What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. ED, or “impotence”, is a common problem for men of all ages.

When Should I do Something About My ED?

• If achieving or maintaining an erection is difficult
• Occurs at least 1 in 4 times of attempting intercourse, or persists for a month)
• If achieving an erection takes longer than usual or is more difficult in certain positions
• If erections are weaker or less rigid
• If maintaining erection requires conscious effort
• If morning erections are less frequent or less rigid
• If climaxing occurs more rapidly or with incomplete erection
• If an erection after stimulation takes longer
• If you experience reduced ejaculatory volume
• If you experience longer intervals between erections
• If pills don’t work for you
• If pills are inconvenient or too expensive

Erectile Dysfunction is more common than once thought. Although ED is most often seen in men over the age of 40, it affects men of all ages. The most common cause is physical in nature and related to blood flow.
The prevalence of ED increases with age.

39% of men at age 40 are affected
50% of Diabetics are affected
67% of men at age 70 are affected

Common conditions associated with ED

• Diabetes
• Hypertension
• Increased Age
• High Blood Cholesterol
• Cardiac Diseases
• Smoking
• Poor Overall Circulation