FAQ's

Q: WHAT CAUSES MALE INFERTILITY?
A: Infertility may result from a physical condition that is present at birth or that develops later in life. Examples of potential causes of male infertility include:

  • physiological dysfunctions
  • hormonal imbalances
  • testicular failure
  • lifestyle factors

Other conditions may also cause infertility.



Q: WHAT CAUSES MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION?
A: Sexual dysfunction may be the result of a physical or psychological problem.

Physical and/or medical conditions that may lead to sexual function problems include:

  • Diabetes
  • heart and vascular (blood vessel) disease
  • neurological disorders
  • hormonal imbalances
  • chronic diseases (kidney or liver failure)
  • drug and alcohol abuse
  • side effects of some medications (antidepressant)

Psychological factors that affect sexual function include:

  • Work-related stress and anxiety
  • Concern about sexual performance
  • Marital or relationship problems
  • Depression
  • Effects of a past sexual trauma



Q: WHAT CAUSES ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
A: There are 4 major causes of erectile dysfunction:

  • Vascular - Blood must be able to move into the penis and stay there to maintain an erection.
  • Neurological - Neurological system must be intact in order for an erection to occur.
  • Hormonal - Deficiency in testosterone and thyroid hormones may cause erection problems
  • Psychological - This may be the primary or secondary cause of the problem.



Q: WHAT ARE SOME TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR PREMATURE EJACULATION?
A: Treatment options for P.E. often include a variety of different modalities. Premature ejaculation is best treated through a combination of interventions. These treatment options include::

  • Behavior Modification - behaviors and techniques that help the patient maintain an erection longer.
  • Medical Treatment - medications available that may significantly delay ejaculation or that allow a patient to maintain an erection even after ejaculation.


FAQ's

Q: WHAT CAUSES MALE INFERTILITY?
A: Infertility may result from a physical condition that is present at birth or that develops later in life. Examples of potential causes of male infertility include:

  • physiological dysfunctions
  • hormonal imbalances
  • testicular failure
  • lifestyle factors

Other conditions may also cause infertility.



Q: WHAT CAUSES MALE SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION?
A: Sexual dysfunction may be the result of a physical or psychological problem.

Physical and/or medical conditions that may lead to sexual function problems include:

  • Diabetes
  • heart and vascular (blood vessel) disease
  • neurological disorders
  • hormonal imbalances
  • chronic diseases (kidney or liver failure)
  • drug and alcohol abuse
  • side effects of some medications (antidepressant)

Psychological factors that affect sexual function include:

  • Work-related stress and anxiety
  • Concern about sexual performance
  • Marital or relationship problems
  • Depression
  • Effects of a past sexual trauma



Q: WHAT CAUSES ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION?
A: There are 4 major causes of erectile dysfunction:

  • Vascular - Blood must be able to move into the penis and stay there to maintain an erection.
  • Neurological - Neurological system must be intact in order for an erection to occur.
  • Hormonal - Deficiency in testosterone and thyroid hormones may cause erection problems
  • Psychological - This may be the primary or secondary cause of the problem.



Q: WHAT ARE SOME TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR PREMATURE EJACULATION?
A: Treatment options for P.E. often include a variety of different modalities. Premature ejaculation is best treated through a combination of interventions. These treatment options include::

  • Behavior Modification - behaviors and techniques that help the patient maintain an erection longer.
  • Medical Treatment - medications available that may significantly delay ejaculation or that allow a patient to maintain an erection even after ejaculation.


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