Erectile Dysfunction (ED)

If you think you might have erectile dysfunction, the physicians at Urologic Specialists have years of experience treating men just like you. Remember, the sooner you begin the process of regaining control of your sexual health, the sooner you can go back to sharing and enjoying intimate moments with your significant other.

Charles Pritchard, MD

Dr. Pritchard is committed to providing the highest quality male health care with exceptional service for his patients and their families. He provides comprehensive state-of-the-art urological services with emphasis on patient education and shared decision making.

The Men’s Health team at Urologic Specialists is dedicated to treating patients with compassion, dignity, mutual respect and trust. His staff recognizes the delicate nature of patient health issues and make it their mission to be sensitive to their patient’s physical and emotional needs. Meet Dr. Charles Pritchard

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Options

ED isn’t just a natural part of aging that you’re stuck accepting. Guys with ED have several erectile dysfunction treatment options to consider, depending on the reason for their ED. The sooner you learn about ED treatment alternatives, the sooner you can go back to sharing and enjoying intimate moments with your significant other.

Lifestyle Changes

The same healthy lifestyle tips your doctor has been recommending for years can also help treat your ED:

  • Quitting smoking
  • Reducing alcohol consumption
  • Losing weight
  • Exercising regularly
  • Reducing stress

These steps aren’t an instant fix, but they’ll improve your blood flow and nerve functioning. This should give you more energy and may reduce the severity of your ED in the process.


Services Offered:

Drug Therapy

When lifestyle changes alone don’t work, drug therapy is normally the next step. Several different pills are commonly prescribed therapy for ED, but it’s far from the only option, and may not be best for you. With drug therapy, there’s a risk of side effects such as headaches, back pain, upset stomach, or muscle tenderness. You must also provide your doctor with a complete list of medications you’re taking, including dietary supplements.

In addition to pills, injections can be used to treat ED. They are easily administered but can lead to scarring and painful erections.

Penile Pumps

Also called vacuum constriction devices, penile pumps are devices that are placed over the penis to draw blood into the shaft. Once the vacuum creates an erection, the retaining band is slid down to the lower end of the penis and the pump is removed. You can leave the band on for up to 30 minutes.

Penile Implants

When other treatments haven’t helped, a penile implant can be the perfect solution. A penile implant is a medical device that is surgically placed into a penis to produce a natural-looking and natural-feeling erection. Implants are custom-fitted to your anatomy. Sensitivity and the ability to ejaculate aren’t typically affected either, so you’ll be able to have an orgasm normally (unless you have a medical condition that prevents this).

When pills aren’t an option, a penile implant can offer real hope. A penile implant is a medical device that is custom-fit and surgically placed into a penis to produce a natural-looking and natural-feeling erection.


REQUEST A CONSULTATION

Our Erectile Dysfunction specialists are conveniently located in Tulsa, Fort Smith, McAlester, and Muskogee. We are currently accepting new patients and encourage you to schedule a consultation with our specialist.

Choose an option to reach out to us below, either by phone or submit a request online!


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Please use the form below to Request Your Appointment for ED Treatment. Or contact us by phone: (918) 392-2123

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REQUEST A CONSULTATION

Our Erectile Dysfunction specialists are conveniently located in Tulsa, Fort Smith, McAlester, and Muskogee. We are currently accepting new patients and encourage you to schedule a consultation with our specialist.

Choose an option to reach out to us below, either by phone or submit a request online!


Online Requests

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