Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction – When To Seek Help?

Wanting to achieve an erogenous sex but your penis is not just functioning the hard way is very frustrating and a total sex drive killer. This is a common scenario when a man age. His erection might take longer and his penis may not be as strong and firm as it was when he was younger. This can also cause stress, anxiety, low self confidence, and relationship problem.

But, what if you are in your younger years but already experiencing lack of desire in sex or having an erectile dysfunction? Do you think it is time to seek for a doctor’s advice? The answer is, yes.

An erection can be successfully achieve if your brain, emotion, nervous, body, and hormonal system are all connected together as one during sex. And if one of these components is lacking, an erectile dysfunction or softer penis will be the result. There must be a problem to your physical or psychological condition.

Not only that, erectile dysfunction can be an indication of underlying health problems like prostate cancer, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, Parkinson’s disease, and more. Whether you’re young or aged, and experiencing erection trouble, it is really best to consult a physician.

Below are the many other causes of erectile dysfunction;

  1. High blood pressure
  2. Diabetes
  3. Obesity
  4. Sleep disorder
  5. Tobacco
  6. Prostate cancer or surgery
  7. Alcohol abuse
  8. Surgery
  9. Depression
  10. Stress
  11. Medications including antidepressants, antihistamine, and for of blood pressure.

Again, you need to seek help especially when you are already experiencing the following;

  1. You lack any desire for sexual intercourse.
  2. You cannot hold or maintain your erection.
  3. You cannot focus while having an intercourse.
  4. You cannot control the time of your orgasm.
  5. You ejaculate earlier than usual.
  6. Lack of orgasm or unable to have an orgasm.
  7. Painful intercourse.
  8. You are relying on Viagra as penis strengthening and hardening.
  9. Distress during intercourse because of sexual dysfunction.
  10. Bloody ejaculation.
  11. Lack of ejaculation.

Although many men nowadays are still embarrassed to admit that they’re experiencing erectile dysfunction, one should still seek medical attention because sometimes treating an underlying ailment will also cure the dysfunction. Start by having an appointment with your family doctor so you could tell all your experiences without feeling embarrass or reluctant. Or, you can have an appointment to any doctor specializes on treating erectile dysfunction. Don’t worry, they’ve already heard and treated many men with the same problem.

How can you prevent erectile dysfunction?

The very best ways to prevent erectile dysfunction is to live healthy, eat healthy, and work with your doctor if you already seeing signs of problem. There are many health issues associated with unhealthy living. Start with changing your eating habit and exercise regularly.

It is also imperative to have a healthy mind avoiding depression, anxiety, and over thinking. Live happy and focus. If you see symptoms of psychological problems in you, consult a psychologist to help you out.

Being embarrass to discuss your situation with your doctor will only worsen you problem because there is a cure to it. It is really best to discuss your condition right now.