If you have questions after reading our About Erectile Dysfunction page, check out the FAQ below.
The most recent findings by the National Institutes of Health say no. ED is not a natural part of aging. Erectile dysfunction is more likely a sign of other health issues that arise with age such as diabetes, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure. If you believe you may be experiencing ED, it is essential to be open and honest with your doctor, as it may help identify another chronic health problem.
In reality, you probably can't do many things the way you could when you were 20. Our bodies age and there is no way to reverse the aging process and its effects. With the right ED treatment though, you can reclaim some of your youthful vigor.
Erectile dysfunction and health issues across the board are showing up earlier in men’s lives than they have before. Poor diet, lack of exercise, smoking, and drinking are resulting in high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, and even ED, sooner and earlier.
Yes. Possible psychological causes of ED are anxiety, depression, tension, guilt, stress, and fear of failure to perform sexually. Good stress management can help you manage the frequency in which you experience ED.
As with any medical symptom, you should talk with your doctor. After a proper examination you should be able to determine the possible causes of your ED and a treatment plan. Keep your mind open about ED treatment options.
You should also talk with your partner about the situation. Knowing how to talk about ED and having open communication with a loved one will alleviate a lot of stress that can further compound your ED.
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