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Diagnosing & Treating Erectile DysfunctionDr. Dawn Michael offers a holistic approach to treatment. Figuring out if Erectile Dysfunction is health related or psychological is the first step in treating the problem. Some situations require both health and psychological treatment. Once determined that it is a psychological condition then there are various ways to treat the sexual issue. Each man is individual in his treatment plan and that is best determined by evaluating past sexual mapping, sexual habits, current situations, anxiety, stress, medication and health related problems.
TREATMENTUnderstanding medical history and any medication, drugs or alcohol that may affect sexual performance and or desire, is part of the determining factor. We offer proven techniques to improve performance and erection, erotic meditation, sex education, information on penis pumps, rings and toys, and other helpful tools along with sex coaching and counseling….. There are many types of treatment options for men with ED. We know that for men that have sexual issues it can be devastating and affect all areas of their life. Men often times don’t know who to turn to when a sexual problem happens. One of the most common questions that I get asked as a clinical sexologist by men is “Am I normal”. The idea of “normal” becomes more important than getting help to resolve the problem or have a deeper understanding of what the issue may be.
Common Problems Resolved with Counseling
*Loss of erection
*Fetish information *Loss of desire *New relationships causing anxiety to perform *Better sex techniques
Article of the month
New Hope for Prostate Cancer Patients to Have a Healthy Sex Life
When a man has been diagnosed with prostate cancer it can cause an enormous amount of stress and anxiety.
For some men the loss of sexual function can even outweigh the fear of the disease itself. For most men prostate cancer is not fatal, and many men who undergo surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer, can survive the disease, but then have to deal with the tragic sexual side effects of treatment. Many men who undergo surgery or radiation therapy for prostate cancer will experience sexual dysfunction following treatment with erectile dysfunction being the most common problem encountered. Erectile dysfunction, regardless of cause, can be devastating to a man and his sexual partner. Read more