men between 40 and 70 have erectile dysfunction. This includes premature ejaculation.
III. At least 1 in 10 men can’t get an erection at all. That ends up being over 8 million American men.
IV. There is a strong association between age and ED. Research shows 4 out of every 6 men between the ages of 40 and 70 have ED. Men at the age of 70 and up are affected by either minimal, moderate or complete ED.
V. Did you know over 42% of men did not know they were performing under par due to ED.
VI. Almost every man studied was not aware he could be CURED OF CERTAIN ERECTILE DYSFUNCTIONS.
VII. Incredible but True – Men who could not get an erection, even over 75 years of age, WERE COMPLETELY CURED OF THEIR PREVIOUS ED PROBLEMS BY TAKING SPECIFIC MEDICATIONS.
What Are The Treatment Options?
The treatment options vary according to each individual patient’s need and special circumstances due to past history of either Diabetes, Stroke, High Blood Pressure, Alcoholism, Drug Use, Prostate Cancer and other Medical issues. We have several treatment protocols available. We use sublingual tablets (under the tongue), pills, creams, high-pressure topical or injections. Until our licensed physicians see and diagnosis you, we will not know which treatment is right for you. We treat each and every patient as an individual.