Learning to identify and understand your symptoms is important to prepare yourself to have a conversation with your doctor. Many men feel embarrassed and find it an uncomfortable conversation to have with your doctor. You are not alone.
Nearly 70% of men will experience some sort of erectile dysfunction by the age of 70.
Keep in mind your doctor is not there to judge you. It’s important to have an honest and open dialogue about your symptoms.
Your doctor may start by interviewing you and your spouse by asking you a few questions to understand how long your symptoms have been occurring. Click here to see a list of questions you can expect from your doctor.
In addition to asking you questions, your doctor may perform the following:
Think about the most important questions you’d like to ask your doctor and write
them down. Here are some example questions you may consider:
Be prepared to describe your symptoms and don’t be afraid to ask your doctor about the possibility of ED. Once you have been diagnosed, your doctor will then be able to provide you the right treatment options for you.Ask your doctor about Tri-Mix-L today!
*Compounded by a pharmacist pursuant to a prescription for an individually identified patient. May be customized.
6. American Urological Association. Available at http://www.auanet.org/education/guidelines/erectile-dysfunction. Accessed April 1, 2015.