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Men in their 30s have the highest levels of erection problems, according to a surprising survey, and men of all ages are struggling to talk about the problem.Although most commonly associated with ageing men, erectile dysfunction can happen at any age and may be more common in younger men than people think.43 per cent of all British men aged 18 to 60 say they suffer from impotence, and they are most likely to point the finger at stress, tiredness, anxiety, and drinking alcohol.Failing to get or maintain an erection is common and usually nothing to worry about, but it can be embarrassing.Men are reluctant to talk about their bedroom troubles and around one in five said it had led to a break-up or mental health problems. Share this article Share Researchers polled 2,003 men about their experience of impotence in a campaign for the Coop Pharmacy, which aims to break the taboo around it.The pharmacy's #whatdoyoucallit campaign intends to stop men feeling shame in talking about their penis, whatever word they want to use to refer to it.Dysfunction least common in 20s but worst in 30s Poll results showed that men aged under 30 have the least difficulty in getting it up – at 35 per cent – but that figure shoots up to 50 per cent among men in their 30s.42 per cent of men in their 40s and 41 per cent of those in their 50s report experiencing erectile dysfunction.TV doctor Hilary Jones said: 'Erectile dysfunction is a taboo in our society that needs to be broken.'In an age when many people are happy to share intimate details of their lives on social media, it is a huge cause for concern that men today do not feel confident enough to discuss openly their struggles with impotence.'Over one in four would rather end relationship than see a GP WHAT CAUSES IMPOTENCE? Erectile dysfunction is often temporary and doesn't have a serious cause, but can sometimes be a symptom of a wider problem.Here are some causes of impotence: : Diabetes affects the blood supply by narrowing the arteries and damaging the nervous system, giving a doubly harmful effect. Heart disease and high blood pressure can have a similar effect.: Being overweight will increase the risk of developing heart disease, circulation problems and type 2 diabetes. Heavy drinking and cigarette smoking also contribute to conditions which affect erections.: This kills the libido, making sex impossible. can be hormonal or can be caused by treatments for prostate cancer.: Stroke, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and damage to the spinal cord by injury can all prevent nerve messages from the brain reaching the penis.: Drugs that can cause impotence include anti-depressants such as Prozac, and medication for high blood pressure such as beta-blockers and diuretics.: Depression is one of the main causes of impotence, which can set up a vicious cycle if impotence makes a man even more d
Erectile Dysfunction, or ED, is a condition of a male’s penis that prevents it from getting an erection from sexual intercourse. However, many male patients get this condition from many pre existing health problems. The National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, or the NCCAM, released that ED affects nearly 30 million males in the United States alone. In most patients, certain drugs can single handedly treat the condition. Below, is a list of different antibiotics used to treat ED and what side effects you may get, as well as what other treatments your doctor might prescribe you. Comprehensive List of Erectile Dysfunction Drugs Viagra, Cialis, Levitra