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Sexual dysfunction Treatment in Jangaon
Erectile Dysfunction is when a man has problems getting or maintaining an erection long enough for satisfactory sexual performance. It happens when not enough blood flows to the penis.
Erectile Dysfunction isn’t the same for all men. Some men aren’t able to get an erection at all. Others can get one, but it’s not hard enough for sex. And others get a hard erection but lose it before or during sex. Sometimes the nerves or blood vessels that are part of this process don’t work properly. If this happens, a man may not be able to get or keep an erection. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is defined as the consistent inability to achieve and/or maintain an erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual activity. In short, a man has trouble getting and keeping an erection long enough to have satisfactory sex. It may happen only once in a while, or more often
Causes of Dysfunction
It can be caused by things like stress or fatigue or bad interpersonal relationship. But a lot of times, and is not something that you can control. That’s because it’s often due to a physical problem that affects your blood flow.
Usually when a man is sexually aroused:
The brain sends an impulse telling the arteries in the penis to widen.
As a result, more blood flows to the penis.
When this happens, the penis expands and hardens. This causes an erection.
When a man has sexual Dysfunction, the nerves or blood vessels in the penis don’t work properly. This prevents blood from flowing to the penis. And that can prevent an erection. ED can happen at any age. It is usually caused by an underlying health problem. A variety of risk factors predict a man’s likelihood of developing ED. function.
Briefly, the most common risk factors for ED include: Medical conditions like high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and hardening of the arteries Spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, stroke Anxiety, stress and depression Alzheimer’s disease, Hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, hypogonadism and hyperprolactinemia Pelvic injury, surgery and irradiation of the pelvic region (e.g. for surgery of the prostate or the colon)
Medications like diuretics (water pills), high blood pressure medications, anti-depressants, some types of drugs used to treat cancer and epilepsy medications Cigarette smoking, obesity, alcohol abuse and drug use.