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Impotence

 

Impotence is the inability to consistently achieve and sustain an erection sufficient for sexual activity. When impotence is experienced for an extended period such as six months or longer, this condition is referred to as penile erection (or erectile) dysfunction.

Statistics of impotence:
Impotence arises more commonly among older men, but can occur at any age , whether young, middle-aged, or elderly. According to the statistics, some degree of impotence is experienced by 52% of men between the ages of forty and seventy. In 80% of cases impotence has an organic genesis (vascular, endocrine, etc.) and calls for a complex approach to treatment. Only in 20% of cases does impotence arise from psychogenic factors.

Below is a common etiological classification of impotence:

  • Psychogenic penile erection dysfunction;
  • Organic penile erection dysfunction:
    • hormonal;
    • neurogenic;
    • vasculargenic;
  • Mixed (psychogenic and organic);
  • Medical/pharmaceutical regimes.

Psychogenic impotence is observed among young patients more often than the other forms; it often stems from fear of failure, lack of self-confidence, disputed relations with the partner, and neurotic conditions.
A frequent cause of the organic form of dysfunction is vascular infringement of the arterial or venous tissue, for example, constriction of blood-flow within the sexual member owing to atherosclerosis. Other vasculargenic-type causes include hypercholesteremia, smoking, congenital hypoplasy of the arteries within the sexual member, radiation of the urogenital bodies, traumas to the perineum or pelvic bone. The neurogenic form often develops as a result of trauma of the peripheral nervous system (post-stroke, spinal cord traumas, sclerosis, or illness such as Parkinson’s). Principal causes of a hormonal impotence are hypogenitalism, hyperprolactinemia, thyrotoxicosis, hypotheriosis, and diseases of adrenal glands. Neurogenic related dysfunction is often observed among men with chronic diabetic conditions.

For treatment and preventive maintenance against impotence, the herbal urological "Prostatic Navel Patch" is recommended.
The herbal patch is made in China from a compound developed in ancient times by Tibetan doctors. The herbal patch is produced using the latest modern technologies, adheres to the GMP international certificate of quality. The plaster is non-toxic, does not contain chemical impurities, and side-effects have not been observed during studies or extensive use in China.

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