If a man experienced some difficulty with their penis or finds difficulty getting enough erection to be able to have sex is called erectile dysfunction. (ED) is only considered a concern if satisfactory sexual performance has been impossible on a number of occasions for some time.
SYMPTOMS OF (ED)
- Reduce the desire for sex.
- Inability to maintain an erection, but not having it last long enough for sex.
- Being unable to get an erection at any time.
CAUSES OF (ED)
Proper diagnosis can help to address the causes and help in resolving sexual difficulties. The most common diseases, medication, emotional, behaviour that causes of erectile dysfunction are given below:
Diseases and conditions that cause (ED):
- Diabetes type 2
- Heart disease
- High blood pressure
- Kidney disease
- Multiple sclerosis
- Peyronies disease
- Penis injury
- Spinal cord injury
- Prostate injury
- Bladder injury
- Pelvis injury
Medication that causes (ED):
- Blood pressure medication
- Prostate cancer therapy medication
- Medicines that make you calmer or sleepy
- Medicines that make you less hungry
- Ulcer medicines
Psychological issues that cause (ED):
Behaviour factor that causes (ED):
- Using drugs
- Not being physically active
Treatment for erectile dysfunction:
The good news is that there are many treatments for ED, and most men will find a solution that works for them. Treatments include:
- Phosphodiesterase-5 (These pills are taken 30 to 60 minutes before sex)
- Vardenafil (Levitra)
- Avanafil (Stendra)
There is a mechanical way to produce the erection for men through a vacuum erection device. Penis made rigid by the use of a vacuum pump sealed around it that draws up blood.
- Penile implants are a final option reserved for men who have not had any success with drug treatments and other non-invasive options.
- Vascular surgery attempts to correct some blood vessel causes of ED.
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