Erectile Dysfunction Clinics

ED Clinics in Singapore

At the present time, there are a number of erectile dysfunction clinics and men’s health clinics. 

National University Hospital
NUH Medical Centre Level 16 

5 Lower Kent Ridge Rd
Singapore 119074

Changi General Hospital
2 Simei Street 3
Singapore 529889

1 Northpoint Drive
Northpoint City, #B1-176 (South Wing)
Singapore 768019
Tel: 6254 1622 
Fax: 6254 3367


Thomson Medical
339 Thomson Road
Singapore 307677

Singapore General Hospital 
16 College Road,
Block 4 Level 1,
Singapore 169854

Choosing the Right Doctor

Firstly, find a doctor whom you feel comfortable with. 

During the first session, most doctors will have a preliminary consultation. That being said, it would be good to prepare related medical, psychological, or sexual history.  In some cases, tests (eg. testosterone level) may also be conducted. 

Subsequently, your doctor will prescribe the appropriate erectile dysfunction treatment.  In general, most doctors will suggest pills (eg. Viagra, Cialis) or wave therapy. Additionally, diet or lifestyle changes (eg. exercising more) may also be recommended.

However, patients with certain conditions may need to consult a specialist. Otherwise, treatment may not be effective. After the condition is under control, ED treatment can begin.


Seek Medical Treatment

Although “alternative” treatments may seem enticing, many of them are not backed by clinical studies. In most cases, people are lured in by their cheap prices and online availability. In some instances, the products are marketed as “chocolates” or “candies”. As a result, people see no harm in trying them.

However, these products may be harmful. In addition to not helping the problem, they may also have harmful side effects. For example, incidences of heart attacks and strokes have been reported. For that reason, it is best to look for treatments that are HSA or FDA approved. Whenever possible, avoid shoddy sellers.