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Most men have occasional erectile problems. However, some people have erectile dysfunction, that is, they have difficulty getting or keeping an erection sufficient to have sex.
If you have erectile dysfunction, you may think that testosterone treatment will help you. Testosterone is a male sex hormone. After age 50, testosterone levels gradually decline in men and erectile dysfunction becomes more common. Unless you have other signs and symptoms of low testosterone, you should think twice before receiving this treatment. Here's why:
Testosterone treatment does not always resolve erectile dysfunction.
Testosterone treatment does not improve erections in men who have normal testosterone levels. In addition, studies have shown that it is not always useful in men who have testosterone deficiency if erectile dysfunction is the only symptom.
Erectile dysfunction is usually linked to other causes.
Erectile dysfunction is usually caused by a decrease in blood flow to the penis or a problem affecting the nerves that cause the erection. These phenomena result from other health problems such as hardening of the arteries, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or diabetes. These diseases help to narrow the blood vessels and reduce the blood supply to the penis or damage the nerves that cause the erection.
Physical causes of erectile dysfunction
In 80% of cases, erectile dysfunction is caused by a physical condition or by aging. Here are the most common physical causes.
Vascular causes (heart disease, coronary heart disease, arteritis, high blood pressure, and atherosclerosis) account for 40% of erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is found in 35 to 75% of people with diabetes.
Neurological diseases such as Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease and stroke can also be the cause of erectile dysfunction.
Surgery related to the treatment of prostate cancer (total prostatectomy), may cause the temporary disappearance of erections.
The consumption of tobacco, alcohol and drugs can also be a cause of erectile dysfunction.
Some medications, especially those for hypertension, excess cholesterol or heart problems, can induce erectile difficulties.
· The cancer
· Cirrhosis of the liver
· Taking antidepressants
The main symptoms
Erectile dysfunction is manifested by:
· An inability to get an erection of the penis
· An inability to maintain erection over time
It is estimated that there is a "problem" when the situation continues for more than three months. Before that, it is still a transient situation, often caused by an external disorder (conflict, concern, etc.).
Other erector drugs (capable of causing an erection) - other oral medications include:
Various surgical techniques, penile implants, vacuum pump, intracavernous injections ... more or less invasive attempts have been made before reaching the modern and effective oral treatment of erectile dysfunction. It is true that the weight of the patients allowed all audacities. This discovery paves the way for a real revolution in the pharmacological treatment of erectile dysfunction.
Before that, it is still a transient situation, often caused by an external disorder (conflict, concern, etc.).