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Erectile Dysfunction

Rediscover your sexual confidence with our effective erectile dysfunction treatment options.

Occasional difficulty with having an erection is something that every man has experienced at some point in his life. It can be frustrating or embarrassing in the moment, but it is not something to stress over if you recover your groove in the next sexual encounter. However, recurring problems with erection can be a cause for concern. Aside the disruption this can cause in your sex life, it can also be a sign of serious underlying health problems. 


You may have erectile dysfunction or ED if you have repeated struggles with getting and keeping an erection. It can be upsetting and uncomfortable to discuss, but this is a common issue that affects more than half the men worldwide between the ages 40 and 70 years old. According to the Urology Care Foundation, over 30 million men (about the population of Texas) in the United States are currently suffering from erectile dysfunction. 


Fortunately, this is a very treatable condition that can be successfully managed for most sufferers.

  • How much weight can I expect to lose with semaglutide?
    Clinical studies have shown that patients taking semaglutide can lose an average of 8-10% of their body weight in just one year. The amount of weight you can expect to lose will depend on a number of factors, including your starting weight, diet, and exercise habits.
  • Who can use semaglutide?
    Semaglutide is prescribed to overweight or obese adults with a body mass index (BMI) of 27 or higher. It is also approved for use in patients with obesity-related conditions such as type 2 diabetes.
  • How does semaglutide work?
    Semaglutide works by suppressing appetite and increasing feelings of fullness, helping you eat less and lose weight. It does this by mimicking the effects of GLP-1, a hormone that regulates appetite and glucose metabolism.
  • How is semaglutide taken?
    Semaglutide is taken as a once-weekly subcutaneous injection. Your healthcare provider will show you how to administer the injection and provide instructions on how to use the medication.
  • What are the side effects of semaglutide?
    Common side effects of semaglutide include nausea, diarrhea, constipation, and vomiting. However, these side effects usually go away after a few weeks. Other potential side effects include low blood sugar, kidney problems, and pancreatitis. Talk to your healthcare provider about any concerns you may have about the side effects of semaglutide.
  • Is semaglutide right for me?
    The decision to use semaglutide or any other weight loss medication should be made in consultation with your healthcare provider. Your provider can assess your health status and help you determine if semaglutide is the right choice for you.

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We are currently able to treat patients in the following states:

California, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, South Carolina

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