Erection Problems

Many people in the world have significant problems in achieving an erection. In fact if you look at the people who are based in the UK you will find that more than 2 million of the men have difficulty achieving an erection. It is very common for doctors to see people who suffer from erection difficulties on a regular basis. If you suffer from erection difficulties you should definitely see your doctor, as there are many good treatments that can help you.

As mentioned earlier there are many people in the world who suffer from erection difficulties and this can occur for many different reasons. It is important to know what is meant by having an erection difficulty and generally when doctors talk about this what they are referring to is that you are unable to keep an erection for long enough to have sexual intercourse. In many instances erectile dysfunction can occur because of a physical problem. Some of the things that can cause an erectile dysfunction include problems with the hormones in your body, an injury, or an illness. There are also certain medicines that can cause difficulty in getting an erection as a side effect. In some cases emotions can also cause you to be unable to get an erection. Some of the emotions that may cause this degree of difficulty include depression, unhappiness, and stress.

There are many men with erection difficulties who are unable to get an erection at all and for others the problem may come and go. In some cases men may be able to get an erection, however it may not last for a very long time or is not firm enough to have satisfying sexual intercourse. It is very common for men who suffer from this condition to have difficulty in asking for help as they may find suffering from this condition very embarrassing. They should know that there are very good treatments for this condition and also that erection difficulty may be the first sign of a more serious underlying condition such as diabetes or heart disease. Therefore it is important to mention this condition to your doctor so that they can help you and suggest methods of treatment.


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