Male sexual dysfunction treatment

Every man wants to feel sexually adequate and when they are unable to perform to their standards they may start to panic or feel insecure in the bedroom. What many men do not realize is that this is extremely common and happens to many other men as well. There are many factors that can contribute to sexual dysfunction in men and it is important to know exactly what is causing your symptoms.

Sexual dysfunction can describe many different types of problems a man may experience. Lack of sexual desire, impotence, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation and anorgasmia are all different forms of sexual dysfunction. Before your sexual dysfunction can be treated you need to be able to describe your symptoms to your doctor without feeling insecure or embarrassed. Unfortunately many men do not tell their doctor what is going on and therefore do not get medical help for their condition.

Some men may have a hormonal issue or a physical problem that is prohibiting them from functioning they way they would like, however a lot of sexual dysfunction problems may stem from a psychological block, whether the person is aware of it or not. Both aspects need to be evaluated before a treatment method can be prescribed. Although you hear about a lot of medications that magically help a man get his sexual performance restored it is not always that cut and dry. Physical and mental evaluations will need to be done to determine the source of the problem.

Once the source of the sexual dysfunction has been determined there are a few methods of treatment that may be started. If the sexual dysfunction is coming from a mental or emotional aspect then therapy may be needed to work through some of the problems that may be trickling down into the sexual performance area of a man’s life. If a man has a hormonal imbalance he may need to be treated with extra testosterone supplements. For men that have a structural condition that is preventing him from functioning properly, this may be remedied through a surgical procedure. For men that suffer from premature ejaculation, there are certain types of anti-depressant medications that may actually help delay the onset of ejaculation.

There may be other causes of sexual dysfunction that one may not be aware of. If you are taking certain medications for other health conditions, sexual side effects may be common. If you know that you are taking a medication that is causing these symptoms then talk to your doctor about the possibility of switching to a different medication. Also men who have started a new hobby that is physically draining or taxing may notice a difference in their sexual performance. Men who enjoy biking as a sport may notice more problems due to temporary nerve damage to the male organs. Increased sensitivity and decreased sensitivity are both common after certain physical activities have been performed. Exhaustion, stress, poor diet, lack of sleep and anxiety are all other reasons a man may lose his libido or have problems concentrating on sexual intercourse. Sometimes taking some time to de-stress and relax can help as well. Eating a healthy diet and exercising regularly can help keep you energized and feeling on top of your game. If you are a smoker or a drinker, you should consider giving up those bad habits for a healthier lifestyle. Both cigarettes and alcohol can severely limit your ability to perform in the bedroom.

In order to remedy your sexual dysfunction it is important you discuss your symptoms with your doctor. He or she may be able to give you some great advice on dealing with the problem or prescribe you some medications that can help you. Remember this effects many men around the world so do not feel like you are the only one.

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