When is it time to consider a penile implant for erectile dysfunction? If you are tired of taking medications and waiting for them to work, frustrated that they limit your spontaneity, and you want something that is a more permanent solution to erectile dysfunction, you may have your answer. It might be now.
Pelvic organ prolapse is a scary sounding name. It occurs when the pelvic organs and tissues that support the pelvic organs—uterus, bladder, vagina, small bowel, or rectum—become weak or loose. Let’s review the 7 signs you may have pelvic organ prolapse (POP).
Benign prostatic hyperplasia, or BPH, is an enlargement of the prostate gland in men. The prostate gland enlarges as a man ages causing inconvenient symptoms in the urinary tract. It is not really a dangerous condition, but it should be monitored to prevent complications in the bladder, kidneys, and urinary tract. Many men wonder if is there a connection between BPH and prostate cancer. Let’s find out.
When a man is having concerns about erectile dysfunction, it may take him a while to finally address the topic with his doctor. There may be a lot of anxiety and fear about a diagnosis and even about having the erectile dysfunction exam. We can ease some worry by giving you an overview and what to expect during an erectile dysfunction exam.
If you want an active sex life and you have Peyronie’s Disease, there is help. Maybe you are also dealing with erectile dysfunction and all the issues that revolve around that stubborn problem. Can a penile implant correct Peyronie’s Disease? Keep reading to discover how.
Dr. Ashley Tapscott was recently featured on “Ask Dr. Drew” and discusses a broad overview of erectile dysfunction and penile implants. Learn more about the causes of erectile dysfunction and the treatment options available. Dr. Ashley Tapscott is an established expert in the field of sexual dysfunction and provides comprehensive care for patients in Huntersville, Charlotte, Lake Norman and the surrounding areas.
Many women have had instances where it felt like they “lost that loving feeling.” It usually passes, and next time sex is back to normal. This temporary problem can happen to anyone, but when it becomes consistent, this is one of the signs you may be suffering from female sexual dysfunction.
Many people don’t realize that both women and men can suffer from a hormone imbalance. There is always a lot of talk about female hormones, but less about men having this issue. Whether you are male or female, here are some common signs you may be suffering from a hormone imbalance.
You may have noticed some recent ads on TV about Peyronie’s disease. Many people had never even heard about Peyronie’s, but it is believed that up to 23% of men are suffering from this inflammatory disease.
Improving erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence with pelvic floor physical therapy may sound strange and complicated, but approximately 25% of men under 40 have issues with ED and are often unaware of the importance of strong pelvic floor muscles and how simple exercises from Dr. Tapscott can improve their issues.