Erectile Dysfunction FAQs

Answers from Leading Urologists in Indianapolis

As leaders in the field of men’s health, Dr. Jason Kovac and Dr. Alex Tatem have helped thousands of men with sexual health issues including ED. Dr. Kovac and Dr. Tatem have provided this list of frequently asked questions to help educate patients on ED symptoms and treatment options. If you have more questions or would like to request an appointment to discuss your erectile dysfunction treatment options, call our Indianapolis office at (877) 362-2778 today!


What Is Erectile Dysfunction (ED)?

Erectile dysfunction, or male impotence, is the inability to get or keep an erection to have successful intercourse.

What Causes ED?

Several factors can cause erectile dysfunction including age, weight management issues, medications, or current medical conditions that you may be dealing with.

What Are Treatment Options for ED?

There are a number of treatment options available including medications, injections, and procedures.. Dr. Tatum and Dr. Kovac specialize in the following procedures to help with ED.

  • Oral Medications
  • Non Medication Therapy
  • Penile Implants

Are These Treatment Options the Same for All Men?

Almost all men that suffer from ED are eligible for all of these types of treatment. However, if you suffer from a cardiac disease or have a family history of heart disease, we strongly recommend consulting with your doctor before taking any medication or having any procedures.

What Issues Can I Expect After the Procedure?

You could experience soreness in the affected region for a few days after the procedure. The recovery time can last approximately one month.

Who Can I Contact With General Questions About the Procedures?

You will be provided with a procedure coordinator who will provide you with information about scheduling, insurance, and notes for preparation and recovery, including a list of any products you may want to purchase before the procedure.

How Do I Schedule an Appointment?

If you have been diagnosed with ED, or suspect you may be experiencing symptoms of ED, contact Urology of Indiana today! Call (877) 362-2778 to schedule an appointment at one of our offices conveniently located throughout the Indianapolis area.

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