One of the biggest fears of men is losing his manhood. Unfortunately, there has recently been a trend toward increasing the percentage of impotence in individuals of the stronger sex. This disturbed ecology, and the different medication, the rapid pace of life and more. The prevailing informed opinion that impotence is a lot older men to date, revised as these factors have marked virility in young adults 30 – 35 years.
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What is impotence?
Impotence — sexual restrictionenzyme is a sexual disorder characterized by inability of a man to commit a sexual act to force sexual intercourse because of the impossibility of erection or weak erection. Currently, the term “impotence” was replaced by “erectile dysfunction”, i.e. erectile dysfunction or impotence men. Impotence is not an independent disease, but only a consequence of any pathology.
The types of impotence
There are two types of impotence:
- Organic impotence
This type develops as a result of any organic disorders in the body (e.g., diabetes).
- Psychogenic impotence
This erectile dysfunction develops because of psychological and mental problems.
In addition, impotence can be primary and secondary. Primary impotence (from the beginning of sexual life) is rare and is associated with malformations of the genitals or disorders of the Central nervous system. Secondary impotence occurs when the development of physiological diseases or psychological problems (fear not meet the partner, loss of sexual attraction to her, etc.).
Causes of impotence
Alcohol abuse, Smoking and drug use lead to impotence
- Psychological factors.
These include stress, mental and physical stress, problems with partner, neurosis, depression and much more.
- Bad habits.
Alcohol abuse, Smoking, drug use also affects the virility.
Impotence may result use of neuroleptics, tranquilizers, antihypertensives, antidepressants and anti-allergic drugs of new generation (clemastin, hloropiramin).
- Vascular disorder.
The cause of erectile dysfunction can be hypertension, diabetes, atherosclerosis, Peyronie’s disease and other diseases of the blood vessels.
- Violation of neuroregulation
These include injuries of the brain and spinal cord, intervertebral hernia, brain tumor, multiple sclerosis and more.
- Hormonal disturbances.
It can be congenital hypogonadism, diabetes mellitus, thyroid disease, androgen deficiency, pituitary tumors, testicular injury with damage to glandular tissue, which is responsible for the production of testosterone, diseases of the adrenal glands.
- Pathology in the penis.
Penile trauma or inflammatory (particularly venereal) diseases lead to impotence.
- Inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system.
Prostatitis, vesiculitis, and others lead to the development of erectile dysfunction.
Signs of impotence symptoms of impotence are:
- Onset of the disease.
When psychogenic impotence the beginning of the process is always sudden and often associated with either relationship problems with a partner or with stress. Organic impotence develops slowly, gradually with the progression of the underlying disease.
- The lack of an erection.
For psychogenic erectile dysfunction indicates the lack of adequate erection in the specific case when both spontaneous night and morning erections are saved. When organic impotence no spontaneous nocturnal erections or erections before intercourse.
- Lack of erection
Weak erection, when the voltage of the penis is insufficient evidence about the organic nature of the pathology. In addition, when organic impotence during intercourse erection can suddenly disappear, which is not typical for psychogenic impotence.
- The disease
Psychogenic impotence is periodic in nature, and the lack of an erection depends on the situation. In addition, when the nature of psychogenic impotence preserved libido and arousal.
- Problems with ejaculation
When organic erectile dysfunction man is not able to control the process of ejaculation. Ejaculation happens either at the beginning of intercourse, or even before, or as a result of a long and exhausting for both partners intercourse.
Treatment of impotence
Partner plays an important role in the treatment of psychogenic impotence impotenceerectile the task is difficult, but not insurmountable. The majority of men their impotence consider shame flatly refuse to go to the doctor. In the first place to visit specialist must persuade and even insist partner, explaining the need, and to get a man to discard the false shame. Of course, in the treatment of organic impotence special attention is paid to the disease that led to this sexual disorder. Psychogenic impotence requires the participation of a psychologist and therapist, an important role may play the partner (for example, show Striptease, to establish a relationship with a man, etc.). In addition, patients with erectile dysfunction should stop Smoking, drinking alcohol, strong tea and coffee, to review with your doctor the list of medications consumed, pay attention to exercise, attend a bath, take a sun bath.
The methods of treatment of impotence include:
Yohimbine, Viagra, Levitra, Dynamic, Cialis well with impotence. However, their method has a lot of contraindications and drug because the method of dealing with erectile dysfunction is only temporary.
- The vacuum method
Vacuum rectora therapy is putting on the penis of the cylinder under the action of the pump cylinder creates a negative pressure that causes blood flow to the cavernous bodies and cause erection. To save voltage penis on its base is put on the thick ring.
- Injections into the penis
To blood flow to the cavernous bodies of the penis they introduced drugs (prostaglandin E1, phentolamine, and others).
- Penile prosthesis
This method relates to surgical. In the penis implanted silicone or hydraulic prostheses.