Choice Men's Health Explains What Is Impotence in New Blog Post

December 13, 2021
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Choice Men's Health, a clinic focused on men's health in Atlanta, GA, has recently released a blog post that explains what is impotence. The article explains that impotence is a condition when a man cannot achieve or maintain an erection for sexual intercourse. Furthermore, impotence doesn't usually affect a man's sex drive, and it is not similar to premature ejaculation, which is a sexual dysfunction where a man achieves orgasm too fast during intercourse. The article at https://www.choicemenshealth.com/what-is-impotence/ goes on to explain the possible causes of impotence, its symptoms, how it is diagnosed, and how it can be treated.

The article explains that erectile dysfunction and impotence are the same, and the terms are interchangeable. They indicate that a man is unable to achieve an erection or sustain it long enough to be able to have sexual intercourse. But whatever it is called, it is a condition that affects a significant number of men, and it is capable of taking out all the joy in a relationship. The effects of impotence or erectile dysfunction are wide-ranging, including infertility and depression.

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Choice Men's Health says, "Fortunately, there are many treatment options available that can help men have a great sex life again. Most men's health clinics are experienced in helping men overcome impotence. The medical professionals at Choice Men's Health can discern what's causing your erectile dysfunction or impotence. You could be experiencing it for various reasons, from an underlying health condition, low testosterone levels, a psychological condition, or something else. Then they will design a treatment method that's right for you."

Impotence or erectile dysfunction usually occurs when the blood flow to the penis is limited, and this has physical and psychological causes. In other words, there is not enough blood getting to the penis, which may be caused by certain health conditions where the medications prescribed for that condition decrease blood flow to the penis. These conditions include heart disease, hardened arteries, blood pressure medicine, high blood sugar, and radiation therapy. Another possibility is that the penis is unable to trap blood during an erection, which means the erection can easily be lost since the blood doesn't stay in the penis. Possible causes are certain diseases, surgeries, or injuries in the pelvic area that can harm the nerves to the penis. Cancer treatments near the pelvis for colon-rectal, prostate, or bladder cancer can also affect how the penis functions. Oral medication and other drugs used to treat health conditions can also negatively affect a man's ability to achieve and maintain an erection.

There are also potential emotional causes of impotence or erectile dysfunction. Some of the typical emotional issues that can result in erectile dysfunction are anxiety, depression, stress, relationship conflicts, and concerns regarding sexual performance.

The article also wants to emphasize that the signs and symptoms of impotence may be a warning sign of cardiovascular disease and that blockages are building in the vascular system. Studies have revealed that men with erectile dysfunction have a significant risk of having a stroke, heart attack, or circulatory problems in the legs. Erectile dysfunction may also result in depression, low self-esteem, and distress for the man and his partner.

Treatments for impotence or erectile dysfunction include drug therapy, medical interventions, lifestyle modifications, and natural remedies. Choice Men's Health can provide advice and help with personalized treatment plans.

Choice Men's Health is a leading men's health clinic in Atlanta that provides personalized treatments based on the specific health requirements of each patient. This means that the certified medical professionals in the men's health clinic will always make sure that they truly understand each patient's unique situation and then apply that knowledge to determine the best possible treatment procedure. They are also very much aware that the issue is personal and will always make sure that all information is kept private and confidential so that patients have peace of mind and are comfortable with the knowledge that information about their condition will be protected.

Those who are interested in knowing more about impotence and have erectile dysfunction questions can visit the Choice Men's Health website or contact them through the telephone or via email. They are open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm, from Monday to Friday.



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About Choice Men's Health:

At Choice Men's Health in Atlanta, Georgia, we provide customized treatment plans to help men achieve a healthy and active sex life. With our licensed medical professionals, we provide personalized ED Treatments and PE Treatment.

Contact Choice Men's Health:

Dr. Katz
1945 The Exchange SE, Suite 435
Atlanta, GA 30339
(404) 400-3717

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