You have been having problems for weeks. You cannot stay hard, get hard or maybe your ejaculation is a bit on the quick side. How do you know when it’s time to give up on your self help remedies and seek help through your doctor? It’s all up to you and what you are comfortable with. Of course going to the doctor for an erectile dysfunction problem is embarrassing and not something ranked among your favorite activities. Going to the doctor for anything isn’t fun but when you feel it takes away from you as a person; it can cause an even larger problem, anxiety.
When the problem is first acknowledged, you may do some reading on it or try methods you have heard work. You may even try OTC medications. The best advice I can give is to not give up and don’t blame yourself. You will mess with your head and create anxiety surrounding the issue which will cause it to be even more awkward and uncomfortable than it needs to be. Plenty of men experience these issues and there’s much to do to help make this issue disappear. Try to relax and enjoy your body and your partner’s. Don’t let anxiety take control. Try having sex in different positions or in different locations. See if anything makes a difference when getting to the bottom of the issue. If you have tried everything you can think of and are still clueless, it’s time to give your doctor a call.
Now, you’re sitting in the doctor’s office waiting patiently for them to come in and see you. This is the time when it helps to have written out any questions you may have regarding medication options, side effects, your body or anything else. Don’t be nervous if you can help it. The doctor has seen thousands of issues in his or her career and they aren’t going to single in on yours. Just remember, they are there to help you. Be as honest and as straightforward as you can be and listen to what your options are. There are plenty of ED medications on the market from Daily Cialis (for the extra active sex life), regular Cialis and the classic, Viagra.
Once you have some options laid out in front of you, make sure to cover all the topics you want answers to. Tell your doctor about any medications you are currently taking, including vitamins. Also, tell them if you have any physical or mental ailments, as this can pertain to how the medicine affects you and how safe it will be for you.
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