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the father of medicine, said: "There are in fact two things, science and
opinion; the former begets knowledge, the latter ignorance". Those words
still ring true today. Many of the myths and legends about impotence,
borne out of ignorance thousands of years ago, still influence our sexual
culture. Primitive cultures believed that male virility was intricately
interwoven with power, wealth and domination.
So it's not
surprising that beliefs still persist in a number of cultures that to
lack virility, or worse still, to be impotent, is to lack the very essence
of life. Manhood and the "ability to perform" are inextricably linked,
so impotence is viewed as a "lack of manhood". Despite the fact that the
twentieth century brought about radical changes in gender roles, on ethnic,
economic, social and cultural levels, sexuality and impotence are still
shrouded in mystery, secrecy and a good deal of confusion.
"Real men" don't experience impotence ALL men over the age of 30 experience
impotence as least once in their lifetime. It's estimated that over 150
million men worldwide have impotence; in fact, reports suggest this figure
could be as high as 300 million or more. Estimating the numbers is difficult
because less than 2 men in 10 seek treatment for impotence problems. Impotence
(or erectile dysfunction) is defined as the inability to produce and maintain
an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. Impotence is not considered
to include lack of libido, inability to ejaculate
or achieve orgasm, a lack of strength or the loss of "manhood".
Impotence is "all in the mind" Less than 20% of impotence cases have a
primary psychological cause. The majority of men with impotence have an
underlying physical condition such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood
pressure or prostate cancer. Stress, anxiety and loss of self-esteem are
often secondary psychological factors that occur if the impotence remains
undiagnosed and untreated.
Impotence is a natural part of growing old Although it's evident that
the chances of experiencing impotence increase with age, this is largely
due to the increased risk of having an underlying physical condition such
as diabetes, high blood pressure or heart disease. To compound this factor,
a number of medications prescribed for these conditions can cause impotence.
There is no "cure" for impotence Although medical science hasn't come
up with a permanent "cure" for impotence, a number of very effective therapies
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Impotence is a man's problem Both partners in a relationship can experience
problems when impotence goes untreated. Often failure to communicate and
denial of the problem lead to depression, anxiety, and lack of self-esteem
for both partners. A tendency to avoid sexual contact can often leave
the partner feeling unloved, unattractive and unwanted.
Impotence is too embarrassing to discuss with anyone A number of men find
it very difficult to discuss any problems they may be experiencing, particularly
impotence. Impotence can often be the symptom of an underlying medical
condition and won't simply "go away" if it remains untreated. Once the
condition is diagnosed, suitable treatment can begin immediately and the
problem can usually be alleviated.
Men should know all about sex The general consensus of opinion is that
men instinctively know how to have sex. But clinical studies confirm that
impotence can result from lack of knowledge and ignorance about the "mechanics"
of sex. A common misconception is that sex is a simple and straightforward
process for men. Not true. Many men find it difficult to discuss the subject,
and asking questions would reveal their ignorance and lack of knowledge
and possibly threaten their masculinity. Media images of the virile male
in action only serve to further alienate those men who don't understand
"the basics". Talking to a specialist counselor or therapist will quickly
clear up any misconceptions and help overcome problems due to lack of
Men always want sex The myth that men are always "ready, willing and able"
is simply not true. The commonly held misconception of the "dominant male"
has been proven to damage the sexual, physical and psychological wellbeing
of a number of men. A recent Swedish study on sexuality and marriage carried
out on 286 couples of varying ages found that men who perceived themselves
to be the "dominant male" were more likely to experience temporary impotence
if sex was requested by their partner, when they weren't in the mood.
Healthy relationships should be about equal partnerships, good communication
and respect for the feelings of both individuals. It's not uncommon for
one partner to want more frequent sexual activity, and sexual desires
can fluctuate between partners and at various times. Discussing these
issues reasonably and rationally so that each partner understands the
needs of the other helps maintain a happy and healthy sexual relationship.
We hope that
this information was informative, and allows you to understand more about
the myths and the truths of impotence.
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