Erectile Dysfunction is defined as a man’s inability to get and maintain an erection for satisfactory sex. In some cases, men get still obtain an erection and experience early warning signs of erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction commonly affects men above the age of 40; however, men of any age can experience signs of erectile dysfunction.
Common Signs of Erectile Dysfunction (ED):
- Softer than usual erections
- Difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection
- Achieving an erection takes longer than usual
- Climaxing or ejaculating more rapidly or with an incomplete erection
- Erections in the morning are becoming less frequent
- Erections do not last long enough to experience “satisfactory” sex
When Should I contact A Doctor?
If you suspect you may have erectile dysfunction, contact your doctor. In some advanced cases, erectile dysfunction may be an indication of a serious health concern. Contact your doctor to rule out any serious health concerns and get the treatment you need.
How Can I Treat Erectile Dysfunction?
There is a wide range of treatment solutions for men suffering from erectile dysfunction. At Progressive Men’s Health in Langhorne, PA, we provide confidential consultation and effective treatments to address erectile dysfunction. Our treatment uses intensity-extracorporeal shockwave therapy (LI-SWT) to enable natural or spontaneous erections. LI-SWT is a safe, effective treatment that stimulates natural healing and increases blood flow to the penis. Our team at Progressive Men’s Health combines shockwave therapy with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) to improve the production of growth factors
Schedule A Consultation
We welcome all patients to visit Progressive Men’s Health in Langhorne, PA. We offer confidential consultations for anyone seeing treatment. To request a consultation, please call our office at 215.764.3131 or schedule a consultation online. A member of our staff will respond to your request for a consultation as soon as possible.
940 Town Center Drive
Langhorne, PA 19047
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