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Depression and Erectile Dysfunction

A male’s ability to perform sexually is dictated by both his physiological and psychological health. Men who suffer from clinical depression can experience fatigue, apathy and low self-esteem which can lead to to erectile dysfunction. Conversely, erectile dysfunction can sometimes cause depression in men who become overwhelmed by the frustrations associated with having a serious sexual health problem and/or not being able to please their partner in the bedroom.

How depression affects erectile function:

• Many anti-depressant medications can have serious sexual side effects, including reduced libido or an inability to achieve a strong and lasting erection.
• Studies suggest that up to 82% of men who suffer from a moderate to severe form of erectile dysfunction also have some symptoms of depression.
• Over 70% of people with depression report a loss of sexual interest.

The men’s health experts at Boston Medical Group have been helping men with erectile dysfunction and depression for over ten years. Many doctors can treat you for depression, but The Boston Method provides our physicians a wide range of options to treat erectile dysfunction that you can’t find anywhere else. You may find significant improvement in your sexual health after just one visit.

Depression and Erectile Dysfunction

Depression and erectile dysfunction go hand in hand but many people have a difficult time bringing it up to their physician. The depression and erectile dysfunction experts at the Boston Medical Group treat patients with both depression and erectile dysfunction on a daily basis and are experienced at talking with their patients in a comfortable and professional manner. Depression and erectile dysfunction are very sensitive health issues, when you decide to talk to someone, make sure you talk to an expert, like the specialists at Boston Medical Group.

Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction and Depression

There is a vicious cycle that may sometimes occur with patients who suffer from depression and erectile dysfunction. Depression and erectile dysfunction can occur simultaneously because depression medications can wreck havoc on your libido and adversely affect your ability to attain an erection. Depression and erectile dysfunction can also occur simultaneously as a result of the fear and anxiety associated with the inability to attain or keep an erection.