Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
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Don't let erection problems keep you from a more satisfying sexual experience. Learn about a condition called erectile dysfunction (ED), and how you can treat it.
What is erectile dysfunction?
ED is when a man has difficulty getting or maintaining an erection long enough for sex. It happens when not enough blood flows to the penis.
ED isn't the same for all men. Some men are not able to get an erection at all. Others can get one, but it is not hard enough for sex. And others get a hard erection but lose it before or during sex.
ED is a medical condition. So in most cases, erections will not improve without treatment.
Many men avoid discussing ED. In fact, they often wait more than a year before talking to their doctor. But once they have had the discussion, most men say they feel relieved to have finally done something about it.
Why erectile dysfunction (ED) happens:
ED can be caused by things like stress or fatigue. But a lot of times, ED is not something that you can control. That's because it's often due to a physical problem that affects your blood flow.
Usually when a man is sexually aroused:
1. The brain sends an impulse telling the arteries in the penis to widen.
2. As a result, more blood flows to the penis.
3. When this happens, the penis expands and hardens. This causes an erection.
When a man has ED, the nerves or blood vessels in the penis don't work properly. This prevents blood from flowing to the penis. And that can prevent an erection.
Causes of ED:
ED is often caused by other health issues that can affect the flow of blood to the penis. No matter what the cause, treatment is usually effective. Possible causes are high blood pressure, prostate problems, diabetes, heart disease, high cholesterol, depression, stress, smoking, alcohol.
The most common treatments are Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. They are all taken as a tablet. At present they are all only available with a prescription. (ie they cannot be bought 'over the counter').
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