What is impotence

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What is impotence
The "What is impotence?" website and medical website series has been created by the best impotence specialists Dr. Fernando Bianco, and Dr. Edward Gheiler.[more]

Impotence Diagnostics

Impotence Diagnostics
Impotence is diagnosed with a review of the medical history, a physical exam and ultrasound Doppler and color flow studies of the blood vessels in the penis.[more]

Impotence Prevention

Impotence Prevention
Impotence prevention and correcting impotence causes are often attained with a healthy lifestyle, weight loss, natural foods, natural alternative medicine and supplements for impotence.[more]

What is impotence?

What is impotence? Impotence is the inability to maintain an erection for sexual intercourse. Urologists also use the term erectile dysfunction. The media and commercial advertisers use the term ED. Occasionally men may not be able to get or maintain an erection which is not considered impotence until it occurs frequently or consistently. The main cause of impotence is improper blood flow to the penis or the inability to maintain the blood at a high pressure in the corpus cavernosa. For the urologist knowing the cause of the problematic blood flow helps to determine which of the many different supplements, medications, appliances, and surgeries that should be used to treat each distinct impotence diagnosis.

What is impotence? The word impotence is not used to describe the problems that men may encounter in relation to the inability for orgasm, premature ejaculation, or the lack of desire for sexual activity. That is why the phrase erectile dysfunction is used in urology , the general meaning of the word (Impotence - the condition or quality of being impotent, weak.) is often misused for the medical term. Asking “What is erectile dysfunction?” may be a more accurate way of asking the question.

The “What is impotence?” website has been created by the urology specialists who have been diagnosing and treating men from around the world for over ten years. Dr. Edward Gheiler founded the Urology Specialists Miami center over a decade ago to help men with impotence throughout the world to get their ability for a normal sex life back. Using the full breadth of the world’s medical knowledge Dr. Gheiler has brought a team of urologists that are trained in multiple modalities from natural alternative medicine to da Vinci surgery to penis surgery for the installation of a penile prosthesis.

Preventing impotence and alleviating the causes of impotence can help to avoid impotence medications and surgeries altogether. With this in mind, the Urology Specialists have expanded their medical practice and created a Holistic Specialists center to help men prevent impotence and give them less aggressive and more natural approaches for their erectile dysfunction causes. To learn more about these natural medicine approaches you can visit our Holistic Specialists center.

What is impotence diagnosed with and treated with?  Urology now uses color flow and Doppler ultrasound studies for diagnosis of impotence and Urologists perform a penile surgery  to install a malleable or flexible penis implant for those diagnosed with vasculogenic impotence. The following pages will layout what a urology specialists does including, impotence causes, diagnosing impotence, impotence medication, the penile prosthesis, and impotence prevention. You can call (305) 822-7227 for an appointment at our South Florida offices. Our international clients can call: Argentina: 6090-2397, Chile: 581.3467, Colombia: 508.2419, Mexico: 4624.2465, Panama: 836.5419, and Venezuela: 335.5080. You can also request an appointment online for the day and time of your convenience. Our Ask the doctor blog covers many questions on impotence and also has a form where you can ask your questions and our urologists will respond.


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