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Sexual Dysfunction (Impotence) – Male & Female

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Male Impotence
Impotence is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection. Most men find it difficult to talk about and fall into a vicious circle – the more they fail, the more they fear trying. Some might ejaculate quickly (premature ejaculation) through fear of losing their erection. Impotence can lead to relationship problems, making the partner worry that the man no longer has feelings for them or is being unfaithful.
What Causes Impotence in Men?
There are several reasons for impotence – too many to list here. It can stem from conditions such as diabetes, blood pressure medication, damaged blood vessels or vein leakage in the male organ, lack of male hormone (testosterone), psychological factors, illness and more. It’s important to be aware that impotence is a symptom of a particular problem, but not the diagnosis. So treatment depends on diagnosing and correctly treating the underlying cause.Treatment for Male Impotence
Rest assured there are many ways to treat sexual dysfunction and we offer a full range of therapies.
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You’ve already taken the first step by visiting our site for information. The next thing to do is come in for a confidential consultation so we can assess how best to help you. Some patients only contact us when their relationship is already suffering, so we advise you not to leave it too late.

Medication such as Viagra and Cialis work well for many patients, though can be less effective in diabetics. Hormone or non-hormonal treatment can also be a successful solution – it all depends on the individual.

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Female Impotence
Women can experience low sexual arousal, a decline in or complete loss of sexual desire, and failure to reach orgasm. The causes can be similar to those in men or due to mechanical reasons, such as weak pelvic floor muscles leading to a lack of grip or feeling during sex. There are many ways we can help, but the successful treatment is the one aimed at the real cause. So first please book an appointment for a consultation. We’ll do all we can to put you at ease and familiarise you with the full range of treatment options.
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