The Facts About Impotence

Impotence affects approximately 11 percent of the male population, and this number only indicates those who seek treatment for the condition. If you are struggling with impotence, keep in mind that it does not have to affect your dating life. With modern medical advancements available, this condition is treatable, allowing men to enjoy a healthy romantic relationship in spite of the condition.

Facts

Sadly, impotence is a condition surrounded with misconceptions. For example, many think that impotence is a psychological. This is not true, because the condition is a normal part of the aging process for most men. It can also occur due to injury or other medical conditions. Also, the condition is not permanent; treatments are available.

Impotence Myths and Facts: California State University provides resources indicating that impotence is more than just a psychological problem.

The Truth About Erectile Dysfunction: Ohio State University Medical Center uncovers the facts about this common disease.

Erectile Dysfunction, A Deeper Look: A close look at impotence that discusses the causes, treatments, and effects of the condition.

Erectile Dysfunction, What It Is and Isn't: The doctors at the University of Cincinnati Wellness Center discuss common misconceptions about impotence.

Erectile Dysfunction Tutorial: The National Institutes of Health provide an interactive tutorial about ED.

Causes

The most common cause of impotence is aging. As a man ages, blood flow to the reproductive organs is reduced, making attaining an erection more difficult. However, other causes are possible, including injury to the pelvis, nerve damage (such as occurs after prostate surgery), other health conditions like hypertension or diabetes, hormonal imbalances, psychological issues, peyronie's disease and vascular disease.

Impotence: Harvard provides a comprehensive guide to impotence, including its causes.

Drugs that May Cause Impotence: A comprehensive list of drugs that have impotence as a possible side effect from the National Institutes of Health.

What Causes Erectile Dysfunction: The NIDDK outlines possible causes of ED.

Organic Impotence: Outlines several natural causes of impotence.

What Causes Impotence: The University of Florida Shands Cancer Center discusses causes if impotence, including those related to cancer treatment.

Treatment

Impotence, while a natural part of the aging process, is treatable. Many cases of impotence are treated with drugs like Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra. These drugs inhibit specific enzymes in the body, which causes more blood to flow to the male reproductive organs, allowing an erection to occur. Erectile dysfunction cases that do not respond to medication may be treated with penile implants, which are either firm rods or inflatable devices placed inside the penis to allow an artificial erection. Sometimes the condition is treated by treating the underlying medical condition. A vacuum pump provides a less invasive option for creating an artificial erection. Self-injection therapy allows the man and his partner to inject a small amount of medication into the penis in order to create an erection during intercourse. Those who prefer not to use needles may respond to intraurethral pellet therapy, wherein a tiny pellet of medication is placed into the urethra to create an erection. Physiological treatment works for non-medical impotence.

Penile Implant Information: A comprehensive discussion of penile implant surgery from the University of Washington Department of Urology.

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment: A close look at erectile dysfunction that provides a full list of treatments with descriptions.

Living with ED: The University of Virginia Medical Center provides detailed information about impotence and possible treatments.

Erectile Dysfunction or Impotence: Rush University Medical Center talks carefully about ED and its treatments and risk factors.

The Truth about Impotence Treatment Claims: The FTC warns consumers about deceptive impotence treatment advertisements.

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