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Erectile dysfunction, which may require the use of a hollow sleeve, can be a complicated problem with a myriad of causes for men/male/guys/him.

Sexual Health | Penis Dysfunction in Men

Erectile dysfunction (ED), or impotence, occurs when a man’s penis cannot sustain a consistent erection which is required for sexual intercourse. The process by which men achieve erection is actually a physically complex process, which means that there could be one among a multitude of reasons a man may not be able to achieve erection without the help of a harness or sleeve. Most commonly, however, something in the sequence of events that leads to an erection goes wrong, which is why the erection fails.

The sequence of events involves more than just a penal process: it also involves spinal and nervous impulses, as well as muscular reactions throughout the body, most specifically with the corpora cavernosa. If there is a breakdown or a damaged part in this sequence of events, it could affect penal tissues, arteries and muscles.

Sometimes, however, erectile dysfunction in guys that otherwise don’t normally go through ED could be the result of anxiety or stress. Many men will occasionally find difficulty getting an erection, but this probably doesn’t usually last long unless there’s an underlying problem. Men who go through ED for a few weeks or more should consult a doctor, who may recommend medication, a harness or strapless hollow sleeve as alternatives.

Some signs that you could be going through ED:

  • Being unable to have an erection through sexual intercourse, but can do so through masturbation.
  • Little libido.
  • Inability or difficulty in getting an erection.

 

There are many possible causes of erectile dysfunction in males. Most commonly, erectile dysfunction is the result of something physical, but it could be caused by an accompanying disease, including:

  • Kidney disease. The hormonal imbalances that often results from kidney disease could also alter how well your body gets an erection.
  • Diabetes.
  • Nerve and brain diseases. Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, stroke and multiple sclerosis are all conditions that could result in ED, as the nervous system’s role is vital to maintaining erection.  
  • Vascular or heart conditions. Diseases that negatively affect blood circulation in the veins and arteries will make it more difficult for blood flow to reach the penal muscles in order to achieve erection.
  • Prostate cancer. Treatment of the cancer (chemotherapy, surgery or radiation) leads to ED more often than the disease itself.
  • Hormonal conditions, including hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, and Cushing’s syndrome.

 

Causes of erectile dysfunction aren’t solely disease-oriented in nature. Some exterior or environmental causes include:

  • Drug use, including smoking, tobacco and drinking alcohol.
  • Surgery near or in the genitalia area, including in the bladder or prostate.
  • An injury to the penal area, as well as the pelvic, bladder, or spinal cord. In some cases, an injury could cause what’s called a venous leak, in which the veins stop blood from flowing out of the penis during an erection.
  • Many prescription drugs could also include erectile dysfunction as a side effect. Go through your prescriptions and check whether erectile dysfunction is cited as a possible side effect, or ask your doctor.
  • Prostate enlargement.

If you think you’re going through erectile dysfunction, contact your local doctor for a diagnosis.

Referenced URLs:

http://www.webmd.com/erectile-dysfunction/guide/physical-causes-erectile-dysfunction
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/5702.php
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/erectile-dysfunction/DS00162/DSECTION=causes

 
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