There are many urological conditions that impact sexuality, intimacy and fertility including Erectile Dysfunction (ED), Premature Ejaculation (PE), Low Testosterone (Low T), Peyronie's Disease, Vasectomy and Vasectomy Reversal.
It is important to understand that many people face these conditions or the decisions about vasectomy or vasectomy reversal. The first step is a conversation with your medical provider.
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) and Surgical Treatment of ED
ED is the medical term for the inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection for sexual function. There are many options for treating ED including medication and surgical intervention. Visit these resources for more information:
Premature Ejaculation (PE)
PE affects men commonly, often between the ages of 18-59. Treatment options include psychological therapy, behavior therapy and medical therapy. Find more information at Urology Care Foundation.
Low Testosterone (Low T/Hypogonadism)
It is estimated that 30% of men over the age of 45 are affected by Low Testosterone, otherwise known as hypogonadism. Low T has several symptoms that are both sexual and non-sexual in nature. Read more by visiting these resources:
This condition occurs when painful, hard plaque forms underneath the skin of the penis causing curvature. For help understanding this condition, visit Urology Care Foundation.
A vasectomy is a minor surgical procedure that interrupts the movement of sperm by blocking the vas deferentia. The decisioin to have a vasectomy is extremely personal. By visiting these resources you will gain information that will help you make this decision and have this conversation with your doctor.
A vasectomy reversal is a surgical procedure performed in the hopes of restoring male fertility following a vasectomy. At Urology Specialists this procedure is performed by Dr. Matthew Witte. For more information on vasectomy reversal, please visit Urology Care Foundation.