There are many causes of erectile dysfunction. But the chief cause of continued dysfunction is ignorance. Many men believe that if Viagra fails, there is no hope for resolving male impotence.

The facts are clear. Restoration of erectile function is possible for almost all men–even those for whom Viagra does not work. Understanding this, a national coalition of ED specialists set out to solve this epidemic of ignorance and unresolved male impotence.

Calling themselves the Erectile Dysfunction Information Center, this network of experienced doctors and nurses created an informational comprehensive website for men with ED and their partners.

Impotence, or erectile dysfunction (ED), is the inability to achieve or maintain a firm erection. About one in every ten men has ED or some degree of impotence.

Viagra is a popular and widely used treatment for impotence. It is so popular, in fact, many men call Viagra a “wonder drug.” The drug’s success has spawned two new drugs that act similarly. Their brand names are Cialis and Levitra.

If you have tried Viagra and it doesn’t work for you, then it isn’t a “wonder drug” at all. And you are not alone.

Viagra commonly fails in 30-40% of the men who try it. These are usually the most severe cases of ED. The newer “impotence drugs,” such as Cialis and Levitra, act in the same way as Viagra–by blocking an enzyme called phosphodiesterase-5 (or PDE-5.) Because of this, these new drugs are not expected to have a significantn on patients for whom Viagra has failed.

Because ED is so common, medical science has recently developed and expanded a variety of treatments. Today, nearly every man who has impotence can be helped, and more men—along with their partners—are seeking treatment than ever before.

Every treatment has pros and cons. Many treatments–including drugs like Viagra, Cialis and Levitra–have side effects, and many treatments also tend to limit sexual spontaneity. For example, some treatments require you to inject your penis with drugs, insert a suppository into your urethra, even attach an external vacuum pump to your penis. These are not exactly romantic preludes to “enjoying the moment.”

Fortunately, there is one treatment that enables total sexual and romantic spontaneity. You can have that firm erection you want almost instantaneously—anytime, anyplace.  It’s a penile implant.

In most cases, a penile implant not only treats ED—it resolves ED. More than 20,000 men get a penile implant each year with positive results. In most cases, an implant can be done as an outpatient procedure—a “23-hour stay.” Almost all those who receive the implant will say that “a few days of recovery is worth a lifetime of enjoyment.”

If you have impotence–and one of these drugs has failed or proven unsatisfactory–the best advice is to see a urologist who specializes in treating impotence. These physicians have up-to-date knowledge and experience in the latest treatments.

Also, make sure that you involve your partner in any discussion with the doctor regarding your impotence and its treatment. Communication is important as you seek additional treatment. Your partner’s sexual satisfaction is at stake, too.

Impotence can be challenging. But today, modern technology is giving men back what many thought they had lost forever—a satisfying, intimate relationship.

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