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The Woodlands, TX

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment in The Woodlands, TX

Get Your Sex Life BACK!

Do you struggle with difficulty achieving and maintaining an erection, the inability to reach climax, and reduced libido? Sexual vitality is critical to who you are, and erectile dysfunction (ED) is a real challenge, both physically and psychologically.  

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Erectile Dysfunction can be caused by a variety of physical and psychological factors. Understanding the potential causes is crucial for addressing the condition effectively.

 

There is hope, and a fulfilling and satisfying sex life is within reach. 

Common Factors Contributing to ED

  • Lifestyle Factors 
  • Poor Diet 
  • Peyronie’s Disease 
  • Cardiovascular Diseases 
  • Diabetes 
  • Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) 
  • Poor Circulation  
  • Obesity 
  • Low Testosterone (Low T) 
  • Thyroid Problems 
  • Stress and Anxiety 
  • Depression 
  • Relationship Issues 
  • Neurological Disorders 
  • Smoking 
  • Excessive Alcohol Consumption 
  • Drug Abuse 
  • Certain Medications  
  • Trauma or Injury 
  • Sleep Disorders 

Forum Health Can Help!

At Forum Health, we take a proactive, individualized, and evidence-based approach that addresses your unique Erectile Dysfunction symptoms and needs. Our providers work to look beyond the symptoms of ED and get to the root causes. Through advanced testing and personalized, cutting-edge treatments and techniques, we’ll get your sex life back where it used it to be — and even better. 

Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT)

Restores, revitalizes and energizes, improving vitality and libido.  

Shockwave Therapy ED Treatment

Uses low-intensity sound waves to enhance male sex drive and performance.   

Take the first step towards a more comfortable ED journey.
Get in touch with us today!

FAQs

ED is relatively common, affecting men of all ages. The prevalence increases with age, but it is not an inevitable part of aging. Many cases are treatable. 

Yes, stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and other psychological factors can contribute to or exacerbate ED. 

Yes, Erectile Dysfunction is often treatable and reversible. Treatment options include lifestyle changes, medications, injections, and non-invasive treatments like shockwave therapy. The choice of treatment depends on the underlying cause and individual health factors. 

Yes, Peyronie's Disease, a condition characterized by the development of fibrous scar tissue in the penis, can lead to curvature during erections and, in some cases, contribute to ED. The curvature may result in difficulty achieving or maintaining an erection.  

Yes, adopting a healthy lifestyle can positively impact ED. This includes regular exercise, a balanced diet, maintaining a healthy weight, limiting alcohol intake, quitting smoking, and managing stress. At Forum Health, our providers, dieticians, and health coaches offer customized lifestyle programs tailored to your unique needs.  

 

Yes, several oral medications are commonly prescribed to enhance blood flow and facilitate erections. However, there are downsides to taking ED medications with side effects such as headaches, flushing, upset stomach, nasal congestion, vision problems, diarrhea, dizziness, rashes, an erection that lasts four hours or more, permanent damage, and more. You also need to consistently take oral medications daily for it to be effective. Integrative treatments like shockwave therapy, Penile enhancement injections, BHRT, and lifestyle changes get to the root cause of ED and actually treat the issue.  

Since ED is a sign of poor health, it's advisable to seek professional help if ED persists for several weeks or months, especially if it is causing distress or affecting your relationship. Your Forum Health provider can help determine the underlying cause and recommend appropriate treatment.  

Yes, ED can sometimes be an early indicator of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, or other health issues. Your Forum Health provider will want to do a full assessment to identify what may be causing it.