Male Sexual Dysfunction

Treatments for male sexual dysfunction include medications, prostheses, and vacuum-assisted erection devices. A full medical history and overall health check is the start of diagnosis.

Conditions and Symptoms We Provide Treatment Options for Include:

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

Trouble getting and/or keeping erections, otherwise known as Erectile Dysfunction or ED, is very common, especially with age. Heart disease, diabetes, and history of pelvic cancer are all risk factors for the development of ED.  We offer a variety of treatment options to improve your erectile function, including:

Watch this educational video to learn about erectile dysfunction causes and treatments

Low Testosterone

Low testosterone, otherwise known as Low T, Testosterone Deficiency or Hypogonadism, is common in men of all ages and can result in fatigue, decreased sex drive, erectile dysfunction, decreased strength, and irritability. We offer comprehensive testing for those concerned about low testosterone, as well as a variety of treatment options to restore male hormones, including:

  • Testosterone supplementation (topical and injections)
  • Selective estrogen receptor modulators
  • Aromatase inhibitors
  • Gonadotropins

Watch this past virtual seminar to learn more about low testosterone treatment options and causes

Peyronie’s Disease (PD)

Curvature or indentation of the penis, otherwise known as Peyronie’s Disease or PD, occurs due to the formation of scar tissue in the penile shaft. The curvature can affect one’s ability to engage in sexual activity and/or get and keep an erection. The cause of penile curvature is unclear, but thought to be due to injury to the penis (from trauma, sexual activity, etc.). We offer a variety of treatment options to repair your penile curvature, including:

  • Xiaflex® injections
  • Penile plication
  • Plaque incision/excision with grafting
  • Penile implant placement with penile curvature repair

Want more information? Watch this past virtual seminar

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This set of questions is for your personal use. You won't be asked to identify yourself, and only you will see the results. University of Iowa will not have access to your results or have any way of knowing how you responded to the questions. Questions in the assessment address your weight, heart health, mental health, sleep health, and urological health.

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