Impotence is a great impediment to the functioning of a man. There are several negative effects of perennial impotence such as stress, relationship challenges as well as the declination of self-confidence. Erectile dysfunction is not exclusive to a specific age. It is capable of occurring at any age; however, it is more noticeable with an increasing age. Research unveils that fifty percent of men age forty to seventy have ED. Seventy percent of men aged seventy and above have ED.
The growing rate of Peyronie’s disease has generated widespread research with the view of knowing its nature, yet the exact cause of Peyronie’s disease is still unknown. Nevertheless, several research reports mentioned the following as possible causes: scar formation in the penile shaft - Vitamin E deficiency - Beta-blocking drugs - Elevation in serotonin levels - Genetic causes - Trauma to the penis.
It should be carefully noted that Men with prostatitis often develop a number of symptoms; ranging from excruciating pain in the groin to discomfort while urinating. However, Prostatitis can be responsible for erectile dysfunction directly or indirectly. In this way, the prostate may get swollen and this may partly be caused by a bacterial infection.