- Natural remedies
if you want to avoid expensive drugs or uncomfortable mechanical devices then natural remedies will be the first thing you should try. In conjunction with addressing some of the possible underlying psychological elements contributing to your erectile dysfunction natural remedies can be very effective. For example, most men don’t know that certain simple foods are very effective at opening up those all-important ‘below the belt’ arteries or that some herbs can have significant results in improving your erections. Sure there are no “magic cures” but you might be amazed by the results that the right combination of natural remedies that don’t require a major complicated lifestyle change can achieve.
- Mechanical Devices
There are a number of mechanical devices that are produced with the intention of improving erectile performance, although their success rates are extremely variable. The range of devices includes externally applied splints, constriction bands, and vacuum constriction devices. Whilst internal treatments include therapies like needle-injection therapy, self-administered intraurethral therapy (muse), and hormone replacement therapy (HRT)
There are a number of different medications that can be used to treat ED. These drugs are no collectively phosphodiesterase inhibitors and they work by magnifying the effects of nitric oxide in the penis. Basically, nitric oxide relaxes your muscles which allows for greater blood flow and this is what ultimately leads to an erection when sexual stimulation takes place. Some of the more well know drugs include Fildena, Cenforce 150 & Cenforce 200. Given that these are quite powerful drugs it is vital that anyone contemplating taking them seeks professional medical guidance before proceeding.
In some extreme cases, a person may resort to surgery to address the problem. Clearly, this is an extreme not to mention expensive measure, and is usually only taken as a last resort. The most regular operations include vascular surgery, penile implants, and arterial surgery.