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Masturbation Erectile Dysfunction

Masturbation Erectile Dysfunction

The masturbation and erectile dysfunction myth

It’s a common belief that masturbating too much can cause erectile dysfunction (ED). ED happens when you can’t get or maintain an erection. This is a myth that’s not based on facts. Masturbation does not directly cause erectile dysfunction in men.

This idea overlooks some of the complexities of masturbation and the physical and mental causes of erectile dysfunction, many of which have nothing to with masturbation or porn.

What the research says

One study looked at the case of a man who believed that his masturbation habits caused him to be unable to get an erection and consummate his marriage, which nearly led to a divorce. He was eventually diagnosed with major depressive disorder. This diagnosis, along with sexual education and marital therapy, allowed the couple to establish a sexual relationship within a few months.

Some research suggests that frequently masturbating to porn can contribute to ED by desensitizing you to certain imagery and physical intimacy. Some neurological effects of porn have been studied. However, no research exists proving that watching porn can cause a physical response that results in ED.

Another study looked at men in couples who underwent behavioral therapy to improve their communication and understanding of each other’s sexual habits. The participants of the study had fewer complaints about ED by the end of it. Though masturbation wasn’t mentioned in the study, it shows that better communication between partners can help with ED.

What actually causes erectile dysfunction in men?

Erectile dysfunction can have various physical and psychological causes. In some cases, it can be caused by both.

Physical causes can include:

  • excessive alcohol or tobacco use
  • high or low blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • obesity
  • diabetes
  • cardiovascular disease
  • conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS) or Parkinson’s disease

Debunking other masturbation myths

Perhaps the most common myth about masturbation is that it’s not normal. But up to 90 percent of men and 80 percent of women claim that they’ve masturbated at some point in their life.

Another common myth is that masturbation can make you go blind or start growing hair on your palms. This is also false. Some evidence even shows that masturbation can have physical benefits.

Does Masturbation Ever Cause ED?

You might have heard this, but it’s a myth. Masturbation is normal and won't cause problems when you have sex with a partner.

Can masturbation help treat ED? Or prevent it? There’s not much evidence that any sexual activity can keep you from getting the condition. But masturbation can play a role in helping with ED that’s caused by stress, anxiety, or another psychological issue. If you’re able to perform sexually, even with masturbation, you may feel more confident that you can get and keep an erection during sex with a partner.

Masturbation With ED Treatment

If you try counseling or sex therapy to treat your ED, your therapist may suggest that you try masturbation or other forms of touching at home on your own or with a partner. Therapy can also teach you other ways to take the stress out of sex, communicate with partners, and find more sexual stimulation.

Other ED treatments, including medications, vacuum erection devices, and penile implants, can help you get a healthy erection for sex with a partner or for masturbation.

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