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Impotence. It is an age-term for a sexual disorder that men still encounter today – the problem of being unable to attain or maintain an erection until ejaculation. It is also called erectile dysfunction (ED). This disorder is so distressing that many males are powerless when facing it. It is estimated that as many as thirty million males in the USA are affected by ED. Yet, inspite of a host of treatments, only 10% of the sick seek medical aid. DEFINING THE DISORDER Rare as it is, primary erectile dysfunction means that a man has never had an erection sufficient for intercourse. Secondary impotence, a loss of erectile ability after normal function, typically develops slowly unless triggered by injury or sudden condition. Psychological problems were once believed to cause impotence. But nowadays we are well-aware that factors such as tension, depression and fear of sexual failure are at the root of only 10% to 20% of ED. It is typically triggered by physical factors, for instance vascular problems, neurological problems, abnormalities in the penile area. Erectile dysfunction can also be an adverse reaction to certain prescriptions and drugs obtained over-the-counter. Nevertheless, whatever the causes are, it is typical of males who suffer from sexual dysfunction to have feelings of anxiety, guilt and low self-esteem. WHAT PUTS MEN'S HEALTH AT RISK? Age, for starters. The older you turn, the higher your risk for sexual disorder is. Older men have more physical reasons for a lack of arousal than younger men. The penis requires adequate blood flow to become erect. So, it is clear that blood vessel disorders – such as atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries – are frequently to put the blame on, particularly since these conditions are common in middle-aged to older men. Since smoking decreases arterial flow, continuous cigarette use also affects erectile function at every age. But male sexual dysfunction can also be a cause of the penile nerve damage resulted from many factors, particularly injury and chronic diseases, such as diabetes. Actually, peripheral neuropathy, a particular pattern of nerve damage associated with diabetes, is one of the most common causes of ED, as diabetics suffer from narrowed arteries, which causes an insufficient blood flow to the penile area. In addition, operation on the prostate gland, bladder, rectum or colon or exposure to radiation can also intervene with nerve signals between the brain and sexual organs, thus impeding erections. Without nerve-sparing techniques, for example, prostate gland cancer operation can cause nerve damage near the penis. Other neurological complications – brought about by multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease – can also trigger impotence. Finally, endocrine profile imbalances, such as a low testosterone level, rarely trigger sexual disorder. The cause of sexual dysfunction and your lifestyle determine the treatment you and your doctor give preference to.
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