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What is the main cause of erectile dysfunction?
The main causes of erectile dysfunction include psychological and health conditions, medications, trauma and lifestyle factors. Penile erection is a complex process in which the brain, nerves, muscles and blood vessels play a major role. In addition, hormones and emotions are at work.
What erectile dysfunction feels like?
Erectile dysfunction symptoms might include persistent: Trouble getting an erection. Trouble keeping an erection. Reduced sexual desire.
How do you fix erectile dysfunction?
Exercise regularly, lose extra weight, stop smoking, drink less, and do not abuse drugs. Consider a medicine to boost erections. Certain medicines increase blood flow to the penis if taken an hour before sexual activity. They are sildenafil (Viagra), vardenafil (Levitra), and tadalafil (Cialis).
Do erectile dysfunction can be cured?
In summary. So erectile dysfunction can be cured, but it depends on the cause. Some causes of ED are easier to “cure” than others. But, with the right diagnosis, support, and treatment, it’s possible for ED to go away without the need for ED medications like Viagra (sildenafil) or Cialis (Tadalafil).
What makes a man weak in bed?
There are many reasons why men can lose their sex drive and simple factors like tiredness, stress, depression, certain medications (antidepressants and hypertensive drugs), excessive alcohol consumption, illicit drug taking, and low testosterone levels may all play a part.
How does a man know if he has erectile dysfunction?
Symptoms of impotence, also called erectile dysfunction (ED), include:
- In ability to get an erection.
- Being able to get an erection sometimes, but not every time.
- Being able to get an erection but being unable to maintain it.
- Being able to get an erection but not have it be hard enough for penetration during sex.
Why does a man go soft during oral?
Because more blood is entering than leaving the penis, the penis becomes engorged with blood, causing it to elongate and stiffen, leading to an erection. After sexual activity the blood is allowed to flow out of the penis again and the penis returns to its usual flaccid (soft) state.