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Erectile Dysfunction: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

at Omniya Clinic in London

What is erectile dysfunction?

Failure to obtain or maintain an erection can be a common occurrence in men over 40 and is usually caused by low moods or energy, drinking habits and as a side effect of medications or underlying health conditions.

If erectile dysfunction (ED) occurs regularly, it can become a long-term problem for the person and seriously impact their self-esteem and libido. To help overcome this, men can resort to hormonal therapies such as testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) or take prescribed ED medication.

At Omniya Clinic London, we recognise how erectile dysfunction can play a big impact on your self-esteem and mental health. We want to reassure you that you are not alone and that seeking treatment is completely understandable.

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What treatments are available at Omniya for erectile dysfunction?

What are the causes of erectile dysfunction?

ED affects over 16.5 million men in the UK alone, making it a common condition that affects men later in life. Physical, psychological and lifestyle factors can contribute to erectile dysfunction. For example, stress, anxiety, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure and excessive smoking or drinking can increase the chances of ED.  

Erectile dysfunction can also be caused by low levels of testosterone, which is a crucial hormone that promotes a healthy sex drive.

Erectile dysfunction FAQs

Is viagra the only drug for erectile dysfuntion?

No, there are currently a handful of similar drugs on the market.

How long do I have to wait to see results from TRT?

It can take anything from three weeks to a month before you may start to notice an improvement.

Will TRT have any other positive effects on me?

If you’ve suffered from low testosterone for a while then you should notice an improvement in mood. You may also feel physically stronger. For more information on TRT please visit here.

How is TRT administered?

TRT can be taken via gel rubbed into the skin, patches, injections and even pellets implanted under the skin every three to six months.

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