1. What is sexual dysfunction in males?

Male sexual dysfunction associated with erectile dysfunction is a common problem affecting men of the age of male reproductive health. The condition is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain an erection for sufficient time.

There are following symptoms of erectile dysfunction:

  • Inconsistent ability to of complete erection
  • Problems related to maintaining an erection throughout sexual activity
  • Complete impotency

Premature ejaculation is another leading sexual health challenges in men all over the world. In this condition, the man ejaculates too quickly or too soon and there is no sufficient time between erection and ejaculation. This is very common in adolescent age and if continues in adult life, results in an unsatisfactory sex life.

There are two main types of premature ejaculation:

  • Primary condition: Wherein man experiences this condition for lifelong
  • Secondary condition: Wherein man experiences the condition for a certain period of his lifetime.

2. What causes sexual dysfunction in males?

There are different physical and psychological factors responsible for causing sexual dysfunction.

Physical factors are as follow:

Aging process: Erectile dysfunction is common in older age but it’s important to get checked if the issue lasts for more than three months.

Hormonal imbalance (deficiency in testosterone or other hormones): A low level of testosterone or hormone deficiency affects sex drive (loss of libido). Another hormone problem is thyroid disorder that may cause impotency.

Damage to nerve resulting in restricted blood flow to the penis: Atherosclerosis or block blood vessels reduce or restrict the blood flow to the penis. The condition is caused by high blood pressure, diabetes, high cholesterol, or smoking habits. The blocked nerves also increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Prostate cancer: During the treatment of prostate cancer the nerves and arteries often get damaged causing erectile dysfunction

Unhealthy lifestyle (smoking, alcohol, etc.): Smoking causes disease of the blood vessels. Excessive alcoholism results in permanent nerve damage significantly affecting sexual response.

Lack of exercise leading to obesity

Side effects of medicines: Some medications may also cause erectile dysfunction. This can include medications taken for high blood pressure, depression, or stomach ulcers. If you experience impotency after starting new medications, consult your doctor who will prescribe different medications for your condition.

Other diseases such as diabetes, urinary tract infection, etc.: Often men with diabetes who have the condition also have other complications, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or heart disease. Parkinson’s disease can damage the nerves involved in erections.

Damage caused by trauma or surgery: Injury to the spinal cord, blood vessels of the penis, surgery of prostate, rectum, etc. causing nerve or artery damage

Let’s understand psychological factors:

Stressful lifestyle: Anxiety, fear, or emotional pressure associated with sexual activity also known as performance anxiety

Depression: Men with premature ejaculation tend to have associated feelings of frustration and stress

Troublesome relationship with partner: Any relationship or communication issues that could be affecting your sex life

Stress-related to recent trauma in your life, etc.

3. How does sexual dysfunction affect men?

Men often feel embarrassed and guilty about the problem and avoid talking to doctors for a solution. This may create a stressful environment between partners and often leads to anxiety, depression, and distress. You can consult a doctor for anxiety treatment in delhi.

Premature ejaculation results in an unsatisfactory sex life and creates issues with sexual relations when it happens repetitively during sexual encounters.

If you are experiencing this condition, seek the best sexual dysfunction treatment in Gurgaon. Timely diagnosis results in successful outcomes for the issue.

4. How is male sexual dysfunction diagnosed?

When you visit your doctor for sexual dysfunction disorder, first doctors will ask you about the following information:

  • Your age,
  • Your medical history
  • Your current health status,
  • Past diseases,
  • Past surgeries related to the pelvic area,
  • What medications you are taking for other health problems,
  • Your lifestyle pattern (weight, smoking, alcohol habits, how stressful you are, etc., how much physical activity you are daily involved in, etc.)

This is followed by a physical examination wherein any abnormality or underlying condition is checked. Your blood pressure, weight, etc. is checked. Additionally, the doctor may conduct a rectal examination for checking underlying causes related to the prostate.

Your doctor may order the following test:

  • Blood test: To check, blood sugar level and hormonal level
  • Urine test: Diabetes, other disorders
  • Ultrasound test: to check blood flow to the penis
  • Nocturnal penile tumescence: an overnight test to check for sleep erection

Psychological problems are analyzed by having an open dialogue with you and your partner.  Your doctor will ask about:

How is your relationship with your partner?

How satisfied your sexual life is? Is there any lack of intimacy or lack of communication between you and your partner?

Are there any stress-related mental health issues?

Have you suffered from any trauma recently causing a lot of stress lately?Based on the analysis, your doctor will offer the most suitable Male sexual dysfunction treatment in Gurgaon.

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