Men often worry about quality of their erections. Sometimes sex life ceases to be bright due to unpleasant disease-related processes in the body. Stress, alcohol abuse, and poor nutrition habits can weaken erectile function or make an erection impossible.
Some causes of impotence are temporary. Unfortunately, some of them are irreversible. If a patient with diabetes is faced with erectile dysfunction, he needs to know about features of its treatment and chances of success.
Radical removal of the prostate (prostatectomy), regardless of the type of surgery performed, is one of the most common effective ways to combat malignant tumors in the prostate gland (prostate cancer). It should be noted that prostatectomy has a large number of complications, one of which is erectile dysfunction. According to statistics, an impressive percentage of patients develop ED after the surgery.
Hernia is one of the causes that can directly or indirectly (depending on the type) affect the occurrence of erectile dysfunction. For what reasons does this happen and what to expect after treatment is completed?
Coexistence of impotence and cardiovascular diseases arising from commonality of many risk factors has led to an increase of statin use amongst patients suffering from erectile dysfunction. So these patients want to know whether administration of these medications is associated with further deterioration of erectile capabilities.
Erectile dysfunction (abbreviated as ED) can be caused by a host of factors that can be organic, psychological, and mixed. There is a myth that impotence occurs because a man is not attracted to a partner, but in most cases this is nonsense, since there are hundreds of possible causes of erectile dysfunction.
The negative effects of certain medications are considered organic causes. In this article, we will consider drugs that can lead to the development or worsening of erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction (ED) usually doesn’t occur separately; it is often caused by other (comorbid) conditions. Metabolic syndrome is one of quiet but dangerous disorders which increases a risk of ED development.