Curved Erection (Peyronie’s Disease) »

… bend may take a few months to develop and this can affect sexual performance. This may result in erectile dysfunction which will require further discussion and support.

What is the treatment?

Treatment may not be necessary as the condition usually stabilises over a year. Treatment is usually to reduce pain and slow down or stop the progress of the disease. Vitamin E has been useful in some cases for the control of pain. An operation may be considered though, only in severe cases and …

Can’t Get / Keep an Erection »

What is Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is the term now normally used to describe the condition known as impotence. The word impotent suggests being weak or inadequate, which is how men may feel when they experience the condition. Use of the new term emphasises that it is a medical problem – not a personal failure.

In men, erectile dysfunction can be defined as being a persistent …

Dysfunction Treatments »

How can erectile dysfunction be treated?

There is a wide range of effective treatments now available, each with advantages and disadvantages that have to be considered by the individual with medical advice. They include:

Change of drug usage

Where a prescription medication has been identified as a possible cause, then a change to an alternative might be an option to try. This must be undertaken …

Sustained Erection »

… it?

There can be a number of reasons why priapism occurs. It might happen if treatment for erectile dysfunction has been too successful. Much less likely, but still possible, it may be a side effect of other medication. For example, using an anti-depressant such as Prozac, or treatments for premature ejaculation. It can also be caused by erectile dysfunction medication like Viagra. More rarely, it can be related to other physical conditions such as sickle cell disease.

How can it …

Premature Ejaculation »

… if it is left untreated and the difficulty remains then it may eventually lead to some degree of erectile dysfunction due to the anxiety it causes.

The benefits of experience and patience may be enough to solve any difficulties but if not  there are some other techniques you can try.

The "Squeeze "technique

This technique is useful when you feel you are about to come and do not want to.

What to do:

When you feel ready to come, either yourself or your partner …

Your Prostate »

… a decrease in Sex drive ( Libido ), difficulties with ejaculation or with gaining erections (ErectileDysfunction). Where medical procedures do not help alleviate the problems being encountered then surgery to remove all or part of the Prostate might be carried out (prostatectomy). Again, side effects can include Erectile Dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation in almost 90% of cases, and urinary Incontinence. Other methods used can include TURP ( Transuretheral resection of the …

Curved Erection (Peyronies Disease) »

… may take a few months to develop and this can affect sexual performance.   This may result in erectile dysfunction which will require further discussion and support.  

What is the treatment?     

Treatment may not be necessary as the condition usually stabilises over a year.   Treatment is usually to reduce pain and slow down or stop the progress of the disease.   Vitamin E has been useful in some cases for the control of pain.   An operation may be …

Prostate Cancer »

… decrease in Sex drive ( Libido ), difficulties with Ejaculation or with gaining erections (ErectileDysfunction). Where medical procedures do not help alleviate the problems being encountered then surgery to remove all or part of the Prostate might be carried out (prostatectomy). Again, side effects can include Erectile Dysfunction, Retrograde ejaculation in almost 90% of cases, and urinary Incontinence . Other methods used can include TURP ( Transuretheral resection of the …