Friday, January 20, 2006

Erectile Dysfunction Faq's

What are the physical causes?

Physical causes for erection issues include:

Alcohol intoxication and regular alcohol usage
Recreational drugs
Tobacco use
Excessive physical fatigue
Stroke or heart disease – all circulatory issues
Problems with the prostate or bladder
Low testosterone levels, usually due to endocrine problems
Liver or kidney disease or failure
Spinal-cord injuries
Surgery around or near the genitals
Regular high psychological stress
All of these causes and more have been found to be directly responsible for causing E.D.

How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?

Your doctor is the best way to tell. They can give you a physical exam and ask enough questions about what you are doing that might be causing the issue. Blood and urine samples may be tested for diseases and disorders. Other tests may also be needed. Your doctor will determine which tests are right for you.

A simple test is to ask if you have difficulty gaining or sustaining an erection that is satisfactory for sex more than 75% of the time. If so, you likely have a form of E.D. Less than that, or having intermittent problems means that it is not as likely to be E.D, or that you have a borderline case that is much more easily treated.

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1 Comments:

At 8:18 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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