As a man this could dampen your emotions. Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is associated with many causes. If you have been experiencing symptoms of impotence you don’t have to give up your sex life. You have many options available to you that can help you overcome the battle of ED. Below you will find common causes of ED. Also don’t worry you are not alone in this battle.
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
Impotence or ED is commonly caused be a number of reasons. A male erection uses the brain, emotions, hormones, muscles, blood vessels and the nervous system. If you experience ED it can be a number of reasons why. Physical and mental problems are the number one reason why someone would be experiencing ED. STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) are also known to be associated with ED. A few STDs known to cause ED are Prostatitis, Epididymitis or anything associated with blocking or obstructing. Before you can cure ED or to stop being impotent you will need to find the cause.
A few questions to find the cause of being impotent are listed here-
- When did you start having the problem?
- Did you get an STD?
- Have you been really stressed?
- Have you noticed any health issues that may have changed?
Also you can go to your doctor and pin point the reason why you are noticing the symptoms of ED.
Don’t fret over the idea of being impotent. Most causes are relatively easy to over come and you can be back to your normal self after treatment and some time. There are many different stages of ED. Some men may be able to obtain an erection but not able to keep it for very long. Some may experience no erection at all. In some cases if you are with a new partner or have been with your partner for a long time can also experience ED.
Did you know that 70% of ED cases are related to a medical condition? No matter the reason for your condition you can help improve your sexual health. At some point or another almost every man will experience problems with an erection. Yes, it does lower your manlyhood and your self-esteem. But you can find help.
How does ED affect a relationship?
ED (erectile dysfunction) does not only affect the man in a relationship. It also affects the partner whether you have just begun the relationship or have been married for 20 years. Being impotent is not something you should go through alone. In most cases men will refuse to talk about the problem to there partner. Although that is one of the most important topics you should share with your partner. If you try to shy away or say “I’m not in the mood” your partner may react differently than by knowing the truth. A ladies mind is always trying to please her man. She wants you to be attracted to her, think she is hot or sexy, and once you start drawing yourself away she may think you are not attracted to her anymore. Or maybe you have found another woman that is more beautiful. The best advice I can give you while you are experiencing symptoms of erectile dysfunction is to tell your partner. Your partner will be more understanding and will most likely be willing to help you overcome the situation. Best of luck to you and always remember you are not alone.