Erectile Dysfunction & Premature Ejaculation

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Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is estimated to currently affect approximately 2.3 million men in the UK today, with wait times for treatment ranging from 3 weeks to several months. The condition has various causes ranging from low blood flow in the penis, weak veins, hormonal imbalance, fatigue and depression to name a few.

In certain cases treatment for erectile dysfunction can be simple lifestyle changes such as quitting smoking, reducing or eliminating alcohol consumption as well as diet and exercise. Other men may require psychotherapy to determine whether or not the problem is psychological or emotional. If neither one of these treatments work than your doctor may suggest a prescription.* Often the medications prescribed for erectile dysfunction are phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE) such as Viagra, Cialis and Stendra, all of which can be prescribed by one of the doctors currently registered on the MeeDoc app.

* Not available in all countries.

Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation will happen to every man at least once in their lifetime, however for some men this can be a regular occurrence that can be very distressing and embarrassing. In many cases of premature ejaculation the cause is not known. A few of the possible causes associated with premature ejaculation are excitement attached to being with a new partner, hormonal issues, stress, and side effects from certain medications.

There are a variety of treatments used to treat men who suffer from premature ejaculation, and some men may have to try more than one of these treatments before they find one that is effective for them. Treatment options can be counselling to rule out psychological and/or emotional factors, various creams and gels, or antidepressants such as anafranil or priligy.**

** Not available in all countries.