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Understanding the Symptoms of Male Impotence

Have you recently had trouble maintaining or getting an erection? Are you worried that you may be suffering from male impotence, otherwise known as erectile dysfunction?
Studies have shown that one in ten men in the United States suffers from erectile dysfunction.
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Treatment options of IMPOTENCE

Impotence can nearly always be treated - 95 percent of men find a suitable treatment. The simplest are talking therapies, such as cognitive behavioural therapy, and medicines.

If the cause is mainly because you are anxious or are having relationship difficulties, then talking to a counselor or psychosexual therapist will probably be most helpful for you. You may also find this useful if you think you may have other psychological problems such as depression.

How may your GP discovers your impotence?

You may decide to see your GP if you are anxious about how reliably you can have an erection. This is often the initial problem in younger men. However, occasional episodes of impotence are common and don't mean that you will have persistent problems in the future.

You may feel embarrassed when you first go to discuss the issue with your GP or practice nurse. However, talking about impotence is routine for GPs and nurses.

What Causes Impotence and Loss of Erection?

Impotence occurs when a man has difficulty with either getting an erection or keeping one for long enough to allow satisfactory sexual activity. It's one of the most common sexual problems and affects around 2.3 million men in the UK. Half of all men over the age of 40 will experience it at some point in their lives. It becomes more common and severe as men get older. However, only about 10 percent of affected men seek help.


A Self-Injection Kit
Erections obtained by injection usually last 30-60 minutes and may not subside when a man has an orgasm or ejaculates, and may interfere with the patient's social/business agenda. An overdose can cause a prolonged and painful erection that may require medical or surgical intervention. Frequent use may lead to the build-up of scar tissue in the penis, further complicating the process of erection.

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A good sex life doesn’t just happen – it requires a little help, which means a balanced and nutrients diet combined with regular moderate exercise and a positive attitude. These are all key elements in helping to keep your sex drive high and your reproductive system in good working order. It cannot be ignored that there are certain nutrients which have the power to regulate the levels of sex hormones in your body, and some can even help to protect your reproductive system from the potentially damaging effects of infection or disease.

Erectile Dysfunction Treament Options

It is only nature that a man will need to satisfy their sexual needs from time to time. If however a man is suffering from an erectile dysfunction problem he will be unable to do this. An erectile dysfunction problem is caused by a lack of blood flowing to the corpus cavernosum. It is this increase in blood flow to this body part that that gives a man an erection. This problem with your man hood may become a major cause of depression, relationship problems and negative self-esteem. There are however a number of erectile dysfunction treatment options available for you to choose from. These treatment options range from medication, mechanical devices, surgery and even psychological counselling. Some of these erectile dysfunction treatment options include: