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Erectile Dysfunction is the inability to achieve a natural erection and is commonly referred to as “impotence”. Men with ED have reduced sexual drive. Most men are uncomfortable talking about Erectile Dysfunction mainly due to the social stigma associated with it. As a result, very few seek medical treatment. This can have long term implications affecting self-esteem, triggering mental stress and also contributing to relationship issues with your partner. There is much misinformation about Erectile Dysfunction that is partially true or not at all.

It is actually more common than thought and affects about 40% of the men at age 40 and 70% by age 70. It is natural for many men to experience ED under minor illness or stress. But a long-term problem may be a reason for seeking help. Therefore, it is advisable to drop any embarrassment in taking medical consultation. The doctor will advise simple laboratory tests such as testosterone levels or HbA1c for Diabetes. It is not a life-threatening condition but merely a symptom of another condition. Let’s clear all the around Erectile Dysfunction:

Does ED Affect Only The Elderly?

ED not just affects the elderly but could occur at any age. Since sexual arousal is a complex process involving the nervous system, muscles, and blood vessels, a lot of chronic conditions such as Hypertension, Diabetes or neurodegenerative disorders could be responsible for the development of ED. However psychological factors contribute the most to the development of ED such as anxiety, depression, and stress.

How can ED be Prevented?

A number of lifestyle modifications can help in preventing ED such as a healthy diet, exercise, adequate sleep, avoiding drinking and refraining from smoking, and drug abuse. It is also essential to reduce stress levels since psychological factors are very strong reasons affecting ED.

Does ED Cause Infertility?

ED does not cause infertility. It just restricts your sexual functions and activities. However, other conditions associated with infertility may prevent you from getting an erection. ED neither affects the sperm count nor the sperm quality. It would only prevent you from ejaculating which can cause obstacles in facilitating pregnancy.

Is ED Curable?

ED is not a serious disease which cannot be cured. Over the counter medications such as Sildenafil popularly known as the little blue pill or Viagra help in relaxing muscles thus improving the blood flow. Alternatively, there may be testosterone administration or the usage of assistive devices such as penile pumps. However, these are temporary solutions and may require repetitive usage. For chronic conditions leading to ED, a more permanent cure for ED may be preferred. Stem Cell Therapy is a groundbreaking avenue for the treatment of ED. It has successfully treated patients with ED and is an option of consideration.

Numerous research conducted have confirmed the favorable implications of stem cells in tissue regeneration, and s have also proven to be extremely effective in the treatment of erectile dysfunction due to these prospects. Regenerative medicine has its own natural approach to revitalizing the blood vessels in the penile region and providing proper blood flow for a firmer erection. Furthermore, stem cells can aid in the regeneration of impaired penile tissues, which can cause erectile dysfunction in patients.

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