Men Should Never Pass Over These Major Sexual Health Problems

No one can deny the fact that men hesitate a lot when it comes to discussing sexually related health issues, they never prefer to visit a sexologist owing to serious apprehensions, but such problems should be dealt with solemnly. However, in India and some other countries, people lack sex education; due to this, they stigmatize sexually related problems. However, here are some major sexual issues that no man should ever pass over. Premature Ejaculation Premature ejaculation is a sexual dysfunction that occurs when a man ejaculates semen too sooner; it may happen before or just after penetration during intercourse. Premature ejaculation is considered a sign of erectile dysfunction or anxiety disorder. Low Sex Drive There are plenty of reasons for men’s reduced sex drive, including depression, anxiety, diabetes, etc. However, the men’s low sex drive condition is directly linked with the male hormone testosterone. This hormone is responsible for maintaining a lot of things in men, including sex drive, sperm production, hair growth, muscle, and bone. So men with low testosterone levels may have reduced sex drive. Male Infertility When a man can’t start a pregnancy with his female partner, it is called male infertility; it can be caused for a variety of reasons, including low sperm count, abnormal sperm function, blockages, less mobile sperm, etc. Erectile Dysfunction The inability to keep an erection firm enough for having sex is referred to as erectile dysfunction; it basically happens when there is not enough blood flow to the penis. There are several other reasons for erectile dysfunction, such as vascular disease, diabetes, thyroid imbalance, hypertension, etc. Sexual dysfunction can occur in men/women of all ages, but it can be cured. If you feel you have any of the above-mentioned sexual issues, it’s high time you should visit a sexologist. It will help you cope with not only sexually related issues but also maintain your physical and mental health.

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