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OVME treats ED through a variety of methods including hormone replacement therapy and the prescription of ED medications such as Viagra and Cialis.  Book a complimentary consultation today.

OVME treats ED through a variety of methods including hormone replacement therapy and the prescription of ED medications such as Viagra and Cialis.  Book a complimentary consultation today.

Pricing

Pricing

  • Elite Member

    Per Visit

    $100
  • Access Member

    Per Visit

    $100
  • Non-Member Pricing

    Per Visit

    $100

An OVME membership provides year-long product and service discounts, complimentary weekly B-12 shots, and guaranteed same-day Botox appointments.

  • Non-Member Pricing

    Per Visit

    $400
  • Access Member

    Per Visit

    $450
  • Elite Member

    Per Visit

    $500

An OVME membership provides year-long product and service discounts, complimentary weekly B-12 shots, and guaranteed same-day Botox appointments.

What Is Erectile Dysfuntion?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is the inability to achieve or sustain an erection satisfactory for intercourse. It is perhaps one of the most troubling medical conditions a man can face. Impotence can be devastating from an emotional standpoint, not only for the man affected, but also for his intimate partner. For many men, ED is a source of great anxiety and frustration.

 

OVME treats ED through a variety of methods including hormone replacement therapy and the prescription of ED medications such as Viagra and Cialis.  Book a complimentary consultation today.

How Common Is ED?

It is believed that more than 35 million men in the U.S. suffer from some degree of erectile dysfunction. This may be a conservative estimate when you consider that only a small percentage of men with this problem seek help. While erectile dysfunction is not a normal condition of aging, the condition tends to affect older men at higher rate than younger men. One third of men over the age 60 will experience erectile dysfunction at least some of the time. Severity of the condition in all men can be mild, moderate or severe.

Erectile Dysfunction FAQ

We’ve compiled a list of the most common questions that OVME receives about ED

Is erectile dysfunction a physical or a psychological problem?

Although erectile dysfunction can actually cause or aggravate psychological problems, we now know that in about 75 percent of cases, erectile dysfunction results from a physical problem as opposed to a psychological one. While it is true that sexual interest occasionally wanes, a passing lack of desire is not to be confused with erectile dysfunction.

What are the major physical causes of erectile dysfunction?

Impotence results from a wide variety of factors. Some forms of the problem are temporary, such as erectile dysfunction resulting from stress, fatigue, depression or excessive use of drugs and alcohol. Other forms are more chronic and persistent in nature. Common causes include diabetes, male hormone deficiencies, side effects of certain prescription medicines, interference with blood flow to the penis (due to high cholesterol or high blood pressure), and prostrate surgery or surgery on other nearby organs in the pelvis which can affect sexual performance.

Which medications may cause erectile dysfunction?

Drugs that can cause erectile dysfunction include certain medications for treatment of heart disease, high blood pressure, and depression as well as muscle relaxants. Alcohol, used to excess, can have an adverse effect on a man’s ability to have an erection, as can some (illicit) so-called ‘recreational’ drugs. Some legal over-the-counter drugs can also cause temporary erectile dysfunction.

What are the most common treatment options for erectile dysfunction?

The first level of therapy involves optimizing general health, elimination (if possible) of offending medicines, and a proper trial of oral therapies such as Viagra, Levitra, or Cialis. The next step would be to initiate testosterone replacement therapy, if needed.  Choosing a medical treatment for erectile dysfunction is often a decision that must consider the patient’s medical history, personal preferences, and sexual activity level.