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Impotence: An End to Your Love Life

Posted by on Friday, January 29, 2010, 3:29
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Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction) is a sexual problem experienced by men who, despite several efforts to make their genitals erect, fail to do so. It may also be associated with other sexually-related problems such as orgasm and ejaculation difficulty.

Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction) may be classified into two. Some males experiencing impotence have a total inability to cause their genitals to erect and some males fail to keep their genital erected for a longer period of time making it impossible to reach orgasm.

Having impotence (Erectile Dysfunction) may not only be affected sexually but also mentally, emotionally and socially. Impotent males are never sexually satisfied and this dissatisfaction is extended to the partner. Because of this, the male feels inferior (undergoes inferiority complex), is emotionally down and may even feel depressed.

Normal erection occurs when there is a mental stimulation or sensory stimulation from the brain to the muscles and since the penis is a muscle, the penis receives the impulse transmitted by the brain giving relaxation to the corpora nervosa. When the corpora nervosa or the two chambers found in the penis start to relax, the blood starts to fill in the spaces and the pressure of the blood flow causes the male genital to expand. When the penis starts to expand, the membrane that surrounds the corpora nervosa functions to keep the erection until orgasm is reached and the semen is released.

On the other hand, Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction) occurs when there is a disruption of any event from the transmission of impulses from the brain, stimulation of the muscle sensors, relaxation of the corpora nervosa and the blood flow to the chamber spaces. There are also other causes of this disease. Medical treatments such as intake of drugs may cause a person to be impotent. Accidents and other causes of nerve, tissue and muscle damages may also lead to impotence.

Being diagnosed with impotence (Erectile Dysfunction) is such a nerve-racking experience. Some males even think that it is the end of their sexual life. However, it is not right to lose hope because impotence may now be treated with different methods such as drug therapy, psychotherapy and surgery. If you already have incidence of short-term erection, today might be the proper time to consult your doctor regarding this condition. It is best to address this problem when it is diagnosed earlier. Do not wait for your condition to worsen, seek medical help now.

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