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Advanced Treatments for Male Sexual Dysfunction and Enlarged Prostate


For men, loss of sexual desire or the inability to perform sexually may have more than physical effects; it can impact self-esteem, emotional health and intimate relationships. Moreover, male sexual dysfunction is often a sign of a more serious underlying condition, such as high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease or diabetes. That’s why it’s important to seek help from a team of specialists who look beyond symptoms to identify and treat the core cause of the problem.

Dr. Dhindsa and Dr. McDonoughAt SLUCare Men’s Health Center, our physicians are fellowship-trained specialists in urology and endocrinology, offering deep expertise in diagnosing disorders that cause male sexual dysfunction.

In the center, our doctors take time to listen to you and perform a thorough medical evaluation. We offer sophisticated testing, as needed, as well as access to a full spectrum of treatment options, including corrective surgeries. As part of an academic medical practice, our team can connect you to experts in other specialties, such as cardiology or vascular surgery, if a larger health issue is suspected.

SLUCare Men’s Health Center Treats:

Erectile dysfunction (ED)

Just as there are many possible causes of ED, also called impotence, there are many different treatments for ED, as well. Your doctor will look at your particular condition and help you find the right solution, whether that’s oral medications, intraurethral suppositories, penile injections, vacuum erectile devices or surgical prosthetics.

Those With Erectile Dysfunction Have Options

Low testosterone

Low testosterone can occur with age or obesity. It is sometimes a side effect of medication or a symptom of disease, such as anemia or diabetes. Low testosterone can decrease sexual desire, lower energy levels and contribute to bone or muscle loss. SLUCare Men’s Health Center offers a variety of treatments for low testosterone, including patches, gels and injections. SLUCare endocrinologist Dr. Sandeep Dhindsa will help you find the right treatment for your needs and lifestyle.

Low Testosterone in Men - Men's Health Center

Peyronie’s disease (curvature of the penis)

SLUCare reconstructive urologist Dr. Clay McDonough offers a full range of surgical repair options for Peyronie’s disease, as well as in-office treatment with Xiaflex – an injection that may help some patients avoid surgery. 

Peyronie's Disease and Your Options - Men's Health Center

Premature ejaculation

While some men are able to delay ejaculation through various methods at home, SLUCare Men’s Health Center offers medical options for treating premature ejaculation, a common sexual problem.

Addressing issues with Premature Ejaculation - Men's Health Center

Enlarged prostate (BPH)

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), also called enlarged prostate, is a condition that affects most men as they age. An enlarged prostate creates uncomfortable problems with urination: pain, incontinence, inability to empty bladder completely, frequent urination, weak urine stream and more. Dr. McDonough and the team of SLUCare urological surgeons offer innovative solutions for relieving the discomfort of BPH.

Treating an Enlarged Prostate - SLUCare Men's Health Center

Our Providers

Clay McDonough, MD - Reconstructive Urologist
Sandeep Dhindsa, MD - Endocrinologist

Location

University Tower
1034 S. Brentwood Blvd., Suite 550
St. Louis, MO 63117
314-977-6051
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