Men and Sexual Dysfunctions.
Men’s sexual dysfunctions are related to ejaculation and erection. These dysfunctions can be treated with anti-aging medicine.
(1) Premature ejaculation - This refers to ejaculation that occurs before or soon after penetration. It is the most common form of sexual dysfunction in men, often is due to psychological factors. Certain drugs, including some anti-depressants, may affect ejaculation, as can nerve damage to the spinal cord or back.
(2) Inhibited or retarded ejaculation - This is when ejaculation is slow to occur. A man affected by retarded ejaculation is unable to attain orgasm following a normal level of sexual excitement. The man in question may regularly experience delays in orgasm, or may be unable to attain orgasm altogether.
(3) Retrograde ejaculation - This occurs when, at orgasm, the ejaculate is forced back into the bladder rather than through the urethra and out the end of the penis. It is common in males with diabetes who suffer from diabetic neuropathy (nerve damage). This is due to problems with the nerves in the bladder and the bladder neck that allow the ejaculate to flow backward and into the bladder. In addition, certain medications, particularly those used to treat mood disorders, may cause problems with ejaculation. This generally does not require treatment unless it impairs fertility.
Also known as impotence, or the inability to attain and/or maintain an erection suitable for intercourse. Causes of erectile dysfunction:
• Diseases affecting blood flow, such as atherosclerosis, which is hardening of the arteries.
• Nerve Disorders.
• Injury to the penis.
• Psychological factors, such as stress, depression, and performance anxiety.