Erectile dysfunction (Impotence)
- Symptoms of Erectile dysfunction (Impotence)
- Reasons of Erectile dysfunction (Impotence)
- Treatment of Erectile dysfunction (Impotence)
The Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is defined as steady (more than 6 months) inability to reach and support a sufficient erection. Thus, ED is high-quality frustration which includes the physical and psychological states of health and absolutely precisely influences quality of life of married couple. The last epidemiological researches showed high prevalence of ED. The program of studying of age pathology of men in Massachusetts showed that the general frequency of the minimum averages and the expressed ED forms makes 52% in population of 40-70-year-old men in the region of Boston. In this protocol of studying the average and severe form of ED made 17,2 and 25,2%, and minimum - 9,6%. The same project showed that prevalence of ED makes 26 new cases on 1000 men.
Symptoms of Erectile dysfunction (Impotence):
Symptoms of erectile dysfunction:
1. The difficulties in achievement or maintenance of an erection which are arising at least every fourth time in attempt of the sexual intercourses, or occurring within more than one month;
2. Achievement of an erection demands more time, than usually or becomes more difficult in certain positions;
3. The erection becomes weaker or less firm;
4. Support of an erection is reached by conscious effort;
5. Morning erections become less frequent or less firm;
6. The ejaculation becomes more bystry or with an incomplete erection.
Reasons of Erectile dysfunction (Impotence):
Many consider that with age erectile dysfunction is inevitable. Though the number of men with erectile dysfunction also increases with age, there is a probability that ED develops as a result of any diseases or drug intake, at these diseases. Erectile dysfunction very seldom is purely psychological problem. Researches showed that at 80% of men erectile dysfunction is a consequence of any physical state. Here enter: chronic diseases, a diabetes mellitus, the increased arterial pressure, high level of cholesterol in blood, atherosclerosis of vessels often are followed by erectile dysfunction. Diseases of kidneys, a liver, a thyroid gland, also lead hormonal disturbances to erectile dysfunction.
The men having a depression also often report about existence at them to erectile dysfunction.
Treatment of Erectile dysfunction (Impotence):
* PDE5 inhibitors: Viagra, Dinamiko, Sialis, Levitra;
* entering of positive changes into a way of life (for example, to leave off smoking and to be engaged more in physical exercises);
* injections in an urethra;
* injections in a cavernous body of a penis;
* vacuum devices for a penis;
* prostheses for a penis;