E.D. Medications available through Trident. Erectile Dysfunction is nothing to be afraid of. It happens to many of us an we are here to help you overcome it.
Though more typical in men age 40 and older, ED can manifest at any age. Many internal systems must be operating together, effectively, for male arousal: the brain, nervous system, cardiovascular system, hormones, and even emotions can help or hinder during sexual situations. Because so many factors can affect arousal, most—if not all—men can experience Erectile Dysfunction at one time or another.
Available ED Treatments
Sildenafil* (Generic Viagra)
Sildenafil is the active ingredient in Viagra®. It increases blood flow to the penis allowing for longer-lasting, harder erections. Get the confidence to perform when the need arises!
Tadalafil* (Generic Cialis)
Tadalafil, the active ingredient in Cialis®, promotes blood flow to the penis, making it easier to get an erection for up to 36 hours after use.
Oxytocin is referred to the “love hormone” which may cause an increase in sexual performance and enjoyment.
A unique formula created to enhance a women’s sensitivity and increase sexual pleasure. The product is a cream which is applied prior to stimulation.
Common ED Questions
Frequently Asked ED Questions
Your Patient Advocate is available to answer any questions you may have before or during therapy.
Issues achieving or maintaining an erection? You may have ED. ED (or erectile dysfunction) is a medical condition in which a man has difficulty getting or maintaining an erection adequately to engage in sexual intercourse. Approximately 18 million men in the United States alone have some form of ED. ED is more common in older men but can happen at almost any age – even those who have never had issues with sexual function before. The good news is it is treatable in most cases.
After our providers review your medical history form, they will choose the best course of action to treat your ED. Our treatment plans usually include an oral prescription. However, there are also injections available as well.
Hypertension (high blood pressure) Diabetes (high blood sugar) High cholesterol Nerve diseases (such as Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis) Surgery or injury (especially prostate, bladder, or rectal surgery) Abnormal hormone levels (testosterone or thyroid) Lifestyle factors (like smoking, drinking alcohol in excess, obesity, not being physically active, or using recreational drugs) Side effects of some medications (including high blood pressure medication, SSRIs, and antihistamines) Emotional or personal issues (such as ongoing stress or relationship problems, depression, or anxiety about sexual performance)