Questions about erectile dysfunction (ED) are common, but it is also a difficult subject to bring up, even with a physician. Many men also want to know if some of the information that is floating around the web is true. Here are some answers to common questions about ED.
There have been a number of recent reports stating that Viagra can damage sperm. While it is possible for Viagra to cause sperm damage, actual cases are rare. The vast majority of cases of “infertility” are due to ED. Viagra, and drugs like it, improve your sex life and the chances of pregnancy, though they don’t directly improve your sex drive.
Viagra and other drugs designed to treat ED can safely be taken by individuals with a number of medical conditions including diabetes and cardiovascular disease. ED is actually more common in individuals with an underlying medical condition. Treating the medical condition and taking Viagra at the same time is an effective way to address ED. You will need to check with your doctor before starting any ED treatment to ensure that it will not interfere with any other medication you are taking.
Erectile dysfunction is not a part of normal aging. That said, ED becomes increasingly common with increasing age, a result of the fact that the medical causes of ED become more common with age. Things like high blood pressure, diabetes, and high cholesterol all contribute to the development of ED, particularly in men over the age of 40. A healthy lifestyle, devoid of smoking and with only low to moderate alcohol consumption, can help to ward off the development of ED my promoting healthy blood vessels.
Libido (sex drive) and your ability to get an erection can both be affected by fatigue and lack of fitness. Additional factors that can lead to ED include alcohol and drug use as well as smoking.
Masturbation does not lead to ED unless you injure your penis in the process. That said, excessive masturbation may provoke instances of ED simply by causing fatigue. Normal masturbation will not cause ED.
Tight clothing cannot cause ED. Tight clothing can, however, lead to infertility by reducing sperm count.
Unfortunately, ED can be a result of loss of attraction. It is important not to jump to conclusions, however, as there may be other causes of ED that have affected self-esteem, libido, and your attraction to your partner. Before concluding that loss of attraction is the cause of your ED, it is important to consult with a physician to explore the possibility of underlying causes.
Even a good bike seat, when used excessively, can lead to ED. Both the nerves and blood vessels that are responsible for an erection run through the area of your body that experiences the most pressure from a bicycle seat. Prolonged compression of these structures can lead to ED. Be sure to use a good saddle and to take frequent breaks to reduce the risk of damaging the nerves and blood vessels in your pelvic region.
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