The Penis Can Not Erect When Many Thoughts?
I want to ask, from yesterday I felt loss of sexual desire, even though it was tried. Like I was really, I didn’t want or think about anything about sex. because from yesterday I was thinking about something continuously or quite stressed out. I have never experienced anything like this. Is the impotent I experienced due to my psychology? or the game?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Impotence, or also called erectile dysfunction (ED) is a condition in which the male genitals or penis cannot be erect, or can be erect but it is difficult to survive in the condition to have proper sexual relations.
This condition occurs due to various factors, such as due to hormonal abnormalities, smoking, psychological disorders such as anxiety, blood vessel abnormalities and injury to the penis, but before worrying too much about it, you mentioned that you lost sexual desire. This is different from impotence, where the impotence of a person has sexual arousal, but when it comes time he must have an erection or maintain an erection, he fails so that sexual intercourse does not occur as it should.
For example are two people who are not walking, where one actually wants to walk but his legs are paralyzed, while the other does not walk just because he does not want to or does not have certain needs that make him have to walk. If a person has no sexual desire, does not want and does not think about anything about sex, it is natural that his penis is not erect.
Therefore, we think you need to consult a psychologist or psychiatrist, to assess, whether the loss of sexual arousal that you experience is indeed caused by a certain disorder, or just a stage of boredom about sexual relations or the like. Things like this can not be ascertained without the exploration of in-depth history by experts. If after you have discovered the cause and you have more sexual desire, but your penis is still unable to erect, then chances are you are experiencing impotence, and from there then determine the next treatment.
In the meantime, try to measure the priority scale to help deal with your stress. If there really is something that is truly important, it's okay not to think about sex first. If your partner insists, give him understanding and establish good communication. In addition, keep living a good lifestyle by avoiding cigarette smoke, regular exercise and adequate rest. So, hopefully answering your question.