Erectile Dysfunction

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In the US it is estimated 30 million men suffer from Erectile Dysfunction (ED). ED is defined as the inability to obtain or keep an erection maintained during sexual intercourse.  You don’t have to live with with ED, we can help.

Symptoms of ED:

  • Trouble getting an erection
  • Trouble keeping an erection
  • Reduced sexual desire

Causes of ED:

  • Low Hormone
  • Age
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Life style
  • Fear of sexual failure
  • Medication
  • Illness


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  • Viagra 
  • Cialis
  • Caverjet (injection)
  • Hormone replacement 
  • Lifestyle modifications 

How it supposed to work?

A spongy tissue called the corpora cavernosa is the length of the penis (see picture) and surrounded by the tunica albuginea membrane. Erections begin with physical or mental stimulation.  The nervous system from the brain and locally cause the muscles to relax in the corpora cavernous, then allow blood to fill. As pressure increases and the penis expand the blood is becomes trapped by the tunica albuginea. An erection stops with the with the pressure stopping blood exiting and entering. After awhile the veins open up and let the blood flow out.

Arteries and veins of the penis
Two drawings of the penis. The top drawing shows the arteries of the penis and the bottom drawing shows the veins of the penis. A label in the top drawing points to the arteries branching throughout the penis. A label in the bottom drawing points to the veins. Both drawings contain labels pointing to the two corpora cavernosa running the length of the penis and the corpus spongiosum beneath the corpora cavernosa.

“Arteries (top) and veins (bottom) penetrate the corpora cavernosa and the corpus spongiosum. An erection occurs when relaxed muscles allow the corpora cavernosa to fill with excess blood fed by the arteries, while drainage of blood through the veins is blocked by the tunica albuginea. “( National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) )

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) Consensus Conference. NIH Consensus Development Panel on Impotence. Impotence. Journal of the American Medical Association. 1993;270:83-90.
  • Saigal CS, Wessells H, Wilt T. Predictors and prevalence of erectile dysfunction in a racially diverse population. Archives of Internal Medicine. 2006;166:207-212.