Men’s Sexual Health

Keep Glowing Medical Spa

Erectile Dysfunction


rectile dysfunction becomes more common as we age but does not become any easier to talk about. About 5 percent of men that are 40 years old have complete erectile dysfunction, and that number increases to about 15 percent of men at age 70. Mild and moderate erectile dysfunction affects approximately 10 percent of men per decade of life (i.e., 50 percent of men in their 50’s, 60 percent of men in their 60’s). But this problem can happen at any age.


Our Process


Erectile dysfunction (ED) is not an easy problem to admit that you have nor is it a topic that is easy to talk about with your spouse or physician. ED can also be a life altering problem. ED can cause depression symptoms, marital issues, decreased self confidence/low self-esteem and other problems.

​We want to make it easy to discuss your problems and to get a treatment. We offer one-on-one tele-visits with Dr. Ellis. You can meet with him privately anywhere you have an internet connection. After reviewing your medical history and medications he can prescribe appropriate medications to you. He may also request further evaluation be performed by your regular physician.

If we can safely prescribe you a medication we will do so through one of our compound pharmacies. You medication will be shipped to you discretely in 2-4 days.

The consult is free and the price per pill is competitive and may even be covered under your HSA/FSA account if you have one. We also offer topical solutions that can be used to achieve similar results.

Take the time to review the following information, if you feel like you may have ED please contact us to schedule an appointment.

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ED Causes


ED can result from health problems, emotional issues, or from both.

Some known risk factors are:

  • Being over age 50

  • Having high blood sugar (Diabetes)

  • Having high blood pressure

  • Having cardiovascular disease

  • Having high cholesterol

  • Smoking

  • Using drugs or drinking too much alcohol

  • Being obese

  • Lacking exercise

Physical Causes:

  • There is not enough blood flows into the penis, Many health issues can reduce blood flow into the penis, such as hardened arteries, heart disease, high blood sugar (Diabetes) and smoking.

  • The penis cannot trap blood during an erection, If blood does not stay in the penis, a man cannot keep an erection. This issue can happen at any age.

  • Nerve signals from the brain or spinal cord do not reach the penis, Certain diseases, injury or surgery in the pelvic area can harm nerves to the penis.

  • Diabetes can cause small vessel disease or nerve damage to the penis

  • Cancer treatments near the pelvis can affect the penis’ functionality, Surgery and or radiation for cancers in the lower abdomen or pelvis can cause ED. Treating prostate, colon-rectal or bladder cancer often leaves men with ED.

  • Drugs used to treat other health problems can negatively impact erections.

Emotional Causes:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Relationship conflicts

  • Stress at home or work

  • Stress from social, cultural or religious conflicts

  • Worry about sex performance

Question’s We Ask

  • Questions about your health:

  • What prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs or supplements do you take?

  • Do you use recreational drugs?

  • Do you smoke?

  • How much alcohol do you drink?

  • Have you had surgery or radiation therapy in the pelvic area?

  • Do you have any urinary problems?

  • Do you have other health problems (treated or untreated)?

  • Questions about your ED symptoms:

  • How long have you had these symptoms? Did they start slowly or all at once?

  • Do you wake up in the morning or during the night with an erection?

  • If you do have erections, how firm are they? Is penetration difficult?

  • Do your erections change at different times, like when going in a partner, during stimulation by mouth, or with masturbation?

  • Do you have problems with sex drive or arousal?

  • Do you have problems with ejaculation or orgasm (climax)?

  • How is this problem changing the way you enjoy sex?

  • Do you have painful with erections, feel a lump or bump in the penis or have penile curvature?

  • Questions about stress and emotional health:

  • Are you often under a lot of stress, or has something recently upset you?

  • Do you have any anxiety, depression or other mental health issues?

  • Are you taking any drugs for your mental health?

  • How satisfied are you with your sex life? Has there been any changes lately?

  • How is your relationship with your partner? Has there been any changes lately?