Is Erectile Dysfunction a thing of worry for you? Erectile dysfunction can vary in terms of its underlying causes and severity. The treatment options to cure erectile dysfunction can only be explored only after a check- up by a certified health professional. Common oral medicines available to cure erectile dysfunction are Sildenafil (Viagra), Tadalafil (Adcirca, Cialis), Vardenafil (Levitra, Staxyn) and Avanafil (Stendra). These medicines enhance the effects of nitric oxide that relax the penis muscles. The resultant increase in blood flow allows patients to get an erection from sexual stimulation.  Alprostadil Self-injection & Urethral Suppository. Alprostadil self-injection is a popular treatment option for erectile dysfunction. Patients can use a fine needle to inject alprostadil into the base or side of their penis. These injections are dosed to create an erection that lasts for an hour or so.

In Alprostadil intraurethral therapy, a tiny alprostadil suppository is placed inside the patient's penis in the penile urethra. This ensures long-lasting erections in patients.

Testosterone Replacement: If doctors discover that the dysfunction is a result of low levels of the hormone testosterone, they prescribe testosterone replacement therapy in combination with other treatments to cure it.

Penis Pumps and Implants: A penis pump is a hollow tube apparatus with a pump. The patients are required to place the tube over their penis. The pump sucks out the air from inside the tube. This procedure uses vacuum creation to suck blood inside the penis. A tension ring is quickly slipped around the penis as soon as the patient gets an erection. These rings help in holding the blood in the penis which in turn keeps it firm. Patients can remove the tension ring after enjoying healthy intercourse. Devices are surgically placed into both sides of the penis in a penile implant. Inflatable implants allow patients to control when having an erection and for how long. Implants with malleable rods keep the penis firm but bendable.

How to Cure Premature Ejaculation? Finding the best mix of treatments that benefit the condition in a particular individual can incur some time. Here are some common treatment options to cure premature ejaculation:

Behavioural Techniques: Experts suggest simple behavioural techniques like masturbation when done before the intercourse can be therapy enough for premature ejaculation. Sometimes, doctors also prescribe sex therapy designed to improve self-control.

Kegel Exercises: Weak male pelvic floor muscles often delay ejaculation. Pelvic floor muscles can be strengthened by practicing Kegel exercises. Pelvic floor muscles can easily be identified by stopping urination midstream several times and also by tightening the muscles that keep them from passing gas. Kegel exercises require patients to tighten the pelvic floor muscles to hold the contraction for three seconds and then relax for three seconds. It is best to repeat the process in three sets of 10 repetitions each day.

Pause and Squeeze Technique: This particular technique requires partners to indulge in sexual activity as usual, until the patient feels ready to ejaculate. Then the partner is required to squeeze the end of the patient's penis, at the point where the head joins the shaft, for several seconds, to let the urge to ejaculate pass. Intercourse can be resumed once the urge passes. Regular practice of pause and squeeze technique helps the patient be familiar with the feeling of delayed ejaculation.

Condoms: Condoms are known to diminish penis sensitivity and can consequently delay ejaculation. Certain condoms are designed to delay climax which therefore delays ejaculation.The thicker latex of these condoms have numbing agents such as benzocaine or lidocaine which delay ejaculation.

Topical Anesthetics: Premature Ejaculation may also be treated topically by applying anaesthetic creams and sprays. These creams contain benzocaine, lidocaine or prilocaine. These creams are prescribed to be applied on the penis 10 to 15 minutes before sex to delay ejaculation.

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