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Beyond the Bedroom: Exploring the Impact of Erectile Dysfunction

In a society where discussions about sexual health are often shrouded in silence and stigma, impotence, or erectile dysfunction (ED), remains a significant but often neglected issue. Is impotence a concern in India? Absolutely. According to the statistics, India is set to become the impotence capital of the world. The research was conducted and it was found that 35% of men before the age of 40 face sexual problems at some stage

What is Impotence and What Are the Risk Factors?

Impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction (ED), is when a man has difficulty getting or keeping an erection firm enough for sexual activity. It can happen due to various reasons like diabetes, low testosterone, high cholesterol, sedentary lifestyle, stress, obesity, age, excessive drug use etc.

The Real Picture

According to research, 42 per cent of men resort to cheap treatment options rather than choosing medicines prescribed by doctors and this causes harm to their overall well-being. Patients tend to fall into the traps of quacks who make false claims regarding recovery

Despite the prevalence of impotence, many men in India hesitate to seek help from urologists or sexologists. The reluctance is often fueled by deep-rooted cultural taboos and misconceptions such as

    • Shame and Embarrassment: Men may feel ashamed or embarrassed to admit they have a problem with their sexual health fearing it may affect their masculinity or how others perceive them
  • Lack of Awareness: Due to a lack of education and awareness, men may not even recognise impotence as a medical condition that can be treated
  • Fear of Judgement: There is a fear of being judged or stigmatised by society which discourages men from seeking help and openly discussing their concerns
  • Alternative remedies: Men may turn to alternative remedies or quacks due to the belief that traditional or herbal treatments are safer or more effective further delaying proper medical care

 

Final words~

Impotence is a significant issue in India with far-reaching complications for men’s health and overall well-being. By breaking the taboos and fostering conversation, we can create a more supportive where men feel empowered to seek help and address their sexual health concerns. The best way to approach such problems is to consult a urologist or a sexologist who are qualified doctors and get your issues resolved as promptly as possible.

 

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