Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction affects people more than they want to acknowledge. After all, who wants to admit that they are having Erectile Dysfunction problems?


Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

There are an estimated 152 million men the world over that suffer from erectile dysfunction. …… 152 million????? Goes to show how common the problem is.

In most cases, the cause is due to some other ill health problem like diabetes, heart disease or high blood pressure, but many others suffer due to psychological reasons. For them, there is hope in the form of the guide ‘Ejaculation Master’.

Created by Christian Gudnason, the guide promises to help you gain control over your ejaculation and to build up your endurance and tolerance for powerful, pleasurable lovemaking so you can make passionate love for hours on end. All it requires of you is 30 minutes, 3-7 times a week for 2-3 months. You can work with or without your partner, all you need is your commitment. Gudnason also says that it’s worked for 97% of the men who have tried it. That’s a pretty impressive success rate, don’t you think?

Erectile Dysfunction

Thursday, April 20, 2006

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction or impotency is a fairly common problem. In fact, it is estimated that approximately 152 million men worldwide suffer from erectile dysfunction.

So what is it? What causes it? And is there a cure?

Male erectile dysfunction is the term used to describe the condition whereby a man consistently has a problem getting and/or keeping an erection long enough to complete sexual intercourse.

While many men may have occasional or temporary problems with erection, for it to be classified as erectile dysfunction, the problem would have to be occurring repeatedly over a period of time.

Erectile dysfunction has many factors that contribute to cause it. Many cases are due to other health related issues, and in some cases, the cause is purely psychological.

While age can also lead to an inability to get or sustain an erection, this cannot be termed as erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction commonly affects those who are suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease or depression. In some cases, medicines used to treat high blood pressure or heart disease can also lead to impotency. Smoking and excessive consumption of alcohol can also be the cause of the problem.

In many cases, there is no cure for erectile dysfunction. However, if handled correctly, it can be treated quite effectively. If medicines are the cause, one can talk to one's health provider to suggest alternate medication. Eating healthy and appropriate exercising along with avoiding smoking and excessive drinking will also help.

There are various treatments available today. These include oral medicines, vacuum devices, urethral insertion tablets, injection therapy and surgical implants. While all these address the problem, they must be used only after consultation with your health provider as they could have fairly unpleasant side-effects.

When erection dysfunction is affecting relationships, psychotherapy could be used where you and your partner meet with a psychologist or psychiatrist to work out how your problems, sexual or otherwise, may be affecting your ability to have and sustain an erection.

Whatever the cause, addressing the problem and finding a solution will go a long way in easing stress and re-building possibly eroded confidence.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction

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