Erectile Dysfunction Doctor
Doctors who treat erectile dysfunction
Doctors that specialize in the treatment of erectile dysfunction
Physical difficulties, psychological reasons, or a combination of both can cause erectile dysfunction (ED).
The following are the most prominent ED symptoms:
- poor sex drive inability to get or maintain an erection
- concern about one’s sexual performance
Many men find it difficult to talk about a sexual health issue like ED. However, it’s critical to speak freely and honestly with your doctor about your ED. There are a variety of therapy methods available. Most men will find a treatment that works for them with assistance.
Even if ED does not cause psychological difficulties, it might exacerbate them. If you have an eating disorder, you should get help from a mental health expert. A sex therapist can also assist you in dealing with any emotional or relational issues that have arisen as a result of your ED. However, the best place to start is with your primary care physician.
Erectile dysfunction specialists
When it comes to ED diagnosis, your doctor should be your first port of call. Because there are so many possible reasons of ED, a thorough physical examination may be required to diagnose it. Your primary care clinic physician is a wonderful place to start.
The initial steps in diagnosing ED are usually simple. If further information is needed, your doctor may recommend you to a specialist.
Doctors, like nearly all medical treatments, prefer to start with the least invasive options. As a result, surgery is frequently the last resort.
Urologists are experts in the areas of urinary and reproductive health. They can assist in the diagnosis of any problems with your reproductive system.
If you don’t have any underlying physical or mental disorders, such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, or anxiety, but still have ED symptoms, your doctor may recommend you to a urologist.
Erectile dysfunction can be caused by problems with your prostate gland. Your urologist may evaluate your prostate for erectile dysfunction-causing disorders such as:
enlarged prostate or treatment for enlarged prostate nerve damage resulting from radical prostatectomy polyuria, or high urine volume prostate cancer or treatment for prostate cancer enlarged prostate or treatment for enlarged prostate
A physical checkup by your urologist may include measuring your blood pressure and inspecting your penis and testicles. To examine the health of your prostate, a rectal exam, in which your doctor uses a finger to feel your prostate gland, may be required. You should only experience minor discomfort during this test.
Your urologist could also inquire about any diuretics you’re taking, as well as how much caffeine and alcohol you consume. All of these factors can contribute to or cause ED. If your ED is caused by a diuretic (a drug that increases urine production), your urologist may prescribe adjusting the medication or drinking fewer diuretic drinks (such as coffee).
Introducing CaverStem®: The Natural Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
What is CaverStem®?
CaverStem® is the only FDA-approved technique performed by a licensed physician that uses the patient’s own stem cells to repair damaged tissue, making it a safe and effective treatment for erectile dysfunction.
- Drug free
- Safe & Effective
- Simple In-Office Procedure
- 80% + Success Rate
- No Downtime
- No Side Effects
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How Does CaverStem Work?
Harvest Patient’s Bone Marrow
- In physician’s office
- Local anesthetic
Cells Harvested from Bone Marrow
Stem cell product containing endothelial progenitor cells, hematopoietic and mesenchymal cells without the dilution and contamination of blood.
Stem Cells Injection
- No rejection
- Stimulates natural healing and improvement of muscle and blood vessels
- Durable results
Pick the day and time that works best for you.
One of our staff members will contact you at your preferred time to discuss if you qualify for the CaverStem procedure.