Erectile dysfunctions (ED) are defined as the persistent
inability to attain or maintain penile erection sufficient
for sexual intercourse. The 1992 National Institutes of
Health Consensus Development Conference recommends use of
the term "erectile dysfunctions" rather than "impotence,"
because it more accurately defines the problem and has fewer
disparaging connotations. An estimated 10 to 20 million
American men have some degree of erectile dysfunctions.
Increased understanding of the male erectile process and the
development of several agents to improve erectile function
have generated great public interest among men and their
sexual partners. These advances are expanding the treatment
options available to primary care physicians in the
management of erectile dysfunctions.
Define the causes of erectile dysfunction?
Causes The penis contains two cylindrical, sponge-like structures
that run along its length, parallel to the tube that carries semen
and urine (urethra). When a man becomes sexually aroused, nerve
impulses cause the blood flow to the cylinders to increase about
seven times the normal amount. This sudden influx of blood expands
the sponge-like structures and produces an erection by straightening
and stiffening the penis. Continued sexual arousal or excitation
maintains the higher rate of blood flow, keeping the erection firm.
After ejaculation, or when the sexual excitation passes, the excess
blood drains out of the spongy tissue, and the penis returns to its
non erect size and shape.
Specific steps take place to produce and sustain an
The first step is sexual arousal, which men obtain from the
senses of sight, touch, hearing and smell, and from
Nervous system response
The brain communicates the sexual excitation to the body's
nervous system, which activates increased blood flow to the
Blood vessel response
A relaxing action occurs in the blood vessels that supply
the penis, allowing more blood to flow into the shafts that
produce the erection.
If something affects any of these factors or the delicate
balance among them, erectile dysfunction can result.
Nonphysical causes may account for impotence. They may
The most common nonphysical causes are stress, anxiety and
fatigue. Impotence is also an occasional side effect of
psychological problems such as depression.
Feelings that you express toward your sexual partner or
that are expressed by your sexual partner such as
resentment, hostility or lack of interest also can be a
factor in erectile dysfunction.
Physical causes account for many cases of erectile
dysfunction and may include:
Nerve damage from longstanding diabetes (diabetic
Cardiovascular disorders affecting the blood supply to the
Certain prescription medications
Operations for cancer of the prostate
Fractures that injure the spinal cord
Alcoholism and other forms of drug abuse
In fact, erectile dysfunction may be one of the first signs
of an underlying medical problem.
The physical and nonphysical causes of erectile dysfunction
commonly interact. For instance, a minor physical problem
that slows sexual response may cause anxiety about attaining
an erection. Then the anxiety can worsen your erectile
How can erectile dysfunction be detected?
There are certain symptoms that can help us to judge that
weather a person is suffering from erectile dysfunction or
Loss of sexual desire
Shortening of penis length and girth
Loss of self confidence
Weakness in body
How can erectile dysfunction be diagnosed?
The amount dysfunction may vary from an individual to an
individual. More over the time factor may also be a
consolidation factor. Erectile dysfunction may last from few
days to months and years. There are three main diagnosing
techniques that are applied for diagnosing the impotence or
This is the most primary diagnostic method that is also
the preference. In this few methods are judged like the
sensitivity of the penis to the sexual arousal or examining
the factor that may be caused by any injury to penis or
History of patient
It is also a very important factor to determine the extent
of ED (erectile dysfunction). In this the past sexual
behavior and other physical as well as well as medical
history is considered. It has been seen that people might
suffer from erectile dysfunction due to some chronic
ailments like diabetes etc.
This is also an important factor that is to be considered
while diagnosing the erectile dysfunction. In this the
psyche of a person is judged and a relation is being
established between is ailments and mental sate of mind.
Are there any prevention erectile
Avoid unhealthy life style
Do not eat junk food
Prevent daily sexual indulgence
Avoid over usage medicines
Avoid wearing tight underpants and under wears
What diet is recommended for person suffering
from erectile dysfunction?
Dairy products are recommended but should be taken in limits
Reduce salt content in your diet
Avoid eating junk food
Eat fruits and vegetables
Avoid eating non-vegetarian food at night
Avoid fatty diet.
Is there any treatment for erectile dysfunction?
Yes, as per herbal treatment two types of treatments are
undertaken. One is psycho therapy and other is the
medication. Depending upon the cause of erectile
dysfunction, the treatment path of the patient is planned
and then it is applied on the patient.
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