ED / Sexual Dysfunction
Male erectile / sexual dysfunction affects millions of men and can present in a number of ways. You may not be able to obtain an erection at all or you can have problems with either starting or adequately maintaining a sufficient erection. Dr. Gittens is an experienced specialist in erectile dysfunction, he provides you with effective treatment allowing you to regain your sexual function and confidence.
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Impaired male fertility can be caused by a variety of factors. These include structural abnormalities, hormonal disturbances, genetic defects and multiple medical conditions. Lifestyle choices and environmental exposures can also be contributors. Dr. Gittens is fellowship trained in male reproduction, and will perform a thorough evaluation and discuss available treatment options.
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Low testosterone levels can negatively affect a man’s quality of life by causing symptoms such as low sexual desire, fatigue, depression, and erectile dysfunction. The causes of low testosterone can vary from one individual to another. We provide safe and effective treat at Philadelphia Center for Sexual Medicine to improve your overall well being and sexual function.
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The vasectomy is considered a permanent form of contraception. In the event a man changes his mind, options are available to reverse the procedure. Dr. Gittens is a fellowship-trained, microscopic surgeon with vast experience in vasectomy reversal (vasovasostomy) and the more complicated vasoepididymostomy.
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Vasectomy is the most effective form of birth control short of abstinence, and millions of men in the U.S. have the procedure done every year. Dr. Gittens is an expert at an enhanced version of the no needle, no scalpel vasectomy that leads to virtually no pain and a quicker recovery.
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Sex After Cancer
As a consequence of prostate cancer treatment many men suffer from erectile dysfunction and shortening of penile length. At Philadelphia Center for Sexual Medicine we have a penile rehabilitation protocol that maximizes the chances of recovering functional erections and length after radiation or prostate cancer surgery.
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The penile prosthesis (penile implant) is a viable option in treating erectile dysfunction. It provides a reliable erection that is ready when you are. Satisfaction rates for the penile prosthesis are as high as ninety percent in many studies for men. It is also highly satisfactory to partners of patients that had the procedure performed. Ask Dr. Gittens if it is right for you.
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