Normal Aging or Erectile Dysfunction?

Getting older doesn’t mean you’ll automatically have erectile dysfunction (ED). Some men have sex when they’re well into their 70s or older without any problems. 

But, if you have ED, you’re certainly not alone. The fact is, men of all ages can have ED

If it’s starting to interfere with your sex life, it’s time to figure out what’s causing it so you can get the treatment you deserve. Hayley Pisano, NP, helps men just like you at ReacTvate Vitality and Wellness Center in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Is erectile dysfunction part of normal aging?

If you have trouble getting or maintaining an erection, you may have ED. But, believe it or not, the  normal aging process doesn’t cause ED. 

Yes, it may happen as you get older, but it’s probably because you have something else going on. For example, you may have an underlying health condition like blocked arteries or high blood pressure that interferes with the amount of blood flow to your penis.

Common causes of ED

There are many different causes of ED. If you have one, or more, of these conditions, they could be wreaking havoc on your sex life.

These are some of the health-related causes of ED:

Certain lifestyle factors can also cause ED:

How we can help with erectile dysfunction

Each man is unique, so there’s no way to know exactly why you’re experiencing ED until you come in for a consultation. Hayley will review your health history, ask you some questions, and order tests to check your overall health and hormone levels.

Once Hayley determines a cause for your ED, she’ll devise a personalized treatment plan that may include:

You don’t have to be embarrassed about erectile dysfunction. It can happen to anyone, no matter how old they are. Make a confidential appointment with Hayley Pisano, NP to get your sex life back. Use our convenient online booking tool or call 602-491-9597 today.

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