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Common Myths About Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is generally recognized as an inability to maintain an erection throughout intercourse. It is often misunderstood and mischaracterized, and here are some of the biggest myths about ED.

ED Is Always the Same

Erectile dysfunction isn't just one particular problem as it relates to the penis. Some men with ED don't have a problem achieving an erection, however they cannot maintain it for the duration of sex. It's also possible to not have an erection hard enough to successfully penetrate during intercourse. Other men might not be able to achieve an erection at all. The point is, although sufferers of ED might experience similar symptoms, everyone's case is different. 

Erectile Dysfunction Means Something is Wrong With the Penis

Often times, ED is the result of a mental condition, a biological condition, or some combination of the two. Just because a lack of an erection is occurring doesn't necessarily mean that the penis is to blame. At the same time, it is possible for ED to be completely unrelated to the mental state. It could be the sole result of blood vessels in the penis not allowing enough blood to flow through. It could be a deeper condition such as high cholesterol or high blood pressure. There are different treatments for different cases of ED.

ED Is a Normal Part of Aging

Although a reduction in testosterone is part of the normal aging process for males, this may or may not be the underlying cause for ED. In fact, ED is not limited to older men at all. It's true that rates of ED are higher among older men because of a greater variety of preexisting medical conditions, but younger men can suffer from erectile dysfunction as well. This stems back to the fact ED can be the result of a number of different problems that are occurring within the body. Although intercourse might be more physically demanding, there is no reason that it can't be a part of life at any age.

The Link Between Sleep and Low T

Feeling less interested in sex? Well, you might want to sleep on it — literally. Sleep deprivation may be the reason behind your lack of sexual energy. In fact, studies show a link between lack of sleep and low testosterone. In this post,...

How to Talk to Your Partner About PE

People with health complications often feel isolated and cut off from support. Talking to a medical professional can be embarrassing, even though they have been trained to empathetically have those conversations. Even more isolating is the trouble...

4 Ways to Support Your Partner Who has ED Symptoms

Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is common. As many as 30 million men in the US alone suffer from some form of ED. A recent study found that 1 in 4 new cases of ED occurs in men younger than 40. As common as this issue is, people often have...

What You Need to Know About Andropause

Many health-related concerns impact men disproportionately or uniquely. However, there are some misconceptions about one condition known as Andropause. Let's separate fact from fiction about this condition and then go over what you should know...

Symptoms of Adrenal Fatigue

Are you constantly feeling run down? Are you tired even after you sleep through the night? When you have asked doctors what the issue is, you may not have gotten a single answer. According to our team at Preferred Men's Medical Group's...

7 Factors That Can Affect Erections

An erection is a complex process that includes hormones, nerves, and your psychological and physical health. An imbalance anywhere could lead to erectile problems, including Erectile Dysfunction (ED). Below is a list of factors we at Preferred...

What Is the Cause of Premature Ejaculation?

Premature ejaculation is uncontrolled ejaculation before and after sexual penetration. However, that might happen even when masturbating. To most men, that can be very frustrating and embarrassing, especially if they have life partners. But you...

Adrenal Fatigue Explained

  Adrenal fatigue is a phenomenon wherein the adrenal glands begin to function at subpar levels. These glands are responsible for producing more than 50 essential hormones within the body such as adrenaline, aldosterone and cortisol. When...

Erectile Dysfunction and Diabetes: What You Should Know

Men who suffer from diabetes also have erectile dysfunction in 35% to 75% of cases. If you have diabetes and are concerned about erectile dysfunction (ED) there are several options available for you to discuss with your doctor. If you have diabetes...

Medications That Can Cause Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction is a side effect of a number of prescription drugs. This could perhaps explain why it is common in older men as they are bound to be on some form of medication. Recreational drugs could also cause erectile...

3 Facts About ED

Age Doesn't Matter Erectile dysfunction is not an old man's condition, in that it is not what should be expected in men as they grow older. It is a condition that older experience more than do younger men, but it is not symptomatic...

What Causes Erectile Dysfunction?

If a man regularly finds it difficult to getting or maintaining an erection, he may have erectile dysfunction. ED tends to rise with age, the older the man gets the more prone he is not being able to get or keep an erection. However, many wonder...

Which Activities Lower Testosterone?

Lower levels of testosterone (Low-T) can affect your daily mood and health, and many factors leading to Low-T lie in everyday habits and activities. So what activities or actions are you doing throughout your day that may be causing your...

5 Misconceptions About Erectile Dysfunction

Impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction, is a common health concern affecting men. Most men rarely talk about it for fear of stigmatization or seen as weak. Majority of them suffer in silence. Impotence affects intimacy among spouses which may...

How Couples Can Talk About Erectile Dysfunction

Did you know that about half of men between ages 40 and 70 suffer from erection issues’; additionally, more than 23 million men of different ages have been prescribed Viagra (sildenafil) due to reports of erectile dysfunction (ED). Erectile...

Is Premature Ejaculation Permanent?

“Is premature ejaculation permanent?” This is a question we hear a lot. Premature ejaculation is ejaculation that cannot be controlled either before or shortly after sexual intercourse. Many cases of premature ejaculation have no clear...

5 Side Effects Of Low Testosterone

Testosterone is a naturally occurring hormone in all humans. Generally speaking, males have much more testosterone than females. They begin producing testosterone at a much higher rate once they hit puberty, then eventually begin to produce less...
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