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Neurologic erectile dysfunction (ED) is the most difficult type of ED to diagnose.Once diagnosed, depending on the core problem, several different treatments can be used including vasodilators live Viagra, Levitra, and Cialis, or Injectable medications. Short of a full endocrinological work up to discover levels of luteinizing hormones, testosterone, and prolactin. Easier tests like blood flow through a Doppler ultrasound device, can help choose the proper therapy.
In the case of erectile dysfunction, treatment should follow a path of least evasive and progress until all options have been exhausted before considering a penile implant. This should be one’s last consideration. Leading urologists have found that injection therapy has been the most successful in ED cases where nerve damage and even paralysis is the cause of the condition.
Parkinson disease (PD) is one of the diseases that lead to Erectile Dysfunction. Though ED shows itself commonly in men with Parkinson Disease but it is not understood why. It could be because of the disease itself, or natural aging. Either way it is treatable.
Men with epilepsy can acquire ED. It is suspected that discharges in the temporal lobe can hinder regulation of the pituitary gland secretion. This leads to reduced testosterone and increased prolactin. CL (Cortical lesions) which happen in the temporal lobe can also disrupt erectile function.
Spinal Cord Injuries require both physical and emotional loss. They may require both a sexual health and a psychotherapy treatment. Spinal injuries in many cases can still have partial erections, but in most cases require a pharmacological to help them achieve an erection satisfactory for penetration, and the satisfaction of their partner.
We know that talking about your ED to your partner or even your family physician can be embarrassing. That is why we have created a discreet environment to help you resolve this issue. At the Oklahoma Men’s Clinic, our physicians and providers will check all your medications you may be taking that may affect you sexual ability, thoroughly go over your medical history ensuring you are healthy enough to have sex, go over any surgeries or conditions you have or have had, preform an ultrasound checking to make sure you have proper blood flow, do a complete BMI (Body Mass Index) test to check for obesity and weight issues that may be affecting your ability to become erect, and finally do a comprehensive blood work so we can render you the best educated opinion of what will work best for you. Our Oklahoma Men’s Clinic licensed medical providers will give you the best advice and recommendations based on all the factors discovered during your office visit. Whether it is our new prolific therapy (Which requires little or no medication), Bypass Sublingual Therapy, or Trimed Therapy, will advise you on all of your options. The essential point is that almost every time one of these therapies will work for you, and we recommend that the sooner you take action, the better off you will be.