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Many men experience ED with symptoms of reduced performance with softer erections. Learn how specialists help men overcome this problem.

While many men have the problem of achieving an erection, other men experience ED through softer erections, often too soft for intercourse. Whether the problem of a limp penis is primarily psychological, due to problems in the excitement phase, or because of a buildup of micro-plaque in the arteries that feed the penis, or a host of other physical causes, there are a range of excellent treatment options available.

For men who can only maintain a weak erection, and those having trouble keeping an erection to last long enough to please themselves and their partner, there are effective ways for men to get hard and to stay hard. Traditional natural supplements, like ginseng and yohimbe are sometimes recommended, but the success of medications for ED such as Vardenafil (Viagra), Sildenafil (Levitra), and Tadalafil (Cialis) have transformed ED treatments. Many men have found success with these medications, and find it the easiest way to solve the problem of a flaccid penis.

Alprostadil is in a class of medications called vasodilators, and it works by relaxing the muscles and blood vessels in the penis. While Alprostadil does not cure erectile dysfunction or increase sexual desire, clinical trials have shown topical alprostadil cream to increase the erectile function (EF) score of the International Index of EF by up to 13 points from baseline. Alprostadil has also proven to be more effective for the treatment of arterial and neurologic causes of ED. In addition to the use of topical cream, Alprostadil injections and suppositories are used to treat certain types of erectile dysfunction and are also sometimes used in combination with other tests to diagnose erectile dysfunction.

Men who are unresponsive to medications for ED, or who are looking for ED treatments without drugs, can opt for surgical methods such as penile implant procedures. For many men, acoustic wave therapy for ED, with products such as Shockwave or Gainswave, is now proving to be the most effective ED treatment. Shockwave treatment involves the use of soundwaves to stimulate a mechanical and chemical response in the body and, will, over time, induce new blood vessel formation so more blood can be directed to the penis. Shockwave can also aid in nerve regeneration, which, in turn, provides the increased sensitivity that results in firmer, longer lasting erections. Shockwave therapy provides an important alternative to Viagra and other potency drugs, and offers more than short term results. The recommended treatment includes 6 treatments, one every other day for two weeks, or twice a week for three weeks.

Specialists have found that the patients receiving Shockwave treatment experience longer lasting erections and more restorative sexual function. The effect of the treatment can last up to two years.

If you are suffering from the effects of ED, and experience flaccid limp performance with softer erections, get help with ED from specialists who can offer the latest methods to last long enough and enjoy sex again.