In many cases, yes, erectile dysfunction can be reversed. A study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine found a remission rate of 29 percent after 5 years. It is important to note that even when ED cannot be cured, the right treatment can reduce or eliminate symptoms
Since there may be multiple contributing factors, lifestyle considerations should be included as part of your treatment plan. For example:
If you smoke, consider quitting. If you have trouble doing so on your own, ask your doctor about smoking cessation programs to help you stop.
If you’re overweight, talk to your doctor about diet and exercise changes that can help manage weight.
If you drink alcohol, stop or limit how much you drink.
If you use drugs that haven’t been prescribed to you by a doctor, talk to your doctor about programs to help you quit.
If you suspect a prescribed medication is causing ED, don’t stop taking it without your doctor’s approval. Instead, talk to your doctor about lowering the dose or finding an alternative medication.
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