How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed? It is typically done through the process of elimination. There are so many factors involved in getting and maintaining an erection firm enough to have sexual relations, your doctor will test one possibility at a time to finally reach the real cause. Only then can proper treatment be provided.
Whether you are the type of person who likes to make face-to-face contact with a men’s health doctor or you prefer a more laid back and confidential approach online, it is easy to find one of today’s men’s health specialists. Whatever works for you, do it. Your only decision now is when to see a men’s health specialist.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects more than 30 million men in the U.S. It is especially common in men with prostate surgery, diabetes, high blood pressure, and obesity.
However, it is now possible to treat almost all men with ED. ED undermines a man’s sexual confidence—but successful treatment can help restore it. Many ED treatments are covered by insurance and prescription plans.
Dr. Evans is hosting an ED Webinar on May 23rd. Attend the FREE Men’s Health Webinar sponsored by Coloplast Corp. for education about approved ED treatment options.
There seems to be a link between Peyronie’s disease, low T, and erectile dysfunction, but it’s not entirely clear which comes first. The decreased rigidity, which naturally comes with ED, may be a risk factor for penile fractures, trauma, and Peyronie’s disease. Let’s learn more about the relationship between Peyronie’s, low T, and erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is a touchy subject. It used to be taboo in polite conversation. Men did not want to acknowledge its existence and only discussed it with their doctor when they were forced to. Times have changed with TV advertisements for ED being a common occurrence, but many men still find it difficult to discuss ED with their doctors. Maybe understanding the types of erectile dysfunction will make it easier to broach the subject.
Is erectile dysfunction permanent? We are here to tell you E.D. can be treated in almost all cases. More importantly, the biggest barrier to restoring full sexual function is a man’s reluctance to seek treatment. If you are living with some erectile dysfunction issues, now is the time to get some answers.
Let’s be honest, when men hear about something being implanted into their penis, it doesn’t sound like a walk in the park. Most of us would agree. The problem arises from the amount of misinformation online concerning penile implants. Let’s unravel the myths and facts about penile implants.
Should I seek erectile dysfunction treatment? If you are thinking about this question, then yes. If you have been asking yourself this question for a while, then absolutely yes—don’t procrastinate any longer. Pick up the phone and make an appointment with L. Andrew Evans MD in Paducah, KY. Get the answers you need.
When a man is having concerns about erectile dysfunction, it may take him a while to finally address the topic with his doctor. There may be a lot of anxiety and fear about a diagnosis and even about having the erectile dysfunction exam. We can ease some worry by giving you an overview and what to expect during an erectile dysfunction exam.
Join Dr. Evans Tuesday, August 9th, at 6:00 pm for a FREE Men’s Health Patient Webinar. This webinar is presented in partnership with Coloplast to educate men and their partners about approved erectile dysfunction treatment options. Erectile dysfunction affects millions of men a year in the US.
Tune in on August 9th to learn about more treatment options for ED. Take the first step in gaining your sexual confidence back. ED undermines a man’s sexual confidence—but successful treatment can help restore it! Many ED treatments are covered by insurance and prescription plans.
About Dr. Evans
Dr. Evans is a board certified Urologist with Baptist Health Medical Group in Paducah specializing in penile implants and male urinary incontinence surgery. A ROTC Distinguished Military Graduate of the University of Arkansas, Dr. Evans earned his medical degree from Wake Forest University School of Medicine prior to completing his Urology training in the Army at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio.
After 14 years of active duty Army service in Urology with tours at Landstuhl, Germany and Fort Campbell, Dr. Evans has practiced in western Kentucky since 2017 and served several years in the Army Reserve. Now a retired Lieutenant Colonel, Dr. Evans is the recipient of the Army Meritorious Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Overseas Service Ribbon, and Army Commendation Medal.
Dr. Evans enjoys spending time on the lake with his wife and 3 children, deer hunting, and serving on medical missions. Dr. Evans is now accepting new patients at Baptist Health in Paducah.