Ten common causes of erectile dysfunction, page 1 of 14By Dr. Stan Helmsletter
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Do you have ED (erectile dysfunction, impotence) that just doesn't go away? The persistent ED (erectile dysfunction, impotence) can be a frustrating symptom deal with.
What is erectile dysfunction (ED)?Erectile dysfunction (A.K.A. impotence, A.K.A. ED) is the inability to achieve and sustain a firm erection long enough for sexual intercourse.
What is not ED?ED is is none of the followings: delayed ejaculation, male anorgasmia, premature ejaculation (PE), retarded ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, sexually transmitted disease (STD), sexually transmitted infection (STI), and sperm volume.
What are the causes of ED?The causes of ED can be physical or psychological. And there are ten common causes of ED that many people don't even consider. What are the ten common causes of ED? The ten common causes of ED are as follows:
BicyclingWhat are the ten common causes of ED? Long-term bicycling is one of the ten common causes of ED. While straddling your bike seat, your body takes a hit every time your bike hits a bump on the road. Your prostate, nerves and arteries can become damaged, resulting in a decreased blood flow to the penis; and you can end up with ED. (4)
So, what are the ten common causes of ED (erectile dysfunction, impotence)? Long-term bicycling is one of the ten common causes of ED.
DepressionWhat are the ten common causes of ED (erectile dysfunction, impotence)? Depression is one of the ten common causes of ED. If you don't get any treatment for your depression, you will experience ED, and your depressive symptoms will correlate with your ED. (7)
However, if you do get medical treatment, you will also experience ED, thanks to antidepressants, such as Zoloft, and thanks to the typical medical doctor who prescribes it. Because the usual side-effect of antidepressants is ED.
So, what are the ten common causes of ED? Depression is one of the ten common causes of ED. ...More >>
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