1. Whom should I consult for the treatment of erectile dysfunction?
You can first consult your family doctors or any physician, who after an initial round of tests will suggest you to go to a urologist (if the problem is genital related) or an endocrinologist (if the problem is with the hormonal systems).
2. Can I improve erectile dysfunction with changes in lifestyle habits?
Yes, erectile dysfunction is caused by poor lifestyle habits such as smoking, poor diet, stress, excessive drinking, relationship issues and psychological issues. With the right changes to make sure all these problems are taken care of, you would be able to improve erectile dysfunction.
3. Is erectile dysfunction permanently curable?
Yes, erectile dysfunction is curable and can be completely reversed. According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, erectile dysfunction can relapse after five years in 29% of the people. Also, there are other treatments for ED, which may not cure you completely but will reduce the symptoms.
4. Can managing stress help in treating erectile dysfunction?
Yes, stress in one of the main causes of erectile dysfunction. Avoiding stress and managing it can certainly help reduce erectile dysfunction.
5. Are there any home remedies for the treatment of erectile dysfunction?
Yes, there are a number of natural supplements you can take to cure erectile dysfunction. These include: panax ginseng, also called natural viagra; dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), a hormone produced in the adrenal gland; rhodiola rosea; L-arginine; yohimbe and acupuncture.