Causes of impotence or Sexual dysfunction?

Sexual dysfunction is a common clinical disease, and it is not unfamiliar to men. Impotence has a great impact on men’s lives and even hurts self-esteem. This disease must be treated in time. In the process of treating impotence, we must understand the inducements and treat the symptoms. What is the cause of impotence? If you suffer from impotence, how should it be treated? The following will introduce you in detail.

1. Urogenital malformations , congenital curvature of the penis, double penis, small penis, penile-scrotal displacement, retroversion of the bladder, urethral fissure, congenital testicular loss or dysplasia, formation of cavernous fibrosis, varicocele, etc.

2. Urogenital diseases . Chronic inflammation of the urogenital organs secondary to impotence is more common, mainly including orchitis, epididymitis, urethritis, cystitis, prostatitis, prostatitis, etc. Among them, chronic prostatitis causes impotence is the most common .

Urinary tract surgery and certain injuries, such as prostatic hyperplasia, prostatectomy, urethral rupture, penis, testicular injury, etc., can all cause impotence. Impotence is a common symptom in patients with chronic renal failure due to testicular atrophy and decreased testosterone.

3. Mixed causes, mental and psychological factors and organic causes together lead to impotence. In addition, because the treatment of organic impotence is not timely, the patient’s psychological pressure increases, and the fear of intercourse failure makes the treatment of impotence more complicated.

Impotence is also a psychological cause, which is caused by tension, stress, depression, anxiety, and other mental and psychological factors.

The latter is a vascular disease, including any disease that may reduce the blood flow of the penile cavernous arteries, such as atherosclerosis, arterial injury, arterial stenosis, pudendal arterial shunt and abnormal heart function, etc., and can also hinder venous return and closure The mechanism of the penile venous sinus smooth muscle decreases due to penile venous leakage


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