Erectile Dysfunction

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Are you experiencing difficulty in getting and/or maintaining an erection? Is it beginning to have an effect on your relationships? It is nothing for you to be ashamed about, you are certainly not alone. The good news is that the problem could be something as simple as a hormone imbalance!

erectile sysfunctionWhat Is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is probably more commonly known as impotence and in the most basic of terms it is the inability for a man to achieve and maintain an erection. It is actually a very common problem and studies show that approximately half of men aged 40 to 70 will suffer from some level of ED in their lifetime.

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction

There are various things that can trigger erectile dysfunction including psychological issues like depression, anxiety or relationship problems. However, it can also be a physical issue caused by narrowing of the blood vessels in the penis or because of some form of injury or surgical procedure. However, one of the most common reasons for erectile dysfunction is becasue of a hormone imbalance.

Hormone Therapy For Erectile Dysfunction

When a man is suffering from low testosterone levels, a number of symptoms will occur and one of them is erectile dysfunction. Since testosterone is closely linked to libido, a deficiency can result in a man not being able to become sufficiently aroused enough to prompt an erection. In some men, the sexual drive and desire is still there, but they are still experiencing impotence. This is because testosterone also has a role to play in sustaining an erection.

If a testosterone deficiency is identified as the cause of erectile dysfunction, then bio-identical hormone replacement therapy can help to restore the balance and get things back in their correct working order.

If you would like to discuss hormone imbalance and the effects it can have on erectile dysfunction then please feel free to get in touch with us to arrange a consultation. Call today on 303 460-0867 or email info@nhrcc.com