I love this question because when a patient comes in with some form of ED, I always tell them that this could be the first sign of poor overall health. Things such as diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, things that could ultimately be fixed and addressed early enough for a patient. That's why whenever a patient has erectile dysfunction, as important as it is for them to treat the symptoms with Viagra, Cialis, any type of oral medication, it's also important to get a good physician consultation where they do blood work, look at your hormone levels and see what the underlying cause of erectile dysfunction is. So rather than just treat the symptoms, you're actually curing it and again, leading to better overall health.
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