2. This is an expected occurrence of the process of aging:
3. I’m the only person with this issue. Nobody else I know has it:
Impotence in men is a widespread issue. In the USA alone the incidence ranges from 20 to 46% of men who are 40-69, and 26 new cases for every 1,000 men aged 40-69 were reported in 2000. It is important to know that you aren’t in isolation and getting to know the experiences of others can help you deal with the issue better.
4. Its result of tight, tight-fitting underwear:
5. Impotence is all I have in my head:
Male impotence is the most common cause of concern. Are caused by physical factors. About 10-20% of cases are due to psychological reasons. Thus, a visit to your doctor is necessary to identify the root cause of the issue. Impotence could be an indicator of an underlying medical issue, such as heart disease. 70% of those who experienced a heart disease (heart issue) revealed that they had been experiencing issues with erections for an average of four years before the incident. The reason for this is the impotence is a sign of a problem, such as obstruction of the tiny blood vessels within the body. If untreated, this blockage can transfer onto larger blood vessels, such as those found in the heart.
6. Impotence is the problem of men. It’s not necessary to tell my partner about it:
7. Nobody talks about it:
8. Viagra is a great help in all cases:
While Viagra and other impotence medications (namely Cialis and Levitra) perform well in most instances but they don’t work in all situations. The effectiveness of these pills ranges between 70-85 percent. Because they expand the blood vessels in the penis area, these pills are not effective in cases where the blood vessels are severe which causes them to become too rigid to expand.