Erectile Dysfunction in Men

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Men are more sexual than women in terms of attitude and how they respond to certain sexual ideas. During sexual intercourse, men experience an erection due to the mental and physical stimulation with their partner, which is considered normal and healthy. If the events taking place is sexually stimulating for them, it is considered easy for them to have an erection.

For some, they can experience a slight difficulty in having an erection when there is a need to have one. Sexual impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction or ED, is a health condition where in a man is unsuccessful in achieving or maintaining an erection long enough to satisfy his sexual urge. Men with such a condition would experience the consistent inability to have an erection during sexual intercourse, have their erection fail at a crucial point during sex, problems ejaculating, or an occurrence of having very brief erections.

Some medications can cause erection difficulties as their side effect. Men who has diabetes (Type 1 or Type 2) are also prone to impotence, since diabetes contributes to the damaging of blood vessels that cause a certain nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy. Surgeries done near the nerve pathways of the penis (prostate, rectum, and bladder) can also cause nerve damage to the penis, resulting in erection failure.

Men are more sexual than women in terms of attitude and how they respond to certain sexual ideas. Sexual impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction or ED, is a health condition where in a man is unsuccessful in achieving or maintaining an erection long enough to satisfy his sexual urge. Men with such a condition would experience the consistent inability to have an erection during sexual intercourse, have their erection fail at a crucial point during sex, problems ejaculating, or an occurrence of having very brief erections.

Sexual impotence is one of the most familiar sexual problems and affects almost half of all men over 40 years of age.

Sexual impotence is one of the most familiar sexual problems and affects almost half of all men over 40 years of age. Having less education will increase the impotence of men, since they are likely to have a less healthy diet (drinking more and having no exercise), and having less healthy lifestyle. Because of shame and fear of a social stigma, men are less likely to seek medical help for this condition.

Psychological reasons of impotence involves stress and anxiety, problems with your relationship, and fear of failure (performance anxiety). By seeking help to control the stress, or by counseling, you can decrease the chances of having impotence. Always inform your physician regarding any symptoms or irregular sexual response, so that proper treatments can be performed.