22 Years of Experience

Dr Vineet Malhotra is a seasoned Urologist, Sexologist, Andrologist & Infertility Expert for Men.

Top Penile Implant
Specialist in India

Dr Vineet is known to be one of the top penile implant specialists in India who perform all kinds of penile implant surgeries with highest success rates.

Men Sexual Health Specialist

Dr Vineet Malhotra is among the most renowned Sexologists in India for treating sexual disorders in Men with meticulous skills and exceptional surgical precision. 

Best Sexologist in Delhi with Exceptional Results

Dr Vineet treats not just the disease but the whole patient, he believes in a holistic approach and considers all aspects (mental, physical, emotional) of a Man’s health during the treatment.

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Dr. Vineet Malhotra, a renowned senior Andrologist, Urologist, and Sexologist with an impressive track record of 22 years in the field. Dr. Malhotra’s extensive expertise and unwavering dedication have made him a trusted and sought-after specialist in India.

With his vast experience, Dr. Malhotra has garnered an exceptional level of expertise in the treatment of various urological and sexual health conditions.

His profound knowledge and comprehensive understanding of the complexities involved have positioned him as a leading authority in the field.

One particular area where Dr. Malhotra’s proficiency shines is in the treatment of Erectile Dysfunction (ED). He has successfully managed countless cases of ED, providing effective solutions and improving the quality of life for numerous individuals. Dr. Malhotra’s comprehensive approach ensures that each patient receives personalized care, tailored to their specific needs and circumstances.

What is Erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction (ED), often referred to as impotence, is a condition characterized by the persistent inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. It can result from various factors, including physical causes like underlying health conditions (e.g., diabetes, heart disease), psychological factors (e.g., stress, anxiety), or a combination of both. ED can affect a man’s self-esteem and quality of life, but it is treatable, and treatment options include medications, lifestyle changes, counseling, or medical devices. Consulting a healthcare provider is essential for a proper diagnosis and tailored treatment plan.

How is it Diagnosed?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is diagnosed through a combination of methods, including a detailed medical history, physical examination, and specialized tests. The medical history helps identify underlying health conditions, medications, and psychological factors that may contribute to ED. A physical examination may reveal physical causes like nerve damage or circulatory issues. Specialized tests, such as blood tests to check hormone levels and a nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT) test, which assesses nighttime erections, can provide additional diagnostic information. In some cases, further evaluations like Doppler ultrasound or injection of medications into the penis may be conducted to assess blood flow and confirm the diagnosis. Consulting a healthcare provider is crucial for a comprehensive evaluation and diagnosis of ED.

What are it symptoms

The primary symptom of erectile dysfunction (ED) is the consistent inability to achieve or maintain an erection firm enough for sexual activity. Other symptoms and signs can include reduced sexual desire, difficulty achieving an erection during sexual arousal, or experiencing erections that are not sufficient for intercourse. ED can also have psychological symptoms like stress, anxiety, or low self-esteem due to sexual performance concerns. It’s essential to consult a healthcare provider if these symptoms persist, as ED can be a sign of underlying health issues that may require treatment.

How is it treated?

Erectile dysfunction (ED) is treatable, and the choice of treatment depends on its underlying causes and the patient’s preferences. Treatment options include: – Oral Medications: Medications like sildenafil (Viagra), tadalafil (Cialis), or vardenafil (Levitra) can improve blood flow to the penis and help achieve and maintain an erection. – Lifestyle Changes: Adopting a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise, a balanced diet, and managing stress, can improve ED, particularly when it’s related to lifestyle factors. – Counseling: Psychological counseling or therapy can be beneficial when ED is due to stress, anxiety, or relationship issues. – Vacuum Erection Devices: These are medical devices that create a vacuum around the penis, drawing blood into it to facilitate an erection. – Penile Injections or Urethral Suppositories: Medications can be directly injected into the penis or inserted into the urethra to induce an erection. – Penile Implants: Surgical implantation of inflatable or semi-rigid devices can provide a long-term solution for ED. The choice of treatment should be made in consultation with a healthcare provider, considering the underlying causes and the patient’s individual circumstances and preferences.

FAQs About Erectile Dysfunction & Penile Implants

What is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual activity.
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What are the common causes of Erectile Dysfunction
Common causes include physical factors like
high blood pressure,
And psychological factors like
anxiety, and depression.
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Can lifestyle changes help with Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile Dysfunction is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual activity.
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How is Erectile Dysfunction diagnosed?
Erectile Dysfunction is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection sufficient for sexual activity.
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Is Erectile Dysfunction always a sign of an underlying health condition?
Not always, but it can be an early warning sign of conditions like heart disease, diabetes, or hormonal imbalances that should be evaluated by a healthcare professional.
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Can Erectile Dysfunction be cured?
In many cases, ED can be effectively managed or treated, depending on the underlying cause. Treatment success rates vary depending on individual factors.
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Are there any non-invasive treatment options for Erectile Dysfunction?
Yes, non-invasive options include oral medications, vacuum erection devices, and psychotherapy. These can be effective for many individuals.
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Can stress and anxiety contribute to Erectile Dysfunction?
Yes, stress and anxiety can interfere with sexual performance and contribute to ED. Managing stress and seeking support can help improve symptoms.
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