I'm fascinated with sexual relationships and their mysterious ways. I'm not the only one who's trying to make sense of it: the scientific community is at an impasse, or maybe I should say, they're stuck in the gray, unclear as to what modulates erectile dysfunction and difficulty with sexual arousal. Is it physiologically or psychologically triggered? Or, is it both, together? What is it the root cause of sexual malfunction?
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Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction) Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options
Medically reviewed by Drugs. Last updated on May 4, Impotence means that a man's penis doesn't get hard enough to have sexual intercourse. The man cannot get or maintain an erection. The medical term is erectile dysfunction ED. A man with impotence has either a problem getting an erection or difficulty maintaining one. This usually interferes with sexual activity.
7 Possible Reasons Why He Can't Get Hard
Author: Wendy Pramik. We have answers for you about erectile dysfunction, which is the top sexual health problem for men treated by Aaron Friedberg , MD, a primary care doctor with The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center who specializes in internal medicine. Finding the right solution starts with a frank discussion with your doctor, he says. There are psychosocial factors that contribute to ED, such as stresses at work and home, financial issues, deadlines, moving and depression.
He's nervous. In cases like these, it's as simple as taking your time and letting his sex drive kick into high gear. Remind him that his penis is beautiful and special. He's drunk.