Chemical and Psychological Impotence Causes

Although erectile dysfunction usually has a physical cause, thirty percent of impotence cases are of chemical or psychological origins. The cause may be as simple as an adverse reaction to medication. In spite of the long-standing belief that erectile dysfunction is “all in your mind,” only ten to twenty percent of impotence causes are psychological.

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Diagnosing Sexual Dysfunction

Sexual dysfunction and difficulty maintaining an erection require a doctor’s diagnosis before treatment can begin. Diagnosis of erectile dysfunction is a complex procedure: root causes may include inadequate testosterone levels, medical conditions, psychological factors or a lowered interest in intercourse. Both the cause and the nature of the sexual dysfunction must be identified. Discussing erectile…

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General Penis Anatomy

Understanding erectile dysfunction requires a basic knowledge of penis anatomy and the complex process of creating and sustaining an erection. An erection doesn’t just happen: it requires nerve impulses, muscles, and blood vessels to all work together.

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Preventing Prostate Problems

Prostate problems may be preventable: a number of preventive measures are being investigated through clinical trials. New medication, vitamin supplements, and even the food we eat may help reduce the risk of cancer and other prostate problems. Dietary Suggestions, Lycopene and Antioxidants Prostate cancer has been linked to both obesity and consumption of fatty foods.…

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Information on Thrush: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Thrush, also known as candidiasis, is a yeast infection that occurs most commonly in the mouth. It is caused by a fungus called Candida albicans (“candida”) that occurs naturally in the intestines, vagina and even the skin. The bacteria that reside in the body’s moist environments usually keep candida under control.

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