Male sexual dysfunction

Things every man with E.D. should now:

E.D. is common. At least one in ten men over 40 have an erection problem, so you are not alone. In type 2 diabetics, about 80% suffer with erectile dysfunction.

One of the most important actions if you are suffering from E.D. is to seek medical advice at the earliest possible opportunity as there is often an underlying cause. This could be undiagnosed diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol.

Premature ejaculation:

Premature ejaculation describes the condition when a man ejaculates or “comes” too soon. But how soon is too soon? There is no universally agreed definition of premature ejaculation but it is generally thought of as ejaculation occurring within 2 minutes of penetration. It is common occurring in about one in five men.

Testosterone deficiency:

This is described as a combination of typical symptoms and a lower than expected level of testosterone, most international guidelines state that most men should have levels above 12 nnmol/l. Some younger men may even suffer from the condition at levels higher than that.

To arrange an appointment for Psychosexual Therapy with Trudy Hannington and her team please call Trudy Hannington on 07793 198968

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