Self Help with Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence)

On this portal, you will find all interesting information about erectile dysfunction – symptomscausestreatment options and tips from those affected. In our community page, they can exchange views and ask personal questions.

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We have researched numerous support groups for erectile dysfunction in the United States. On the Map shows an overview of Urologist and Urological Facilities.

Are you struggling to get enough or strong erection during sexual intercourse? Then this is a sign that you must be having an Erectile dysfunction issue, for some this might not be a big issue, however, it can affect your self-confidence or even worse, your relationship status might be affected, this could even cause stress on your part.

Most of the time the issue of  “Impotence” or Erectile dysfunction is kept within yourself or sometimes you are having difficulty finding someone to open up about it. We would like to help you find a way out of this situation.

What is Impotence?

Impotence or “impotent” is often referred to as a negative or signifies negatively. so we would try to refrain from using this word in our topics, instead, we will use the word “Erectile dysfunction (ED)” which is a recognized medical term. Alternatively, we speak of “potency problems”, “potency disorder” or “erectile problems” or “erectile dysfunction” as neutral terms.

The term erectile dysfunction  (ED) is referred to as the inability of having a longer or prolonged erection during sexual activity. or simply an erection that does not last long for the purpose of having sex, or even the state of diminishing sexual desire is also connected.

Most common symptoms can be enumerated as follow:

  • difficulty having  an Erection
  • Incapacity to Sustain an Erection
  • failure having an Erection
  • less sensitivity of the penis
  • Change of erection angle

If you are temporarily exposed to stressful situations at work, at home or in a private environment, have gone through an acute illness phase or are simply suffering from physical or mental exhaustion, these or similar life circumstances can influence your ability to erect. Once these phases are over, your erectile ability is quickly restored in the most common cases. Other sexual disorders, such as lack of libido (sexual desire) or premature ejaculation, are not part of erectile dysfunction.

What do you need to know about It?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) may be a symptom of a serious, possibly unrecognized disease. Diseases such as diabetes, coronary heart disease or arteriosclerosis can also lead to erectile dysfunction. there are many causes of ED we can classify these cause into 3 major types:

It is therefore important that you seek medical help as quickly as possible to clarify the cause. ignoring the symptoms may lead to a serious problem. In this way, you can have a better understanding and not carry the burden alone. Being able to talk about the problem is enormously important. There are also various sexual enhancers that may help you achieve an erection during sex even if you’re having potency disorder and make satisfactory sexual intercourse. Together with your family doctor or urologist as well as with your partner you can find the right medication or auxiliaries. On the page “How can erectile dysfunction be treated?“We have put together more information.

Many have also considered wearing some know penis extender devices such as Phallosan Forte and SizeGenetics as therapy or the treatment of minor erection problems as this improved blood circulation through its vacuum tension in the glans area.

Possible negative effects when having Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

Erectile dysfunction often leads to a sense of inferiority among others, which can lead to mental stress, social withdrawal, problems in the partnership or inability to work. Much depends here on a misconception about sexuality, which we try to clean up on our Myths on Sexuality page.

The behavior change also unsettles the partner, so that both feel left alone with the problem. In this case, the non-discussion burden the partner more often than the problem of erectile dysfunction itself.

The timely visit to your family doctor or a urologist is very important. Unfortunately, some physicians still have difficulty communicating openly and sensitively on sexual issues. If this is the case, you should quickly look for a new family doctor – an open doctor-patient relationship is fundamentally important. In the case of the urologist, it is aggravating that not every specialist has sufficient knowledge and experience in the diagnosis and treatment of erectile dysfunction.

Urological facilities in the United States

Advanced Urology Centers Of New York – Bayside 210-08 Northern Blvd Suite 3
Bayside, NY 11361
+1 516-829-1313
Chesapeake Urology Associates | Brandywine Medical Center 7704 Matapeake Business Dr #301
Brandywine, MD 20613
+1 301-868-0202
Montclair Urological Group 777 Bloomfield Ave
Glen Ridge, NJ 07028
+1 973-429-0462
UC Davis Health – Urology 4860 Y St Suite 2200
Sacramento, CA 95817
+1 916-734-2222
UF Health Urology – Medical Plaza 2000 SW Archer Rd 3rd Floor
Gainesville, FL 32610
+1 352-265-8240
United Urology Center LLC 10600 W Higgins Rd
Rosemont, IL 60018
+1 847-544-5877
Urologist Las Vegas | Prostate & Kidney Cancer Screening | Dr. Kassahun 2012 Wellness Way
Las Vegas, NV 89106
+1 702-877-0814 ext. 115
Urology Centers of Alabama 3686 Grandview Pkwy #540
Birmingham, AL 35243
+1 205-930-0920
Warren Clinic Urology 6585 S Yale Ave #720
Tulsa, OK 74136
Yakima Urology Associates: Uhlman Mark S MD 2500 Racquet Ln, Yakima,
WA 98902
(509) 249-3900
The Oregon Clinic Urology at Providence Plaza 5050 NE Hoyt St #514
Portland, OR 97213
(503) 488-2323
Wichita Urology Group PA: Farha Ayham J MD 7570 W 21st St # 1014A, Wichita
KS 67205
(316) 721-0119
Urology Clinic – UT Southwestern West Campus Building 3 (WCB3) – UT Southwestern
2001 Inwood Rd 4th floor
Dallas, TX 75390
(214) 645-8765
San Juan Health Partners Urology 2700 Farmington Ave #1, Farmington
NM 87401
(505) 609-6380
Urology Associates of North TX 811 Interstate 20 W #218, Arlington,
TX 76017
(817) 784-8268
The Iowa Clinic Urology Department 5950 University Ave, West Des Moines
IA 50266
(515) 875-9800
University Medical Center -Urology Department 50 N Medical Dr,
Salt Lake City, UT 84132
(801) 213-2700