Frequently Asked Questions
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FAQ About Erectile Dysfunction and Premature Ejaculation
We know that seeking treatment and discussing ED and PE can feel taboo at times. Our Frequently Asked Questions page is a collection of valuable information that our past patients have asked about our treatments and services. At Superior Medical Solutions, patient services and transparency are our top priority in order to create the best experience possible. Browse through our FAQ section and if you do not see a question you have, contact us today!
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is common at any age but is a typical aspect of the aging process; however, it is vital to take charge of your sexual health and address the issue. Why suffer from ED when there are tried and true medications with virtually zero side effects?
Erectile Dysfunction (ED) can arise from various factors, including medication use, underlying health conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure. Regardless of the underlying cause, seeking appropriate medical attention is crucial to addressing ED and restoring optimal sexual health.
Our doctors custom prescribe Trimix which is the most effective treatment on the market today. It is a vasodilator combination that opens up blood vessels, allows blood to flow to the penis, and has been successfully used for decades. In addition, we offer oral medications as part of a personalized treatment plan.
Trimix has no timing issues, you experience immediate results and it has virtually no side effects.
Doctors have found that 52% of men experience some form of ED and agree that Erectile Dysfunction is a complex condition that can have various underlying causes, including medical, psychological, and lifestyle factors. While it is not entirely possible to prevent ED, there are certain steps that can be taken to reduce one’s risk factors. These include maintaining a healthy weight, consuming a balanced and nutritious diet, abstaining from smoking, limiting alcohol consumption, and regularly monitoring cholesterol and blood pressure levels. In addition, engaging in regular physical activity can help improve overall health and reduce the risk of ED.
However, it can still occur despite making these lifestyle changes. It is always recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any exercise routine or making significant changes to your lifestyle. Early detection and treatment of ED can lead to improved outcomes and better sexual health.
We do not require our clients to sign any monthly contracts. We take pride in offering flexible and customizable solutions. Rest assured that our commitment to delivering exceptional service remains unwavering, and our team is always available to address any concerns or questions you may have.
Having to commit to a recurring subscription fee does not make sense to us. This is especially true for those who are unsure if they will continue to need the product or services during the subscription period.
At Superior Medical Solutions we guarantee immediate and effective results or your 1st visit is FREE. Additionally, our treatment has virtually no side effects, unlike other common treatments that may cause headaches, facial flushing, backache, congestion, upset stomach, bluish tinge to vision or abnormal vision, hearing loss, and more. While rare, a prolonged erection known as priapism may occur with Trimix, but it can be easily treated at home.
At Superior Medical Solutions, we do not offer testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) nor conduct testosterone level testing because it typically has nothing to do with ED. The lack of blood flow of ED is most often the cause for ED. It is worth noting that TRT is typically recommended for men with a confirmed diagnosis of testosterone deficiency or hypogonadism, a condition that can have various impacts beyond erectile dysfunction, such as decreased sex drive, reduced muscle mass and strength, increased body fat, depression, and fatigue.
After much research and consideration, we chose not offer costly wave therapy requiring multiple sessions with varying results. While wave therapy may have some benefits for certain individuals, we firmly believe that Trimix remains the gold standard for ED treatment. Our team is committed to delivering the best possible outcomes for our patients and ensuring their sexual health needs are met through evidence-based practices.
Elective treatments for erectile dysfunction are generally not covered or reimbursed by most major insurance plans. The majority of clinics in the Denver area, including Superior Medical Solutions, operate on a cash or credit card basis only. We encourage you to explore the options available to you during your appointment. We aim to streamline our services, ensuring the best possible price.
Yes, we offer treatment for premature ejaculation (PE) using TriMix injections. This treatment has been shown to be effective in helping patients maintain an erection safely for up to two hours, even if ejaculation occurs during penetration, which can alleviate the anxiety and stress associated with intimate moments. Some patients have reported being able to ejaculate multiple times while still maintaining the ability to continue penetration.
A sensitivity test dose is required to determine the appropriate dosage and combination of medications for each patient, as this can vary greatly from person to person. If you are experiencing premature ejaculation, we encourage you to schedule an appointment to discuss your treatment options.
When it comes to finding reliable information about ED, it’s important to turn to trusted, evidence-based resources. At Superior Medical Solutions, we recommend researching from sources like The Urology Care Foundation, Johns Hopkins Medicine, The Mayo Clinic, The National Institute of Health, and WebMD. These sources provide up-to-date and accurate information on ED and related topics, without any financial bias or conflicts of interest. By using these resources, you can make informed decisions about your sexual health and treatment options.