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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Causes Symptoms

Erectile Dysfunction with Abraham the Pharmacist. Erectile Dysfunction Treatment, Causes, Symptoms, Cure, Fix. Erectile Problems.

00:00 Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Causes Symptoms?

00:39 Best Lifestyle Changes That Help Treat And Cure Erectile Dysfunction?

07:35 Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?

08:57 How Your Healthcare Professional Will Review Your Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?

10:50 What Causes Erectile Dysfunction Problems Symptoms And Signs?

11:48 When To Speak To Your Healthcare Professional About Erectile Dysfunction?


Erection problems (impotence) are very common, particularly in men over 40. It's usually nothing to worry about, but you should see a GP if it keeps happening. It could be the sign of a more serious problem.

Most men occasionally fail to get or keep an erection. This is usually caused by stress, tiredness, anxiety or drinking too much alcohol, and it's nothing to worry about. If it happens more often, it may be caused by physical health or emotional problems.

You must see a your healthcare professional or go to a sexual health clinic if:

- Erection problems keep happening as It could be a sign of an underlying health condition such as diabetes.


Healthy lifestyle changes can sometimes help erectile dysfunction.


- Lose weight if you're overweight

- Stop smoking

- Eat a healthy diet

- Exercise daily

- Try to reduce stress and anxiety


Do not cycle for a while (if you cycle for more than 3 hours a week)

Do not drink more than 14 units of alcohol a week


Now when we’re talking about high cholesterol and high saturated fat foods I’m talking more about full-fat dairy foods, animal fats like butter or ghee, and fatty processed meats. You want to avoid all of these or eat them sparingly. Liver is one of the worst food offenders in this category and Heart UK, the cholesterol charity, suggests you shouldn’t have it more than once a week -

If you’re unsure what your cholesterol levels are, you can get them checked by seeing your doctor or calling your local pharmacy and seeing if they offer a health check service. By having a good diet, you can prevent high blood pressure, cholesterol build-up and damage to your blood vessels. Then it will be easier for your blood to deliver oxygen to your penis when you need to and help maintain an erection.


How to reduce stress and anxiety videos,

How to stop smoking video,

How to lose weight fast and have a healthy diet videos,


See a healthcare professional if you have any signs of erectile dysfunction as it could be a sign of other health conditions that need to be investigated first.

-You might be taking medicines that are causing erectile dysfunction as a side effect. You should definitely not stop any medication that you are currently taking because that could put your health at risk. What you should do is book an appointment with your doctor or pharmacist for a medicine review and go from there. They can check your blood pressure, your cholesterol and make suggestions on how to safely change your medicines if they are the cause.

-Any pain or discharge from your penis.

Any difficulties peeing,

- Struggling to start urinating or having a weak flow

- Struggling to empty your bladder or feeling like it hasn’t emptied properly

- Needing to pee more often than usual, especially at night

- Experiencing sudden urges to urinate

- Leaking before you get to the bathroom

- Dribbling pee even after urinating

- If you have symptoms of depression, including low mood, feelings of hopelessness, low self-esteem, lack of energy and problems with sleep. The more symptoms someone has, the more likely they are to be depressed. This test will help you to assess whether you could be suffering from depression. Answer the questions based on how you've been feeling during the last two weeks -

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This video is for information only and should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. Abraham The Pharmacist has used all reasonable care in compiling the information but make no warranty as to its accuracy. Always consult a doctor or other healthcare professional for diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.



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