July 9, 2019

Best ways to treat Erectile Dysfunction(ED)

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Dr. Rimmi Singla shed some light on the truths and facts of this condition in men that is not widely discussed.

Erectile Dysfunction(ED) is defined as the persistent inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance, ED affects men emotionally as well.

Patients feel shame and embarrassment. Patient trust that this condition is part of ageing or an illness and are unaware of treatment options. They are also reluctant to talk about their sexual concerns. And some time doctor also do not want to hurt the patient’s ego or infringe on his privacy.

Risk of ED?

Many risk factors can contribute to ED, including:

  • Lifestyle factors such as physical inactivity, obesity, use of tabacco, alcohol or certain prescribed or recreational medication.
  • Emotional factors, such as performance anxiety, depression and relationship issues.
  • Patient with diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension or hyperlipidaemia(high levels of lipids in the blood) and previous trauma.


How is an ED patient’s mental health affected?

There is a two way connection between psychological well-being  and ED. Depression can lead to ED and vice-versa. To complicate things, both can be related to other psychosocial problems such as relationships and past experience. Erectile Dysfunction/ ED can also lead to other emotional stresses and burdens such as low self-esteem, performance anxiety, frustration and anger.

Dr. Rimmi Singla(Singla Mediclinic) best doctor to treat male infertility, lists these physical problems as potential causes of erectile dysfunction:


  • Heart disease
  • Clogged blood vessels (atherosclerosis)
  • High cholesterol
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Obesity
  • Metabolic syndrome — a problem relating to increased blood pressure, high insulin levels, body fat around the waist and high cholesterol
  • Certain prescription medications
  • Tobacco use
  • Development of scar tissue inside the penis
  • Alcoholism and other forms of substance abuse
  • Sleep disorders
  • Treatments for prostate cancer or enlarged prostate
  • Surgical procedure or injuries that affect the pelvic area or spinal cord


Best ways to treat Erectile Dysfunction(ED):

The treatment his male infertility doctor recommends will be largely based on the reason he’s having difficulty with erections. The primary cause (there usually is one) will be recognized and treated. If that doesn’t correct the erectile dysfunction, his doctor may prescribe medication or pumps as treatment. Male infertility expert Dr. Rimmy Singla said, “A patient’s psychological and emotional health and medical history must be explored and addressed.

Stem cell therapy offers a best solution for men with ED because of various reasons including penile tissue injury and diabetes, among others. Male infertility experts are advocating the efficiency of stem cells, being able to duplicate themselves, in naturally regenerating and repairing body cells, substituting damaged ones, and restoring tissues that have been damaged.

If you’re one those who suffer in silence, now is the time really to do something about it. Innovative Stem Cell Therapy is highly effective, minimally-invasive and safe for the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction.  Consult your trusted male infertility expert if the problem becomes a pain, Dr. Rimmy Singla (Male infertility expert) definitely can walk you through your most optimum treatment options.


The most important things you can do if your partner is having trouble with ED are:


See a doctor/specialist — His doctor will be able to get to the bottom of why he’s having trouble with erections and help him come up with a treatment plan.


Be supportive emotionally: Avoid making any negative remarks about it or blaming him if you don’t conceive right away. ED is not something men can usually help on their own, and it’s not their fault if they get it.


Have Patience — when you’re prepared to have a baby and it isn’t happening as fast as you want can be a challenge. When a problem like ED pitches a wrench in your fertility plans, it’s easy to become disheartened. Have a deep breath and remember that ED can always be treated!


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