Erectile Dysfunction (ED), or impotence, is a surprisingly common condition experienced by nearly 40 million American men. And contrary to popular belief, medical causes are found in 80 to 90% of the cases.
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Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is defined by the National Institutes of Health as the inability of a man to achieve and maintain a penile erection sufficient for sexual activity. ED is extremely prevalent, affecting up to 30 million men in the United States...
According to the Men’s Health Network, “there is a silent health crisis in America” as men die approximately 5 years earlier than women based on CDC data from 2014.
When it comes to ED, the five treatment options are Pills, Injections, Urethral Suppositories, Vacuum Erection Devices, and Penile Implants.
Over the last 2 decades, there has been growing awareness of the impact of testosterone deficiency (TD) on men’s health. This includes body composition (reduced muscle mass and increased body fat), bone density, mood, and quality of life.
Despite the well-proven benefits for testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), physicians are still fearful that testosterone may cause the progression of undiagnosed prostate cancer (PCa) or its development with advancing age.