Erectile dysfunction, or ED, is the most common sex problem men report to their doctor, according to the Urology Care Foundation. It affects as many as 30 million men and can lead to low self-esteem, depression, and distress for the man and his partner.
While erectile dysfunction can happen for a variety of reasons, many men can ease or even reverse ED by making simple lifestyle changes such as losing excess weight and quitting smoking. But for as many as 75% of men, the cause may be more complex. According to Harvard Medical School, ED may result from vascular disease, neurological disease, diabetes, or prostate-related treatments or surgeries. Sometimes it is a side effect of a medication you are taking.
"If you have been having difficulty getting or sustaining erections, talk about it with your doctor," Harvard experts say. "Such a conversation is never easy but be prepared to provide your doctor with detailed information."
Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum, author of "Real Case, Real Cure," tells Newsmax that the best way to beat ED is by taking bioidentical testosterone.
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