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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Erectile Dysfunction: Causes And Treatments

By Natalie Bonanski


Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED, is a disease in which males are unable to achieve or maintain an erection. In a few cases, ED is caused by purely psychological factors. In these situations, of course, drug treatment will likely not be the choice for patients. However, the cases of ED that are rooted in psychological maladies alone are few and far between. The most common cause of erectile dysfunction is physical in nature, and thus the treatments are generally drug based. In addition, when the cause is physical, there is normally a problem with blood, nerves, or hormones. Because hundreds of diseases affect these three systems, the starting point for a standard case of ED can be almost anywhere in the body.

The good news is that there are a number of effective treatments for ED, the most common being the drug Viagra. The use of Viagra is growing, and has reached a level of social acceptance that perhaps no other drug has, at least for a sexual malfunction. In fact, Viagra's widespread use has turned what was once a taboo subject into a commonly discussed topic. ED has come out of the closet, so to speak.

Sometimes, diabetes hurts the nerves and arteries, immediately causing problems with a man's sexual functioning. Experts tell us that anywhere between one-quarter and three-quarters of men who have diabetes also suffer from ED. If you have nerve function problems that are the result of kidney disease, then ED is likely going to rear its ugly head. Kidney disease is pernicious because it alters hormonal levels in men, thus affecting blood circulation and myriad other anatomical systems, not the least of which is sexual. About half of all men who have kidney disease also have ED, or at the very least an overall decreased sex drive.

Neurological and vascular diseases also play a part in ED. Men who have had strokes or who suffer with Alzheimer's disease usually need some form of treatment for ED as well. Of course, Parkinson's disease and several types of spinal damage are also in this category. In addition, any disease that affects the blood vessels is a sure bet to bring problems related to ED. Statistically, vascular diseases are the largest culprit in ED, accounting for almost three-quarters of cases. When looked at logically, it is easy to understand why this is so. Most of the diseases that cut off blood flow to the heart and brain also cut it off to the penis. Whenever blood flow to the penis is cut off, ED becomes a problem.

Looking on the positive side, one must remember that erectile dysfunction is usually caused by physical disorders. As a result, drug treatment is highly effective in almost all cases. Therefore, if you suffer from ED, you can look to a number of pharmaceutical treatments, the most promising of which is Viagra. The drug's long and successful history speaks volumes about its ability to bring relief to the problem of ED. Whatever your situation, if you suffer from ED, the best thing you can do for yourself is to get checked out as soon as possible by a competent physician. There is no need for guesswork when your health is at stake. ED is a serious challenge, and therefore needs to be treated promptly.




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