three couple smiling.

News & Events

Should I Seek Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?

Should I seek erectile dysfunction treatment? If you are thinking about this question, then yes. If you have been asking yourself this question for a while, then absolutely yes—don’t procrastinate any longer. Pick up the phone and make an appointment with Oxford Urology Associates in Oxford, Mississippi. Get the answers you need.

Man discussing erectile dysfunction with his doctor.

Know That You Are Not Alone

Erectile dysfunction is a man’s inability to get an erection hard enough or long enough for sexual intercourse. It is important for you to know that ED is common and increases with age. As high as 50% of men between the ages of 40-60 have some degree of difficulty getting or keeping an erection. There could be multiple reasons for what you suspect is erectile dysfunction, and there are many root causes you are not even aware of.

Find Out the Possible Reason or Reasons

There may be medical issues, emotional causes, or psychological problems that only Oxford Urology Associates can help you discover. Medications can cause ED but the conditions that they treat can also do this. Sometimes ED is the result of a combination of these issues. It is also important to know that ED can possibly be a very early sign of the development of heart disease and atherosclerosis.

Although you may find it embarrassing at first to talk with your doctor, a professional may be able to pinpoint the source of your problem and recommend lifestyle changes like quitting smoking, consuming less alcohol, ED drugs, or hormone treatments.

Ultimately, OUA has a very experienced staff and is capable of offering you all of the treatments that are available for ED. From medical therapy, to surgical treatments, and now regenerative options (COREWAVE) at our REVIVE building, we are confident that we can help you.

Contact Oxford Urology Associates at (662) 234-1448 for an evaluation and answers if you are having erectile dysfunction problems. It may not be what you think.