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An_255848 posted:
I am new to this problem. I am looking for a live chat to help me understand it better and to help my husband. If anything knows of one please post for me. Thank you.
tammyhiles responded:
Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as impotence, is the inability to get and maintain an erection that is sufficient for satisfactory sexual intercourse. If your husband is suffering from this problem, take him to doctor immediately. He will suggest some ED pills like sildenafil citrate which will cure him.
nohard responded:
Hi Have a look on its an ED site for guys mostly, but you can have a look round to see if you can find some help, there's another ED forum on this you can join, frank talk is a guys only place, but does not stop you looking.
With some men getting them to open up about the sex problems is hard, and if he is having a problem with ED, it can get worst, not being able to get an erection is bad I know I have been there, but now in some kind of recovery which means I get erections again.
OK what follows, any one of these can give him ED (erectile dysfunction).

To little sleep.

performance anxiety.

High cholesterol.










Self image.

Low libido.

His general health.

Low testosterone and very high testosterone.

With meds, its meds for depression, diabetes and cholesterol, these are some of the really bad ones.
Do any of these ring bells, either for you or him?
Please come back.
stewartjames responded:
What is Erectile Dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence is a complex sexual condition in men that can cause psychological problems, anxiety, low self-confidence and relationship issues. National Institute of Health (NIH) defined Erectile dysfunction (ED) as an inability to attain or maintain sufficient erection of penis during intercourse. Duration of ED can remain for few weeks to months or it can be an ongoing disorder. In some cases onset of ED is due to underlying causes which can be life-threatening also. Significant population of men find it difficult to discuss this condition with their physician. However males should open up on this issue and seek consultation from doctor. Usually ED is treatable, merely by an intake of an oral medication before intercourse.
What causes ED?
When you feel or see something sexually arousing your brain releases signal known as neurotransmitters from cavernous nerve terminals. These neurotransmitters influences the release of cyclic guanosine monophosphate (cGMP) . cGMP causes rushing of blood into corpa cavernosa (2 parallel sponge like tubes running parallel to penis). Rapid filling up of corpora cavernosa with blood makes arteries of penis to dilate. Like hydraulic effect, sudden and rapid influx of blood causes the penis to swell and erect. As the corpa cavernosa dilates, presses against veins that carry blood away from the penis, effectively blocking them; so the penis stays erect for a while.
The paramount causes of ED are low sex drive (libido), insufficient blood flow to the penis, and neurological complications (nerves or brain damage). In patient with ED, the problem mostly lies in the blood flow to the corpa cavernosa due to various underlying causes like cardiovascular disorders, injury in penis etc. In some cases erection is not possible due to low sex drive or hormonal imbalance.
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