There are many reasons why you might be having trouble getting and maintaining an erection and these reasons can be different for different men.
For many men with organic erectile dysfunction, erectile dysfunction medications can provide one-time erections, but they do not provide a long-term cure for their erection problems. The drugs most commonly used to treat erectile dysfunction belong to a class of drugs known as PDE5 inhibitors. You may know them by Cenforce, Vidalista, Kamagra, or Fildena.
How Do PDE5 Inhibitors Help You Get An Erection?
PDE5 is an enzyme inside the walls of blood vessels. It affects the way our blood circulates and the way our cells talk to all the different and different components of the body.
PDE5 inhibitors block this PDE5 enzyme from working for a short time. This short blockage causes blood vessels to dilate and increases blood flow to the penis, allowing you to get an erection.
Penis Pumps and Cupping
You may know it as a penis pump, but it also has an even less sexy medical name. It comes in 3 parts:
- An acrylic cylinder slides over the penis.
- A pump can be manually or battery operated, depending on the model.
- A band that wraps tightly around the base of the penis after the pump has done its job.
Once his penis is in the cylinder, he uses a pump to create a vacuum. This pulls blood into the penis, causing it to harden.
Hormone Replacement Therapy
If your erectile dysfunction increases to abnormal hormone levels, your health care professional may recommend hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
HRT can help repair your hormones to normal levels, helping to improve erectile dysfunction. Depending on the hormone you’re taking, HRT may include taking pills, applying a gel to your skin, or giving yourself an injection.
Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation
Physical therapy and rehabilitation tend to be used to help overcome erectile dysfunction caused by trauma, trauma, or the aftermath of surgery. It depends on what you are improving, but braces and assistive devices can be used after physical therapy sports events.