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Symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction
At some point in a man’s life, he will struggle to have or keep an erection for sexual activity. This can be caused by a variety of factors and in some cases does not even require any treatment. To determine whether or not an ED treatment is needed, look at the below qualifications and symptoms of ED.
The only real symptom of ED is being unable to have or keep an erection for sexual activity. However, ED can manifest itself in a few ways. ED can:
Appear only occasionally: In this case, ED is not really serious. Most men will experience this type of ED at some point in their lives.
Develop gradually and become more persistent: This is most likely the result of a physical problem and can develop into chronic impotence if not treated.
Develop abruptly: This is most likely the result of a psychological disorder, sometimes with an underlying physical issue. Most men still can have early-morning erections, and can have an erection during masturbation.
When to Call the Doctor
In some cases, no treatment options are needed to get rid of ED. Sometimes, ED will just go away on its’ own. However, consult a medical professional if:
Relationship Challenges: Erectile dysfunction is ruining a relationship or if it is linked with depression/anxiety. A doctor may be able to provide a short dose of medication to help get you through the rough patch. At the worst, he or she can help you and your partner understand its’ ED and clear up any misinformation.
Extended Periods of ED: Erectile dysfunction persists over a long period of time. Erectile dysfunction is not only a medical problem – it is a symptom of other medical problems. Therefore if you ignore the issue, you could be missing an underlying medical issue that could be very serious. Examples of common medical issues include a coronary artery disease and chronic inflammation in the arteries.
Painful Erection: You experience pain in the penis when having an erection. This is a condition called Peyronie’s disease and it should be treated as soon as possible. Otherwise, permanent damage can occur to the penis.
The good news is that ED can be treated and corrected using a variety of treatments. Medical experts stress that men should not feel ashamed of ED – most men will experience it at some point. Men suffering from ED should consult their doctors or look for natural treatment options to enjoy a normal, happy sex life.