Erectile Dysfunction (Erectile Dysfunction)

Sexuality is one of the most important elements of our life. Important but not told, hidden, not shared, unlearned and mislearned. It is as if the person who is embarrassed when there is an unusual situation is in his own hands.

We have exaggerated so much that we have defined the subject as power dominating everything and falling out of power all of a sudden.

In fact, it is so simple that the subject is blue-orange-purple governments. You take a tiny pill, then you become a ruler.

Joking aside, the subject is really important. For centuries, studies have been done on the subject, various herbs have been tried, and some of them have been really successful.

What is erectile dysfunction in a nutshell? How is the diagnosis of erection problems of organic origin made? What is done in the treatment? Let’s briefly summarize them.

What is erectile dysfunction?

The word “impotence” has not been used in the scientific environment since 1992, because the male’s loss of sexual “power” indicates a complex bilateral relationship problem that may be due to different reasons, such as not only his erectile dysfunction, but also his inability to satisfy his partner as a result of premature ejaculation, or his loss of desire due to a stressful life. doing. Therefore, it would be more accurate to define this condition, which can be defined as “permanent inability to achieve and maintain an erection sufficient to allow satisfactory sexual performance”, as “erectile dysfunction” or “erectile dysfunction”.

The causes of erectile dysfunction can be neurogenic, hormonal, vascular, previous operations or psychogenic. Some systemic diseases can cause diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, organic origin impotence. Particularly obesity causes organic origin impotence by affecting other systemic diseases and hormone profile. Any systemic disease affecting our cardiovascular system also affects the penile vascular structure.

According to studies conducted in our country, it has been determined that at least 1/3 of men over the age of 40 have mild, moderate or severe erectile dysfunction.

Diagnosis of the disease begins with the patient’s visit to the urologist and listening to the patient’s complaints carefully, an experienced urologist can predict the cause of the disease at the very beginning during a detailed conversation with the patient. Systemic diseases can be diagnosed with a detailed examination, biochemical and hormonal evaluation. Penile evaluation during sleep gives detailed information about the vascular structure. Radiological evaluation can reveal the causes of vascular and penile anatomical structure.

Evaluation of the vascular structure is made by color Doppler ultrasonography.

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