At H3 Health we offer all forms of erectile dysfunction treatment from conventional pills such as Viagra, to more complex long-acting medications, creams, and surgical urological procedures where required.
What should you do if you are suffering with Erectile Dysfunction?
Don’t put off seeing a doctor as every day you wait you could miss the benefits of effective treatment.
Getting an erection is actually a highly complex process involving psychological desire, hormonal, neurological and vascular processes. But ultimately, our erections are down to effective blood flow, and the majority of ED drugs work by interfering with the chemical process that lets blood leave an erect penis. Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra are all part of the same family of drugs known as PDE-5 inhibitors, and provided the underlying cause for erectile dysfunction is treated as well, these medications can be highly effective in improving erection quality.
Medication is a common and often very useful way to treat the symptoms of erectile dysfunction. Viagra remains the most commonly used ED medication, and is best taken around 60 minutes before sexual activity, with its effects lasting up to 4 hours. Generally, however, this medication, (and similar drugs), cannot cause an erection if there is a lack of sexual arousal. It is imperative, therefore, if you have been suffering from ED for more than a few weeks, that you see your doctor rather than opting for the over the counter quick fix of erectile dysfunction drugs, because, as discussed above, this may be a warning sign of other more serious health problems. Furthermore, if your ED is due to a pre-existing health condition, then always try and address that first, as successful treatment of the underlying problem will often result in a better sex life.
Overall, erectile dysfunction drugs are a great way to re-establish your erection and to enjoy your sex life once again, but before you treat this symptom, it is vital to understand the underlying cause. Every man with prolonged erectile dysfunction should be seeing their GP or a male-health specialist doctor to work out why they developed erectile problems in the first place. Don’t just rely on a pill.