When you go to the doctor for the first time, there are a number of questions you probably have.
More likely there are a number of questions you should ask, but aren't thinking about. At theFitMap, we've compiled a number of questions that you may find useful to ask you doctor about Erectile Dysfunction:
- What do you think is the cause of my ED?
- Could it be caused by an underlying illness?
- Can it be treated?
- Are any medicines that I am taking causing the ED or making it worse?
- If so, are there alternative medications I could safely try to alleviate the problem?
- Is it possible that there are psychological problems, such as stress or anxiety, which could be causing the ED?
- Would a change of lifestyle help solve the problem?
- Would it be appropriate to seek specialist help from a councillor or sex therapist?
- Do I need tablets?
- Could a medication such as Cialis, Levitra or Viagra work for me?
- Is there a recommended medication for my condition? What would be the side effects of taking it? Are there any alternative therapies available?
- What improvements could I expect from this treatment?
- Will the problem ever go away so I can stop using the treatment?
- Is my condition suitable for surgery? What are the benefits and downsides of such a procedure?
- Are mechanical devices, such as a vacuum pump, useful for my condition? What are the pros and cons of these?
- Would you be willing to speak to my partner and explain the condition to her/him?