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Erectile Dysfunction Young Age

erectile dysfunction young age

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Anxiety is the most common cause of erectile dysfunction in young men. This can include nervousness about getting your partner pregnant, losing your erection while putting a condom on, or your sexual performance. ... Depression, anxiety and stress can also cause ED by reducing libido.

What Is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction, also known as ED or impotence, is the inability to attain or maintain an erection of the penis adequate for the sexual satisfaction of both partners. It can be devastating to the self-esteem of a man and of his partner. As many as 30 million American men are afflicted on a continuing basis, and transient episodes affect nearly all adult males. But nearly all men who seek treatment find some measure of relief.

How prevalent is ED?

ED is more prevalent among older men, but it also affects younger men in large numbers. The University of Wisconsin reports an approximate correlation between the percentage of men affected by mild and moderate ED and their decade in life. For example, approximately 50 percent of men in their 50s and 60 percent of men in their 60s have mild ED.

You may feel embarrassed to discuss ED with your healthcare provider. However, having an honest conversation is worth it, as facing the problem head-on can lead to a proper diagnosis and treatment.

Causes of ED

There are several potential physical and psychological causes of ED. In some cases ED can be an early sign of a serious health condition.

Physical causes

Getting and keeping an erection requires healthy circulation. Clogged arteries — a condition known as atherosclerosis — is one possible cause of ED. High blood pressure can also lead to ED.

ED can be a sign of diabetes. This is because high levels of blood glucose can damage blood vessels, including those responsible for supplying blood to the penis during an erection. Obesity is a risk factor for diabetes and hypertension. Overweight young men should take steps to lose excess pounds.

Hormonal disorders, such as low testosterone, may contribute to ED. Another possible hormonal cause of ED is increased production of prolactin, a hormone produced by the pituitary gland. Additionally, an abnormally high or low thyroid hormone level can result in ED. Young men who use steroids to help build muscle mass are also at a higher risk for ED.

Psychological causes

The feelings of sexual excitement that lead to an erection start in the brain. Conditions such as depression and anxiety can interfere with that process. One major sign of depression is withdrawal from things that once brought pleasure, including sexual intercourse.

Stress related to jobs, money, and other life events can contribute to ED. Alcohol and drug abuse are both common causes of ED among young men. Relationship problems and poor communication with a partner can cause sexual dysfunction in both men and women.

Treatment

Treatment for ED varies from person to person. Some men may find that improving their overall health may be enough to help the ED. Other people may require more treatment, such as relationship counseling, before they see any improvements.

If lifestyle and relationship improvements are not sufficient to improve ED, doctors may recommend medications. There are also some natural treatments available that may be considered.

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