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Psychosocial problems are important and may cause erectile dysfunction by themselves or together with other causes of erectile dysfunction, such as diabetes and heart disease. Relationships are complicated and many factors cause tensions, which can affect sexual relations. For some men, these problems can become ongoing and it can help to talk through the issue with a skilled counsellor. It is important to know that the longer erectile dysfunction is left untreated, the greater the effect on relationships. This is another reason why early treatment of erectile dysfunction is important.

Authors conducted a meta-analysis to evaluate the effectiveness of psychological interventions for the treatment of erectile dysfunction (ED) compared to oral drugs, local injection, vacuum devices, or other psychological interventions. Distinct sources of randomised clinical trials (RCTs) were searched, such as electronic databases (between 1966 and 2007). We also crosschecked references and contacted scientific societies. Eleven trials involving 398 men met the inclusion criteria. Conclusions: there is evidence that group therapy (GT) improves ED in selected patients. Focused sex GT showed greater efficacy than control group. Men who received GT plus sildenafil showed significant improvement of ED and were less likely than those receiving only sildenafil to drop out. In comparing the effectiveness of psychological interventions for the treatment of ED versus local injection and vacuum devices, no difference was found.


Choosing the treatment that is best for you comes down to preference and efficacy. Montague cites a study that surveyed three groups of men, all of whom were successfully using an ED treatment. One group was on oral medications, one was using injections and a third had surgically implanted pumps. The most satisfied users were those with the implanted prostheses.
Antidepressants can have numerous effects on sexual function including altered sexual desire, erection difficulties and orgasm problems. This systematic review investigated different ways to manage such sexual dysfunction. We included 23 randomised studies, with a total of 1886 participants who had developed their sexual problems while taking antidepressant medication. Twenty-two of these studies looked at the addition of further medication to the ongoing treatment for depression. For men with antidepressant-induced erectile dysfunction, the addition of sildenafil (Viagra; three studies, 255 participants) or tadalafil (Cialis; one study, 54 participants) appeared to improve the situation. For women with antidepressant-induced sexual dysfunction the addition of bupropion (Wellbutrin, Zyban; three studies, 482 participants) at higher doses appears to be the most promising approach studied so far, but further data from randomised trials are likely to be required before it can be recommended confidently. We did not find evidence that any intervention led to a worsening of psychiatric symptoms; however, we cannot be confident of this for many of the interventions studied, as only small numbers of participants have been studied so far.
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The symptoms of erectile dysfunction are characterized by regularly not being able to get or keep a firm enough erection to have sex. Failing to get an erection occasionally (for example, as a result of drinking too much alcohol), or less than once every five times, is generally not considered to be erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction, sometimes called ED or impotence, is very common.
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Erectile dysfunction can be a symptom of conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or narrowing of the arteries. Some simple tests may be required. A face-to-face assessment with a doctor is particularly important if symptoms develop over a period of weeks or months, or even suddenly, without an emotional event to set them off. Erectile dysfunction can be a complication of previous operations or a side effect of some prescribed medication.
Once implanted, the pumps become “part of their body,” Montague explains. “No out-of-pocket cost per use. Predictable response. Works every time.” Pills, even when they work, might be less effective if you’ve had more than a couple drinks or are out of sorts for other reasons. Injections are slightly more reliable than pills but, Montague says, are still subject to variability.
Tablet medication: The first treatment option offered is usually a group of medications known as PDE5 inhibitors. These medications allow you to achieve an erection by causing greater blood flow to the penis following sexual stimulation or sexual arousal. How quickly the medication works and how long it lasts will depend on your individual situation and which of the medications you are taking. The medication may not work the first few times it is used, and it is recommended you trial the medication several times at the right dose before deciding on the success of this treatment option.
Prostaglandin E1 has the most extensive efficacy and safety record, making it the current drug of choice. It relaxes the smooth muscle of the corpora cavernosa, resulting in a dose-dependent increase in penile blood inflow and tumescence. The magnitude of the blood flow and erectile response varies between individuals and according to the pathology.
The role of the endothelium in ED has been noted for a number of years and the overlapping of ED and other conditions, especially coronary heart disease, CVD, affecting endothelial function/dysfunction, is clearly present. The endothelial cell is now known to affect vascular tone and impact the process of atherosclerosis, and impacting ED, CVD and peripheral vascular disease.16

The following products are considered to be alternative treatments or natural remedies for Erectile Dysfunction. Their efficacy may not have been scientifically tested to the same degree as the drugs listed in the table above. However there may be historical, cultural or anecdotal evidence linking their use to the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction.


The success of most commonly-used therapies will depend on co-operation of the partner. It is important to determine the partner's attitudes to the problem and involve them in discussions of treatment options. Men who do not have a regular or supportive partner rarely do well with therapies which necessitate treatment at the time of intended intercourse.
The views expressed in this article intend to highlight alternative studies and induce conversation. They are the views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of hims, and are for informational purposes only, even if and to the extent that this article features the advice of physicians and medical practitioners. This article is not, nor is it intended to be, a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and should never be relied upon for specific medical advice.

Erectile dysfunction can be a symptom of conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or narrowing of the arteries. Some simple tests may be required. A face-to-face assessment with a doctor is particularly important if symptoms develop over a period of weeks or months, or even suddenly, without an emotional event to set them off. Erectile dysfunction can be a complication of previous operations or a side effect of some prescribed medication.
The presently marketed formulation of prostaglandin E1 is inconvenient. It needs to be kept frozen due to the lability of the prostaglandin in solution. This makes prostaglandin E1 awkward to use, especially if the patient must travel. Improved formulations such as a lyophilised powder and a transurethral gel formulation of prostaglandin E1 as well as an effective oral medication have been developed and should become available in the near future.
Pycnogenol is a herbal dietary supplement extracted from French maritime pine bark whose main ingredient is procyanidin. Procyanidin is a powerful antioxidant also found in food such as grapes, berries, pomegranates, red wine and various nuts. Supplements containing procyanidin are widely marketed worldwide for the promotion of health, and for the prevention and treatment of chronic disorders. The rationale for this is that antioxidants neutralise reactive oxygen species (ROS; frequently referred to as "free radicals") which, apart from performing important bodily functions, can cause damage to cells and tissues if present in excessive amounts. Available supplements vary in the source and quantity of procyanidin, as well as in number and type of other ingredients they contain. We chose to focus on Pycnogenol as this supplement is a standardised product, many trials have been conducted, and it is extensively marketed internationally. Our review aimed to assess the efficacy and safety of Pycnogenol as a treatment for chronic disorders. We identified 15 eligible randomised controlled trials with a total of 791 participants which addressed seven different chronic conditions: asthma (two studies); attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (one study), chronic venous insufficiency (two studies), diabetes (four studies), erectile dysfunction (one study), hypertension (two studies) and osteoarthritis (three studies). Due to small sample size, limited number of trials per condition, variation in outcomes evaluated and outcome measures used, as well as the risk of bias in the included studies, no definite conclusions regarding the efficacy and safety of Pycnogenol are possible.
Penile Injection Medication: This is just what it sounds like. Injected at home directly into the penis, the medication alprostadil produces erection by relaxing certain muscles, increasing blood flow into the penis and restricting outflow. Although some sources report an 80 percent success rate, the therapy has disadvantages, such as risks of infection, pain, and scarring—fibrosis—in the penis, and it may also cause priapism. A popular version of this medication is Upjohn Corporation’s Caverject. The MUSE System, by VIVUS, involves the same medicine (a pellet of alprostadil) applied with an eye-dropper-like applicator, directly into the urethra.
Since endothelial dysfunction, CVD and ED are closely associated in epidemiological studies, the question for clinicians is whether to recommend the man presenting with ED undergo a cardiovascular (CV) evaluation. Clearly, based on numerous studies, ED can be considered at least a ‘marker’ for possible further vascular disease or CVD.15 In their report, Vlachopoulos and coworkers make the point that the man presenting with ED, the clinician, is offered an opportunity to attempt to improve the health of the man by addressing lifestyle modification, and consider further vascular evaluation owing to the clear relationship between endothelial dysfunction, ED and CVD.19
Some men may order ED drugs online for convenience, even if they have a prescription for the medication. In one French study, 12% of men with prescriptions for PDE-5 inhibitors reported buying their medicine online, which creates a significant risk of purchasing a counterfeit version of the medicine. Another European study reported that 60% of men who purchased prescription-only medicines online believed that they would be able to access the same medicines online as they would get from a real pharmacy or doctor.
Men with diabetes have a higher risk of erectile dysfunction, especially if their diabetes is not well controlled. We do not fully understand the reasons for this. Over the long term, poor control of a man’s diabetes may result in increased damage to the nerves and circulation that control blood flow to the penis. If blood glucose levels are kept in the normal range, these problems are less likely to occur.
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