Dr. Jerry Greenberg can diagnose and treat a variety of issues related to men’s sexual health, including impotence (erectile dysfunction). He also performs simple in-office procedures like vasectomies for birth control.
We can perform this simple outpatient procedure in our office. Local anesthesia is used to reduce pain, and the entire procedure takes about 20 or 30 minutes. Afterwards, there may be some pain in the area as the anesthetic wears off, but ice and painkillers can help.
A vasectomy is considered a permanent birth control method. Vasectomy reversals can be done but they are not always effective. Think carefully before deciding to undergo a vasectomy. If you want to go ahead and schedule one, call us at (855) 292-9849.
Impotence and erectile dysfunction
Many men experience temporary bouts of erectile dysfunction (ED) at some point (after a night of heavy drinking, for example), and that doesn’t require a doctor’s intervention. However, it is a good idea to talk to a doctor if impotence persists.
Impotence is linked to overall health. In addition to being a problem itself, it may indicate a more serious underlying health problem. ED may be caused by physical issues or psychological issues, including the following:
- Prostate cancer
- Enlarged prostate
- Kidney disease
- Low testosterone (read more below)
- Lifestyle behaviors like smoking or drinking
- Certain medications
- Low self-esteem
Dr. Greenberg uses a variety of diagnostic methods available to help determine the cause in order to come up with an effective treatment plan, which may include medication, supplements, implants, counseling, or any number of possible treatment options. If you’ve experienced ED that’s affecting your quality of life and you want to do something about it, call us at (855) 292-9849 today.
Testosterone replacement for erectile dysfunction
In some cases, ED is a result of low testosterone levels. It’s normal for testosterone levels to fall as men age, and other factors, like stress levels, illness or injury, alcoholism and obesity, can exacerbate the problem.
We can find out if testosterone levels are low with a simple blood test. If we determine that this is the cause of ED, we can start a treatment of testosterone replacement. Testosterone can be administered in a variety of forms, including oral medication, topical gel and patch for the skin.
This kind of therapy is not appropriate for everyone and should not be used in men with normal levels of testosterone.
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