Viagra, Cialis, Cavetra or Kamagra Specialists for ED

Before venturing out to buy ED drugs (Viagra, Cialis, Cavetra or Kamagra) online or from your local pharmacy you should first see your physician or doctor. It has be your first step in order to save yourself from the discomfort of side effects of OTC drugs on ED. Your doctor will first analyse you and maybe recommend you to visit a specialist in case you do not have any underlying health or mental conditions such as cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure or anxiety but you have ED symptoms.  In case of ED, the expert is an Urologist. You can take a proper appointment and put forth your medical history before the urologist. Apprise him of the various drugs taken by you regularly (prescribed/non-prescribed and herbal).

Who is an Urologist?

Urologist specializes in urinary and reproductive health. He/she can help diagnose abnormalities in your reproductive system. Prostate gland disorder can also cause ED apart from your physical or mental health. Urologist examines and assesses your prostate gland condition. If there is any problem in the gland it is treated with medical therapy. You may come out of ED after this therapy and may not require any medication to improve your sexual life.

Your prostate gland may have following issues:

  • Polyuria or excessive urine formation
  • Prostate cancer
  • Enlarged prostate
  • Nerve damage resulting from radical prostatectomy

In case of enlarged prostate gland your urologist is likely to examine your blood pressure, penis and testicles. This may follow examination of your rectum by inserting finger in it to feel the gland health. These tests may be of little discomfort but they are necessary to assess the health of your prostate gland. Besides, your urologist may inquire you of your lifestyle habits like smoking, consumption of alcohol or caffeine intake per day. These are major factors that determine the health of your prostate gland. Intake of diuretic liquids majorly influences the health of your prostate. Your regular medicines acting as diuretic (increase urine production) may also get altered with the instructions of your urologist.

The next specialist you may be recommended to treat your ED is Endocrinologist.

Who is Endocrinologist?

Endocrinologist is a hormone specialist. He puts you on blood test to determine whether your hormone levels are normal. Low testosterones levels can also lead to ED. Listed below are hormonal conditions that may lead to ED:

  • Andropause (this is male menopause condition). In this condition your body doesn’t produce adequate amount of growth hormones or androgen. This may also lead to weight gain, lower bone density and hair loss.
  • Increased level of >Prolactin, a hormone controlling production of sperms. High levels of prolactin can cause symptoms of decreased sex drive, infertility and galactorrhea (the production of breast milk).
  • Irregular thyroid hormones

Endocrinologist may in turn put you on following tests:

  • Fertility Test to check whether you still produce healthy sperms
  • Prolactin Test to check the level of production of prolactin
  • SHBG Test or sex hormone binding globulin test to see how your testosterone is binding to blood proteins
  • DHEAS Test or dehydroepiandrosterone sulphate test to make sure that you are not producing excess of testosterone or androgen.

After all these tests you may be even recommended to mental health specialist to assess your mental health condition which also plays a vital role in a healthy sexual life. Mental health professional will put you under following tests:

  • Test to check your depression level and symptoms
  • Test to check your anxiety levels
  • Test to check symptoms of schizophrenia
  • Test to check your eating disorder
  • Test to check your relationship issues with your life partner and other close family members.

Your ED can be cured or controlled based on the results of above examinations and assessments from experts. Based on these assessments it will be decided whether you need ED drugs to rectify your sexual disorder.