Most men have problems with erections from time to time. But some men have erectile dysfunction, or ED. If you have ED, you may think that testosterone treatment will help. Testosterone is a male sex hormone. But unless you have other signs and symptoms of low testosterone, you should think twice about the treatment.
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Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction)
I am 25 years old and struggle with erectile dysfunction. I have been to my doctor for tests and am relatively healthy. Once the idea of attempting intercourse produces anxiety rather than excitement, it becomes less and less likely he will successfully produce a reliable erection. Pharmaceutical agents can bypass this cycle, but it can also be extremely important to learn to be less fixated on erectile ability and instead focus on pleasure. Learning it is possible to give and receive enormous pleasure without an erection can be a vital aspect of a return to sexual health.
When men become sexually aroused, hormones, muscles, nerves, and blood vessels all work with one another to create an erection. Nerve signals, sent from the brain to the penis, stimulate muscles to relax. This, in turn, allows blood to flow to the tissue in the penis. Once the blood fills the penis and an erection is achieved, the blood vessels to the penis close off so that the erection is maintained. Following sexual arousal, the blood vessels to the penis open up again, allowing the blood to leave.