What are my treatment options?
Non-Surgical Treatments | Oral Medications
Non-Surgical Treatments | Vacuum Erection Devices or Pump
Non-Surgical Treatments | Penile Injections
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ED and Medical Conditions
While ED may be a side effect of prostate cancer treatment, erectile function does not return in all cases. Penile rehabilitation and counseling may help both partners in recovery. Despite wide usage, 30% to 50% of patients who turn to sexual aids after surgery discontinue use within a year.10
Men with diabetes are more likely to move to advanced treatments than those without diabetes.20 A healthy lifestyle can help you control your diabetes and improve ED symptoms. Treatment options are available, however, men with diabetes are less responsive to oral ED medications.16
What’s good for the heart is good for your ED symptoms. If ED occurs, most treatment options are available. However, oral ED medication and heart medications don’t mix well and the medication in suppositories and some injections should not be used if you have blood clotting problems.31
Always talk to your doctor about your ED symptoms and concerns.
Where can I get help?
Getting help is easy! Talking to your GP or a trusted urologist is the first positive step towards determining whether you have ED and, if you do, how to best treat it.
Urologists are specialists in ED and offer the full spectrum of treatment options. Your urologist will explore specific options with you and typically manage the surgical or non-surgical treatments.
One of the most difficult aspects of getting treatment will be making that first appointment and having that first consultation with your GP or urologist, but after discussing your concerns you will feel a whole lot better.
Your GP or urologist are best qualified to diagnose and make recommendations on the most suitable treatments for you.
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