Erectile dysfunction (ED) is when a man has trouble getting or maintaining an erection long or firm enough for sex. 52% of men will experience some form of ED in their life (Feldman et al., 2003), making it one of the most common sexual health issues here.
ED can be caused by physiological, psychological reasons or a combination of both. Common physiological causes include cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity and aging. These conditions are directly affected by blood circulation in the body, and blood flow to the penis is what makes for healthy, hard erections.
Common psychological causes include depression, anxiety and stress disorders, which affects overall mood, libido and sexual satisfaction. Therapy may be a good method of treatment in these cases.
ED treatment with Noah can include oral prescription medication, therapy or a mix of both. To find out what may be causing your ED, complete an online medical evaluation here and have a doctor speak with you.
Nobody’s perfect. Sometimes we let ourselves down. It’s the same with ED. On occasion, you may have difficulty getting or maintaining an erection, and that is completely normal.
But, if the problem persists, if you let yourself down more than you can count, or if it is affecting your relationship with your partner, or disrupting your overall well-being, then we recommend you speak to a doctor to assess the issue and get the treatment you may need. At Noah, this can be done in minutes.
In general, prescription oral ED medication is considered very effective for a majority of men. However, everyone’s reaction to a treatment is unique, ED medication that works for you might not work for the next guy.
A doctor on our platform will be able to prescribe a medication and treatment plan that is suited to you.
Like every medication, you may or may not experience side effects. Common side effects for ED medication include facial flushing, dizziness, headache, stomach ache, runny nose or nasal congestion and body aches, including back pain.
For second-gen ED meds, reports have shown that men experience fewer side effects, due to a new scientific formula.
Yes. ED can be diagnosed remotely by a doctor, based on a patient’s medical history and symptoms.