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Erectile Dysfunction May Have Psychological Links But Remains Entirely Treatable

Impotence is a condition that is more common than people think. About 30 million American men suffer from erectile dysfunction and it has been reported that 70% of cases remain undiagnosed with less than 12% have been treated for it.

Besides the physical factors that can hinder a man's ability to have an erection, there are four psychological causes: anxiety, stress, depression and relationship problems. further expands upon the latter by saying bickering couples may have an impact on how one or both partners perform in the bedroom.

However, there is still hope for those who have it. This means opening up and seeing a male fertility doctor for treatments that are both effective and easy. Like with other ailments the sooner ED is diagnosed, the faster the treatment can be administered. Treatments may include counseling, medication, or surgery. Being rid of ED will dramatically and positively affect your life, including sex, personality and overall health. A fulfilling sex life offers a lot of benefits not just in the bedroom but in every other aspect of how a person lives.

For erectile dysfunction treatment and other male infertility treatment options, contact Male Fertility & Sexual Medicine Specialists today.

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