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Prostate Problems and Erectile Dysfunction
Men who have had prostate surgery, cancer or other prostate-related health problems are at serious risk for developing erectile dysfunction (ED). Although prostate cancer is usually not a direct cause of ED, cancer treatments can make it difficult for a man to function sexually. Prostate surgery, radiation therapy and cryotheraphy are all major causes of ED. It is also common for men with prostate problems who have had hormonal therapy to lose sexual desire due to decreased levels of testosterone.
If you have had prostate problems and now suffering from ED, there are many treatments available through The Boston Method to help you regain sexual function.
- Oral Medications – You know the popular ED pills we’re talking about! These can be effective at improving erectile function, but for men who have sustained nerve damage, many times they fail to work. If this is your case, don’t be alarmed.
- Intracavernous pharmacotherapy – These routine injections of vasodilators into the tissue of the penis can take effect within a few minutes and can give you an erection that lasts up to two hours.
- Hormone replacement therapy – Boston Medical Group has helped many men with prostate problems and erectile dysfunction regain their sexual performance by raising their testosterone levels.
If you have prostate problems and erectile dysfunction, Contact Boston Medical Group to schedule a private and personalized consultation with our experienced physicians.