Erectile Dysfunction, Impotence, Premature Ejaculation and Sex Life

Erectile dysfunction of various degrees of severity is the most common, most prevalent medical condition of all. 10% of all men worldwide suffer to a greater or lesser degree from erectile failure, sufficient to prevent them from having sexual intercourse and thus causing distress both to themselves and their wives. It is a medical condition because it is something that causes distress to those who suffer from it, and is easily treated by straightforward medical methods.

At 21st Century Clinics we undertake a proper initial consultation and a health evaluation before we offer treatment. Blood tests are required. Many patients have been very pleased to learn about unsuspected and important health problems that can then be dealt with appropriately.

If medication is called for, initial supplies will be arranged and if this does not work ideally, further consultations are without charge until your problem is under control.

It is only within the last twenty years that a large range of possible medical treatments has become available. Among the PDE5 inhibitors are Viagra (sildenafil), Cialis (tadalafil) and Levitra (vardenafil). Most patients who have tried it now use Cialis by preference because of its prolonged background action which eliminates worrying about when to take the medicine. However, which one to choose is a matter of patient individuality. Most men will succeed with Viagra, Cialis or Levitra and especially if they are properly taught by us about how to use them to best effect.

Some men will need quite other sorts of treatment. It is because of our expertise with the whole range of available treatments that we are able to make our proud claim of no failures yet. Other treatments include: Injections of alprostadil or various drug mixtures, Hormones (including testosterone, occasionally), Vacuum devices, or surgery to correct abnormalities. There are other treatments that we use less frequently. Because of our uniform success with medical treatments, we have not yet found it necessary for any or our patients to undergo surgical implantation of a prosthesis to make an artificial erection, though that is always available either by choice or as the last resort.

Other problems. Patients may suffer from premature ejaculation or emotional upset or an abnormality of the genital organs, which they find embarrassing or in some other way makes difficulties for them. The range of possibilities is too large to be summarised here. Help can always be given, ranging from surgery to psychological therapy, though ordinary medical treatment will be enough in most cases.