Symptoms of Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction)

Thursday, July 2nd, 2009 No Comments Under: Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence) is quite a typical condition affecting 20-30 million men in the USA and more then 150 million men all over the world. Erectile Dysfunction is a problem with achieving and upholding erection strong enough for long pleasant sexual intercourse. If someone wants good erection, he should have no problems with nerves system, brain, muscles and blood vessels.

Erectile Dysfunction may include orgasm, ejaculation and emission problems.

Symptoms of impotence are the incapability to achieve erection or the impossibility to uphold a strong erection long enough to have a successful ejaculation and to satisfy both partners. Uncommon failure is quite normal. But if it happens quite often or you have protracted problems that are lasting for several weeks may require evaluation by a physician.

If someone has 25% of failure attempts to achieve and uphold erection strong enough for a long sexual intercourse, he might have Erectile Dysfunction. But if you can not have strong erection in about 50% attempts, it may be foreshowed that you will probably have physical or psychological problems that can lead to necessary erectile dysfunction treatment. This disease is very dangerous and unmoral at any age.

There are several symptoms of erectile dysfunction that may contain inability to:

  • Have a good erection with a partner or even with masturbation
  • Achieve a long erection to satisfy both partners
  • Uphold strong erection for a pleasant sexual intercourse

But these problems do not mean that a man will not be able to ejaculate or to have a sexual drive and orgasm. Erectile Dysfunction is a typical problem and many men are unwilling to talk about it. People who have psychological problems such as depression or constant anxiety may probably have Erectile Dysfunction. When doctor prescribe a medication for hypertension, a patient can suffer from erectile dysfunction. It is better to ask patients before as a part of a routine examination. Such health questionnaires may help doctors to learn out and protect from Erectile Dysfunction and to help in the primary care process. But a very important thing is that such abbreviated questionnaires can not exactly learn out several areas of their sexual life: sexual drive and desire, orgasm and ejaculation. But this method can be extremely useful in helping men to discuss their problems and it may also become a signal for an evaluation.

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