Erectile discomfort may be characterized in three ways:
Total inability to achieve erection – It is almost impossible for a person to achieve an erection despite the normal physical and psychological stimulation.
Inconsistent erection – The man can achieve an erection occasionally but there is a lack of consistency despite the similarity of the stimulation used.
Tendency to sustain only brief erections– The man can achieve an erection but it doesn’t last for as long as it should.
Causes of Erectile Discomfort
The cause of erectile discomfort can either be physiological, psychological or a combination of both.
Physiological causes of erectile discomfort
Erectile discomfort can be a result of a disease related to the kidney, a neuro disease, alcoholism, vascular related diseases and diabetes
Smoking and lack of exercise which contribute to heart disease and vascular problems.
Surgeries that may injure the nerves and arteries
near the reproductive area.
Drugs that have erectile discomfort as a side effect
Psychological causes of erectile discomfort
Fear of sexual failure
Hormonal abnormalities (not enough testosterone)
Treatment for erectile discomfort will depend on the level of discomfort experienced by a man. Doctors usually start from the least invasive treatment then work their way up to the more complicated ones if the need arises.
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