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What Is Erectile Dysfunction?

When you can't get an erection to have sex, it's called erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction is also called "impotence." You might not be able to get an erection at all, or you might be unable to keep one long enough to finish having sex.

Erectile dysfunction (ED), also referred to as impotence, is the inability to attain or maintain an erection sufficient for successful sexual activity. Normally, an erection occurs when the arteries carrying blood to the penis widen, allowing more blood to flow in, and the veins carrying blood away from the penis are compressed, restricting blood from flowing out. In other words, more blood flows in and less flows out, making the penis larger and causing an erection. Certain nerves and hormones in the body also play a role in initiating and maintaining an erection. Any abnormality involving these systems, whether due to medication or disease, has a significant effect on the ability to develop and sustain an erection, to ejaculate, and to experience orgasm.

Is erectile dysfunction just a part of old age?
Erectile dysfunction doesn't have to be a part of getting older. It's true that as you get older, you may need more stimulation to get an erection. (You may need more stroking and touching to get an erection.) You might also need more time between erections. But the inability to get an erection isn't "just a part of getting old."

A Common Problem...
Any man can experience ED at any time during his adult life. An erection problem may happen once in a while, or all the time. Either way, your doctors can help. You might visit your regular doctor. Or you may be referred to a urologist (a doctor who specializes in the urinary tract and the male sexual organs).

What causes erectile dysfunction?
Some medical problems can cause erectile dysfunction, like these:

  • Using certain medications, such as sedatives, tranquilizers, blood pressure medications, or diuretics

  • Smoking tobacco or marijuana

  • Drinking too much alcohol

  • Injury to nerves or blood vessels

  • Having an illness, such as diabetes, alcoholism, depression, or a prostate problem

  • Feeling stress over a recent hardship or lifestyle change

If you can't keep your blood sugar or your blood pressure under control, you can get erectile dysfunction. It's important that you take your medicines for these problems just the way your doctor tells you.

Sometimes your hormones get out of balance and this causes erectile dysfunction. Your doctor will decide if you need blood tests to check your hormones. Some of your medicines could cause this problem. If this is true for you, your doctor may take you off that medicine or give you a different one.

Drinking too much, smoking too much and abusing drugs can also cause erectile dysfunction.

It's important to have a good relationship with your sexual partner. If you don't have a good relationship, you might try therapy to see if a closer relationship helps your sex life.

Can medicine help?
After your doctor checks you for medical problems and medicines that might cause erectile dysfunction, he or she may have you try a medicine to help with erectile dysfunction. Some of these medicines are injected or put into your penis. Other medicines are taken by mouth. Not everyone can use these medicines. Your doctor will help you decide if you can try them.

Herbs and Supplements
There's little evidence to support the use of herbs for treating erectile dysfunction. If you do choose to try herbs and supplements, inform your doctor. Ginkgo has been shown to increase blood flow, but there is no direct proof that this leads to regained function for men. Ginseng and saw palmetto are two other popular herbs whose claims regarding erectile function have yet to be well proven. The amino acid arginine is being studied and may show promise in some cases of erectile dysfunction, but more research is needed. Imperial Gold Maca is an excellent choice for erectile dysfunction.

Good News For Men
New treatments for ED are being studied. These include new medications, gels, and patches. So stay in contact with news reports. If your symptoms persist, you can adjust your current treatment or prescribe something new like Imperial Gold Maca which has proven to be very effective in increasing libido and overall sexual interest. Studies have shown that it does increase sperm count and testosterone levels naturally.

What other options do I have?
If the medicines aren't right for you, you could also try using vacuum pump devices, or you could have surgery. Your doctor may send you to a urologist to talk about these options.

If the cause is judged to be psychological, it is crucial to review your relationship with your partner and to examine other possible sources of stress or tension in your life. A trained therapist can aid in these matters and may help unearth problems such as unreasonable guilt, performance anxiety, or inhibiting attitudes toward sex that were learned at an early age.

Imperial Gold Maca™ which has proven to be very effective and may increase libido and overall sexual interest. Studies have shown that it does increase sperm count and testosterone levels naturally and is very well worth your time to try.


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