Erectile Dysfunction (ED) – also known as impotence — is the inability to achieve or maintain an erection adequate for a satisfying sexual experience. Nearly 75 percent of the time, ED has a physical cause. Surgery (usually reserved for special cases), Psychosexual counselling (A form of relationship therapy where sexual, or emotional issues are discussed), Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT is based on the principle that the way we feel is partly dependent on the way we think about things).
Diabetes is a well-recognized risk factor for ED, with approximately 50% of diabetic men experiencing this condition. The etiology of ED in diabetic men probably involves both vascular and neurogenic mechanisms. Evidence indicates that establishing good glycemic control can minimize this risk.
Remind the patient that his problem is taken very seriously and that every effort will be made, with the patient’s cooperation, to minimize the problems that this condition causes. The patient-physician relationship should be a partnership formed to gain control of this condition and allow the patient to more fully enjoy life.
Years ago, the standard treatment for impotence was an implantable penile prosthesis or long-term psychotherapy. Although physical causes are now more readily diagnosed and treated, individual or marital counseling is still an effective treatment for impotence when emotional factors play a role. Fortunately, other approaches are now available to treat the physical causes of impotence.
Nor does the decree have any implication regarding marital potency after so-called transsexual surgery. The idea that an identifiable male can be changed into a female by plastic-surgical constructs of external genitalia and the application of synthetic hormones is to suppose that the beauty, dignity and integrity of human sexual differentiation is merely a question of functional instrumentation. Sex is a marvellous modification of the whole human person and not merely a fabricated adjustment of external organs and hormone sufficiencies. And it is the teaching of the Church that marriage is a union of a man and a woman.
In the United States, 20 million women and 10 million men will suffer from a clinically significant eating disorder at some time in their life, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, or EDNOS EDNOS is now recognized as OSFED, other specified feeding or eating disorder, per the DSM-5 (Wade, Keski-Rahkonen, & Hudson, 2011).
Medicine Men is a not near enough long book that tells stories of her father and other doctors who worked in rural East Tennessee from the 30’s to the 60’s. They often got no money or sometimes appreciation for their work. The stories are so strange you know they have to I had to give this book five stars. I read Carolyn Jourdan’s Heart in the Right Place a couple of years ago and fell in love with it and the stories about her rural father doctor and how she learned to love her home town again.
Sexual weakness is not simply the difficulty of sexual life, in simple fact it could be connected to a great deal of different troubles and sickness in the body. Conditions like diabetes, cardio-vascular illnesses, weight issues, absence of sexual stamina by depression, excessive smoking, stress, physical disease for a long time, alcoholism and various factors. It can be seen as a lifestyle issue in today’s fast paced life.