I have an erectile dysfunction that I have since teenager and now I am 46 years old. year of 2001 and I went to see the urologist in Framingham, Mass when I used to work in Framingham, Massachusetts and he got me on x-ray and ultrasounds he found that I have a very good blood flows in my penis, good blood vessels but the blood vessels do not hold the blood in and that is why i have problem of getting of erection, and that is why I have an impotence. also I noticed I have an inability keep an erection premature.
I am very healthy I do not smoke, good heart beat, and that does not make any difference. during that time the doctor suggest me to take Viagra. but it causes me headaches and it works. then years later to use Calais that is even better and no headaches. But they cost me lot of money. I am wondering can my erectile dysfunction can be fixed? I am tired of this problem. I am not in depression or anything so I hope you could make some suggestion of what I shall do to fix my an impotence problem.
I am frustrated because many women left me due of this problems and wondering if you could help me with this?
Now I live in Ontario, Canada. I am a Canadian. I worked in USA with NAFTA Visa at that time. Many thanks for your help.
Since this website is focused on Peyronie's disease, I only get involved in the erectile dysfunction that is related to Peyronie's disease; it is a very special and unusual kind of ED because of the way that the Peyronie's plaque or scar interferes with how an erection occurs. It would appear that your erectile dysfunction is related to a blood vessel problem. What I do would not help your kind of ED.
I suggest you contact a urologist either in Canada or the US who works specifically in this area as a specialty. You would call the office you are interested in visiting, and ask to speak to the doctor's nurse. Explain to her what you mentioned in your email about the blood vessels not holding the blood in to create an erection. She will know if that doctor works with men with this kind of problem. Don't be satisfied talking only to the receptionist who answers the phone; you want to talk to the nurse who works directly with the doctor. If she says her doctor does not do this kind of work, then ask her for the name of someone who does do this kind of work, so you can get the kind of help you need.
However, if I missed something and you also have Peyronies, we can discuss how you might want to try to help both problems.
Please let me know how it goes for you. TRH