With the increasing use of erection blockers, we may soon see men on erectile pain medication getting their pills.
In a recent survey conducted by India’s National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIIW), men aged 18-39 years were asked to rank their feelings on their erectile problems and erectile function.
They were given two options to respond to: 1) a 1 on a 10-point scale of discomfort; and 2) a 3 on a 6-point difficulty scale.
The survey revealed that over one-third of men had experienced at least some form of pain, and nearly 70% had tried to find a solution to their erectilator-induced pain.
This suggests that there are some erectile-related issues which we may be missing in the data, which could be alleviated with the right support and advice.1.
A good balance of discomfort and pain This may be easier said than done, as there is no standard scale of comfort and pain for men.
For men in India, there is an informal standard which can be considered as a rough guideline for a men’s overall sexual wellbeing.
While the exact formula may differ for men who have an underlying condition or age, the guidelines are very similar.
For this reason, it is difficult to give precise advice on what to expect when a man is feeling discomfort.
In fact, some men feel discomfort due to other issues, like an illness or family issues.
But for most men, the pain and discomfort is due to a common cause.
Men’s distress over erectile functioning can often be explained by the lack of relief from their pain medication.
As the number of men taking erection blockers rises, this may be an issue.
In such a case, there will be a need for a more specific assessment and treatment.2.
An assessment of the problem and the right treatment A common problem in erectile therapy is that a man’s condition does not align with his treatment plan.
Many men are confused over their treatment and have a poor understanding of what to do, leading to poor results and sometimes complications.
Many erectile problem patients are not in treatment with a particular erectile medicine, and may even be prescribed a different one.
This leads to a lack of knowledge about what is appropriate for each individual man.
If you are a man who is struggling with erectile issues, it may be worth taking a closer look at the way that you treat your erectile symptoms.
Here are some tips on what is best for you to consider when treating your symptoms:If your erectorily symptoms are not resolved, seek professional help.
It is common to find men who are dissatisfied with their treatment with erectorile dysfunction drugs.
This is an important reason to seek the help of a healthcare professional, as the treatment process is usually a gradual one.
The doctor may ask for some sort of improvement in your symptoms and discuss with you how to achieve this.
There are many things to consider with this question, but for the sake of clarity, here are some things to think about.2a.
When to see a doctor if you have erectile difficulties.
It may be a good idea to consult a healthcare practitioner to help you understand your treatment plan, which may not be aligned with your needs.
A medical doctor can take a more clinical approach to your problems and guide you in the right direction.
If your symptoms are still not resolved or you do not feel well, then seek medical advice.
The sooner you get the proper help from a healthcare doctor, the better your treatment will be.2b.
If erectile troubles are persistent or continue for more than two weeks.
If the symptoms are worsening or your condition continues to get worse, you may be at risk of developing a persistent erectile disorder.
There is a reason for this, as some men experience erectile disorders as a result of the stress of their family or life situation.
It has been estimated that erectile dysfunctions can be more than 20 times the risk of death, according to the World Health Organization.
The problem with the use of these drugs is that they are prescribed for chronic erectile conditions, so they are not a long-term solution.
The more you have to do with your health, the more you may end up suffering from erectile trouble.
There may be some reason for you not wanting to go to the doctor for this reason.
If this is the case, the best course of action is to go for a private consultation with a healthcare provider who can assess your needs, such as a psychologist or physiotherapist.
You may also have to go on an erectile testing programme.
If all else fails, you should seek medical help.3.
Treatment plans can vary from individual to individual.
You can ask your doctor to refer you to a specialist if you need one.
If it is not possible to have your own specialist, you can try your doctor’s help for your particular problem.