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Erectile Dysfunction: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Overview

Erectile dysfunction (ED), which is sometimes referred to as impotence, is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection. There are three types of erectile dysfunction: primary, secondary, and situational. Primary erectile dysfunction occurs when a male has never been able to obtain an erection during sexual activity; in other words, his struggle with ED has been a lifelong experience. Secondary erectile dysfunction is more common and occurs when a male has had the ability to obtain an erection and engage in sexual activity in the past but no longer can. Situational erectile dysfunction occurs when a male experiences erectile problems only on certain occasions (e.g., when he is engaging in sex with a new partner and experiences “performance anxiety”). Having erectile difficulties can be a very troublesome and frustrating experience for many males¾it is important to know that erectile dysfunction is very common and very treatable.

Causes and Symptoms

There are many factors that can interfere with a male's ability to obtain or maintain an erection. The most common factor is age. Males between the ages of 55 and 59 are over 14% more likely to have erectile problems than males 18-24 years old. This does not mean that every man over the age of 55 experiences erectile disorders¾in fact, some older males maintain erectile function well into their eighties. With increasing age comes potentially increased physiological and psychological problems, which can be related to erectile difficulties.

One common cause of erectile problems is poor blood circulation in the body, particularly in the penis. The penis becomes erect when blood flows into the cavernous and spongy tissue that runs the length of the penis. Any of several circulatory problems can limit the speed at which blood can flow into the penis, and increased circulatory problems can create increased erectile problems. People with low blood pressure, blood clots, and/or heart problems are more likely than others to experience erectile difficulties. People who are on cardiac medications (which restrict blood flow) are also at risk. People who use alcohol, nicotine, cocaine, and other drugs that can impair sexual functioning are at risk of erectile problems. Although some drugs¾such as alcohol and cocaine¾can cause erectile problems during use, others create problems after an extended period of use, such as nicotine.

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Or rather he has a "friend" (ahem!) with it:
What is erectile dysfunction about? < elizabeth344 > 07/15 22:41:50
I knew someone who would suddenly lose his erection for no apparent reason.
I saw it happen once and his girlfriend said it happened a few times with her.
I don't understand what causes it.
Would it be some sort of mental process or is it a physical problem?
He is the only person I've ever seen that had it. He is 35, and does not drink or smoke at all. He takes no drugs.
He lost his virginity at the age of 33

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