Straight, No Chaser: Erectile Dysfunction, Part Two – Causes
In my last post on erectile dysfunction (ED), I gave a simplistic way to understand and address it. However, the truth of the matter is the overwhelming majority of cases of ED are not related to stress or other psychological issues. First, some sense of ‘reasonable’, expected performance should be established, especially as one ages (as discussed here). Beyond that, you should know that approximately 90% of ED cases involve an underlying medical concern, including, but not limited to, the following:
High blood pressure
Changes/disease to your blood vessels
Alcohol and Drug abuse
Obesity and High cholesterol
Effects of your medications
Therefore, today’s message is simple and brief, but I’d suggest it’s probably more important than you have previously thought. You should consult your physician if and when you or your partner’s sexual performance becomes an issue. You may actually discover something that will not only save his performance, but his life.
Finally, in the next post we will review the wide variety of treatment options for ED.
Feel free to ask your SMA expert consultant any questions you may have on this topic.
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