Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
If you are experiencing symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction visit Dr. Kaplan, a board certified urologist and recognized authority in the field of urology. Let him personally access your condition and design a treatment plan specific to your needs. It's common for men to delay seeking treatment because of feelings of shame or embarrassment. Dr. Kaplan recommends that patients give this condition immediate attention so that they can return to their normal sexual activity as soon as possible while carrying on with healthy relationships and maintaining their confidence. He understands that this is a very personal experience for patients and treats each one with thoughtful and individual attention.
Dr. Kaplan's vast experience and superior patient care have earned him "Top Doctor" by Las Vegas Magazine and "Consultant of the Year" by the state Family Practice Association in previous years. He is a formal national speaker and consultant to the pharmaceutical industry and has been treating patients at his own practice since 1989. He is continually recognized as a urology expert and consults a leading penile implant manufacture, teaching surgical techniques to urologists worldwide.
It's important to understand that Erectile Dysfunction is a common condition, affecting more than 100 million men worldwide. It can affect men of any age, all levels of health and to varying degrees.
Understanding the Causes of Erectile Dysfunction
There are both physical and psychological factors that can contribute to the ability to achieve and maintain an erection. Diseases and imbalances in the body commonly lead to nerve damage or interference that can cause Erectile Dysfunction. Common vascular diseases leading to ED include Arteriosclerosis, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
Neurological diseases such as Multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's Diabetes are also known to have an impact. Other common conditions linked to ED are hormonal imbalance, kidney failure, dialysis, pelvic surgeries and spinal injuries. The ingredients of some prescription drugs are shown to produce side effects that result in erectile problems. Substance abuse can also play a large role. Psychological factors include traumatic sexual experiences from the past, stress, depression and anxiety.
There are several treatment options that are considered when evaluating a patient's particular condition including oral medications, intraurethral suppositories, injectable medications, implants, and vacuum devices. Sometimes adjusting current medications or making lifestyle improvements is also part of the treatment plan. Medical research continues to shed new light on the treatment of ED and Dr. Kaplan's recommendations for treatment are unique to each patient based on his particular condition and medical history.