Masculinity is the inability of a man to erect as much as he needs to erect his penis in order to have sex. Although impotence is most common in older men.
However, this problem can occur at any age. Sometimes there is nothing to worry about if Lingothan has this problem. But if this condition continues, it can put a lot of stress on the mind and can lead to the deterioration of the relationship with the wife. This condition cracks the self-confidence. Impotence was previously called impotence!
Currently it is called erectile dysfunction. At one time no one wanted to discuss it. As if it is forbidden
Subject. It was thought to be a psychological issue or a natural consequence of advancing age. These ideas have now changed. It is now known that impotence is more due to physical problems than mental problems, and many men have normal lingothan even at the age of 60.
Although many may find it embarrassing to talk to a doctor about sex, you must seek medical attention if you want to improve your condition. Most men need treatment to keep their sexual function normal. This treatment may require anything from drugs to surgery. Sometimes other factors such as heart disease cause impotence. So the problem of masculinity must be taken very seriously. Because it can be a symptom of a serious health problem.
Symptoms: The main symptom of impotence is the inability of the penis to erect enough for sexual intercourse. If this problem occurs in at least 25 percent of a man’s life, then the man is said to be impotent. Most men have occasional lingothan problems and that is normal. But if the lingothan problem continues, it is a sign of impotence. In that case, it must be evaluated. In some cases, impotence is the first sign of another health problem that needs treatment.
Cause: Male arousal is a complex process involving the brain, hormones, emotions, nerves, muscles and blood vessels. If any of these systems are affected or any of the balance is lost, then impotence can occur. Concept about lingothan: The penis has two cylindrical sponge-like structures (corpus cavernosum) which are located vertically parallel to the urethra.
(The urethra carries semen and urine). When a man is sexually aroused, nerve stimulation causes much more blood to flow in the cylinder than normal. This sudden influx of blood expands the sponge-like structure and causes erection by straightening and tightening the penis. Endless sexual arousal keeps high blood flow to the penis intact and controls the flow of blood out of the penis. He keeps the penis tight. After ejaculation or when sexual arousal has subsided, the excess blood goes out of the sponge, then the penis returns to its relaxed shape.
Physical causes of impotence: At one time doctors thought that the primary cause of impotence was mental. But that is not true. Thoughts and emotions have always played an important role in Lingothan’s case. However, some physical factors such as chronic health problems or side effects of any medication usually lead to impotence.
Common causes of impotence are heart disease, atherosclerosis, hypertension, diabetes, obesity and metabolic problems. Other causes of impotence include certain medications, tobacco use, alcohol and drug use, prostate cancer treatment, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, hormonal abnormalities such as low testosterone levels (hypogonadism), peroneal disease, or pelvic floor disease. Or injury. In some cases, impotence is seen as the number one sign of serious health problems.
Mental causes of impotence: The brain plays an important role in stimulating the physical factors that cause the erection of the penis. These range from feelings of sexual arousal to lingothan. Several things can interfere with sexual feelings and lead to impotence.
These include depression, anxiety, stress, exhaustion, and distance or conflict with a sexual partner. The physical and mental causes of impotence affect each other. For example, minor physical problems that reduce sexual arousal can cause emotional distress. And Lingothan has something to do with anxiety. Anxiety can lead to severe impotence. Risk factors Various risk factors can lead to impotence. These include:
Aging: Eighty percent of men aged 65 and over have impotence. Many men begin to change their sexual function as they get older. The penis may take a long time to erect, the penis may not be as hard, or it may become stiff after touching the penis for a long time. However, impotence is not an inevitable consequence of normal age. Impotence usually occurs in older men. This is because in most cases their health deteriorates or they take drugs that interfere with the erection of the penis.
Deterioration of chronic health: Diseases of the lungs, liver, kidneys, heart, nerves, arteries or veins can lead to impotence. Similarly abnormalities of the endocrine system, especially diabetes can lead to impotence. Plaque buildup in your arteries (atherosclerosis) can prevent adequate blood from entering your penis. In some men, low levels of testosterone can cause impotence.
Certain medications: Certain medications, such as anti-depressants, antihistamines, and drugs used to treat hypertension, pain, and prostate cancer, can impair impotence by interfering with penile blood flow or nerve stimulation. Tranquilizers and sleeping pills can also cause the same problem.
Drug use: Alcohol, marijuana or other drug abuse can often lead to impotence and reduce sexual desire. Stress, anxiety or depression: These mental conditions in some cases lead to impotence. Smoking: Smoking can cause impotence. Because it reduces blood flow in the veins and arteries. Men who smoke more are more likely to become impotent.
Obesity: Men who are overweight suffer more from impotence than men of normal weight. Metabolic Syndrome: These syndromes include abdominal fat accumulation, unhealthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels, high blood pressure and insulin resistance. Bicycling for a long time: Bicycling for a long time puts pressure on the nerves from the seat of the bicycle and also puts pressure on the blood circulation of the penis. The result is temporary impotence and numbness in the penis.
When to seek medical attention? If impotence is more than a temporary or short-term problem, you must seek medical attention. The doctor will diagnose the exact cause of your impotence and provide you with the appropriate treatment. Although impotence can seem like a very personal or embarrassing problem to you. But it is very important to treat it.
Diagnosis and Diagnosis: Your doctor may ask you when and where your symptoms have occurred. What medications have you taken and whether you have any other physical problems. Your doctor may also talk about your recent physical or emotional changes. If your doctor suspects that you have a physical problem.
Then she can have a blood test to check your male hormone levels. You can also see if you have diabetes. Other important tests include ultrasound to check if the blood flow to your penis is normal.
Neurological Evaluation: In this case, a physical examination is done to see if the nerves in your genitals have been damaged. Dynamic Infusion Cavernosometry and Cavernosography (DICC). Nocturnal tumens test.
Medical system: There are different types of treatment for impotence. These range from medicine to general mechanical devices and psychological counseling. Determining the cause of impotence is very important for proper treatment. It is best if you and your partner talk to a doctor.
Oral medications: Oral medications to treat impotence include Cindenafil (Viagra), Tadalafil (Cialis) and Verdenafil (Levitra). All three drugs work similarly in most cases. Chemically these are known as phosphodiesterase inhibitors. These drugs accelerate the effects of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a chemical substance that relaxes the muscles of the penis. It increases the amount of blood flow which is essential for the erection of the penis. These drugs do not directly cause lingothan.
Note: Eat on the advice of a doctor.
Instead, they develop lingothan after physical and mental stimulation. Lingothane has improved after many men took these drugs. There are many similarities between these drugs. However, there are many differences. Their levels are different, how long to eat is also different. Even the functionality is different. These drugs have some side effects that can be a threat to your health. Again, it is not yet known which drug is most suitable for which man. A comparative survey of these three drugs was not conducted directly.
Not for all men: Although these drugs can help many men. However, not all men can take these to treat impotence. You should not take these drugs if you are taking nitrate drugs for angina such as nitroglycerin, isosorbid mononitrate and isosorbid dinitrate. You take blood thinners (anti coagulants). Take certain alpha blocker drugs for prostate enlargement or hypertension.
Viagra, levitra or cialis are not good for you if you have severe heart disease or heart failure, you have had a stroke, you have low blood pressure, you have uncontrolled blood pressure, you have uncontrolled diabetes. Don’t expect your impotence to heal quickly with these medications. Your doctor will prescribe the right medication and dosage for you. Doses may need to be increased or decreased.
Or you may need an alternative treatment while taking the medicine. Consult your doctor before taking any medication, especially Viagra, Levitra or Cialis. Find out what benefits you may have from these medications and what side effects you may have. Inform your doctor if you currently have any illnesses or if you have had any serious health problems in the past. Let your doctor know if you are taking any medications (including herbs).
Prostaglandin E (Alprostadil): A drug used in two types of treatment. His name is Alprostadil. Alprostadil is a synthetic production of the hormone prostaglandin E. This hormone helps to relax the muscle tissue of the penis. This results in blood flow to the penis for erection. Alprostadil is used in two ways. Needle injection therapy. In this method alprostadil is injected at the base of the penis with a fine needle. The penis usually erupts within 5 to 20 minutes and lasts for about an hour.
Since this injection goes directly into the sponge-like cylinder, which is filled with blood, alprostadil is an effective treatment for many men. And since the needle is very delicate, there is usually no pain at the injection site. Side effects include bleeding from the injection site, prolonged lingothan, and fibrous tissue formation at the injection site. The cost of each injection can be a lot. Combinations of alprostadil and other drugs can cost less and are also very effective. These other drugs include papaverine and phentolamine. Self-administered intraurethral therapy.
In this method a small alprostadil suppository is applied to the head of the penis through a disposable applicator. It is about the size of a grain of rice. After this suppository is placed in the urethra, the erectile tissue of the penis absorbs it. This results in increased blood flow and erection of the penis. Side effects include urinary tract pain, slight bleeding, dizziness, and fibrous tissue formation. Hormone Replacement Therapy In a small number of men who have testosterone deficiency, testosterone is used to treat impotence.
Penis pump: This method uses a hollow tube with a manual or battery powered pump. This tube is placed on the penis, then pumped. This causes blood to flow to the penis. Once enough lingothan occurs, a tension ring is placed at the base of the penis to hold it. You can open the vacuum device. Lingothan lasts a long time. Remove the tension ring after sexual intercourse.
Vascular surgery is usually performed on men who have lost blood flow due to an injury to the penis or lower abdomen. If the blood vessels are blocked and impotence occurs, it can be fixed by surgery. The purpose of this treatment is to remove the obstruction of blood flow to the penis so that the penis can grow normally. However, the long-term success of the operation was not seen.
Penile implants: In this method, a device is placed on both sides of the penis through surgery so that the penis can be erect as desired. It allows you to control yourself. This treatment is expensive. Other methods should be tried before using this method. There is a risk of infection in this method.
Psychological counseling and sex therapy: If your impotence is due to stress, anxiety or depression, you and your partner must go to the doctor. The doctor will explain to you well and give sex therapy to solve the sexual problem. Counseling is very helpful in treating impotence, especially if your partner is involved.
How to prevent impotence: Although most men experience impotence from time to time, you can reduce it by following the advice below. If you have heart disease or diabetes, follow the doctor’s advice. Avoid alcohol. Avoid various drugs such as marijuana. Quit smoking. Exercise regularly. Reduce stress. Get enough sleep. Get rid of anxiety or depression. See a doctor for regular checkups.
Partner Support: Lack of masculinity, whether physical or mental, causes severe stress on the mind of a man and his partner. If you have failed in sexual intercourse, talk to the doctor without breaking down, go to the doctor with your partner if necessary, take the advice of the doctor. Your partner will never mock your failure, his help will help you overcome your failure. If your partner helps you, the results of the treatment are good. The faster you improve.
Alternative Medicine: The treatment of impotence is now dominated by many drugs. There are questions about the safety and effectiveness of these drugs. Whether most drugs are safe and effective has not yet been proven. These treatments and medications include acupuncture, DHEA, ginkgo biloba, L-R genin, and the risks and side effects of these alternative treatments, especially for men who have long-term health problems or who are taking other medications.