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Erectile Dysfunction, Low Libido & Premature Ejaculation

Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence) – Causes and Treatment

Not hard enough? Not hard for long enough? Erectile dysfunction (impotence) is very common and can be due to physical or psychological causes, or both.


Whatever it is that is bothering you (and/or your partner) come and get it checked out. Often there’s an easy explanation, such as lack of sleep, financial concerns or excessive alcohol intake.


Your erection problems may be a result of an underlying medical problem, such as diabetes or peripheral vascular disease. Prescription medications or street drug use (cocaine, ecstasy) can also cause erectile dysfunction. Addiction to pornography can desensitise a guy so he can only maintain an erection when he uses porn.

Our experienced general practitioners can help by undertaking a thorough health assessment, and work closely with you to find out the (probably reversible) cause, and will recommend the best treatment.


Age should be no barrier to an enjoyable sex life Erectile dysfunction affecting a greater number of younger men than ever before.


However, as men get older, they do often find muscle tone and blood flow reduce in all parts of the body. So it’s not surprising that older men are more likely to notice erectile problems.

Vacuum devices or injections can help when the problem is unresponsive to medication.

Erectile Dysfunction (impotence) causes and treatment - Clinic 66 Chatswood
Low Libido and Erectile Dysfunction Treatment at Clinic 66, Chatswood

Low Libido (Reduced Sex Drive)


Low or reduced libido is when you are not as interested in sex as you used to be.


Many different lifestyle factors can contribute to this such as stress, depression and anxiety.


We can help you find a pathway through all these issues to improved quality of life.


We take a holistic view and take into account all aspects of your physical, social and psychological wellbeing.

Premature Ejaculation


Premature ejaculation is another common problem, and is when you orgasm (cum) too quickly for your liking. It can be a lifelong issue or of recent onset.

There are many different approaches to the management of premature ejaculation as it frequently co-exists with erectile dysfunction. Ejaculatory disorders can be improved with some behavioural techniques and medication .


Relationship counselling may also be advised, as these problems are often long-standing and need a supportive approach.




Don’t be tempted to respond to promises of a quick fix for premature ejaculation! You can waste a lot of money on "solutions" which are promoted on radio and via internet advertising, which have no evidence base to them at all. Talk to us before parting with your credit card details.

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