The Solution To Overcome Impotence?
I just married a wife for 1 month only when I was before having sex my orgasm was high but when having sex with my orgasm wife went down but sometimes I can still orgasm between me and my wife depending on the situation and conditions and sometimes it is also difficult to orgasm especially the wife.
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Impotence (impotence / erectile dysfunction) is an ongoing inability, for at least 3 months, to achieve and maintain penile erections with sufficient rigidity for satisfying sexual activity. The prevalence of erectile dysfunction globally ranges from 2% in men aged <40 years to 86% in men aged> = 80 years. Risk factors include obesity, old age, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, physical inactivity, smoking habits, and psychological related disorders (for example: fear, anxiety, depression, and fatigue). Meanwhile, there are several possibilities that cause erectile dysfunction, including:
Vascular related disorders (heart and blood vessel disease [hypertension, coronary heart disease], diabetes mellitus, high blood lipid levels, smoking habits)
Nerve related disorders (spinal cord trauma, stroke, central nervous system tumors, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, polyneuropathy)
Anatomical disorders (small / micro penis, hypospadi, epispadi, phimosis)
Hormonal disorders (excess or deficiency of thyroid hormone, excess or deficiency of the hormone cortisol)
Drug / drug side effects (antihypertensive drugs, antidepressants, antipsychotics, alcohol, heroin, cocaine, cannabis, etc.)
Psychogenic disorders (stress, anxiety, partner related factors, excitatory disorders)
Trauma (hip fracture, penile fracture)
Related to complaints made, have you ever been said to have certain diseases, such as diabetes mellitus? Are you taking certain drugs that have the potential to affect your sexual activity abilities? It is recommended that you see a doctor or urologist so that proper evaluation and treatment is needed. The doctor will assess the symptoms experienced, medical history, psychological conditions, and evaluate the history of drug use or certain habits, for example: alcohol consumption or smoking habits. If there are indications, your doctor may recommend additional tests such as blood or urine checks.
As a recommendation, you are advised to maintain a normal weight, exercise regularly, eat a balanced nutritious diet, and avoid smoking or drinking alcohol. To enrich insights, you can read articles about impotence. Copied information from us. May be useful.