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Approximately 18 million American men are affected by impotence, or more accurately, erectile dysfunction. Today, a number of treatment options are available, including Viagra. In The Impotence Sourcebook, Dr. Steidle explains the standard medical and physical examinations to help determine the ocntributing factors of secual dysfunction and examines the various risk factors that can lead to an inhibition of secual potency, including high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, obesity, smoking, alcohol and drug abuse, and psychological issues. He presents the advantages and risks of noninvasive therapies and surgical options, including testosterone replacement, penile injections, vacuum devices, and penile prostheses, and he discusses continuing advances in the area of erectile dysfunction.
The Impotence Sourcebook provides practical advice on the diagnosis and treatment of eretile dysfunction and its associated disroders. It is designed to help you recognize the problem and provide some solid choices and realistic hope to promote good sexual health.
"...discusses both surgical and non-invasive treatments... examines some of the possible causes of impotence, and how doctors diagnosis and treat erectile dysfunction."
From the Publisher
Covers the causes and treatments of impotence to help restore or enhance
sexual health, including vacuum devices, penile prostheses, and nonsurgical
treatments. Steidle explores the psychological and physical risk factors that
affect sexual health such as high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.
This book explains the effectiveness of noninvasive therapies, including
testosterone replacement, penile injections, and the new medication ViagraŽ,
providing possible hope for regaining or enhancing sexual functioning.
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