Why a Penile Implant Can Do More Than Restore a Man’s Sex Life
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is a common men’s health issue, and Penile implants are the only permanent cure for ED. A man may experience numerous secondary effects due to ED, and restoring his everyday sex life with the help of a penile implant can have a ripple effect in other areas.
More than 30 million men in America have ED, which is the inability to maintain an erection long enough for sexual intercourse. Causes of ED, or impotence, range from stress or anxiety and physiological causes to more serious physical health concerns. Whether involved in a committed sexual relationship or not, ED psychologically affects the man experiencing it.
The first step in treatment is usually medication. And other options may help, including injections, pellets, and vacuum-assisted devices. But for men who have tried these treatments without success, there is hope through a surgical penile implant. The procedure has a high success and satisfaction rate, allowing the man to have a natural-feeling and lasting erection.
Restoring the ability to have sexual intercourse can affect all areas of life.
- Increases confidence – no matter how frequent or infrequent you have sex, ED can make you feel incapable of accomplishing other things.
- Reduces stress – Knowing you can have sex whenever and wherever you want alleviates stress.
- Improves relationships – ED can have a devastating effect on relationships. Your partner may subconsciously take the blame for ED or feel unattractive because of your condition, and you may feel angry or neglected by their response. Removing ED from the equation can improve your relationship and restore intimacy.
- Raises self-esteem – along with confidence, self-esteem can suffer when you have ED. Sex is an integral part of human life and relationships.
Dr. Richard Natale of Carolina Urology Partners is experienced in the successful treatment of ED, including penile implants. If you are ready to get help from a skilled men’s health doctor, call (704) 786-5131 or go online for an appointment in our Concord or Charlotte, North Carolina, area offices.