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Dealing With Member Dysfunction: Understanding and Treating It

According to the Cleveland Clinic, 52 percent of men experience member dysfunction at some point in their lives. A frequently talked about male organ problem, member dysfunction has many different faces. Causes, treatment, and experience are unique to each man. Member dysfunction delves deeper into a man’s physical, emotional, and mental health in more ways than many men believe, and often times, doesn’t originate in the male organ itself. Men need to know all the facts about member dysfunction so they can do their best to prevent it, or at a minimum, know how to manage the condition for a healthy, active intimate life.

It’s Not Member Dysfunction! 5 Less Serious Reasons for a Weak Hard-on

The mood is set, and you’ve got the woman of your dreams anxiously awaiting her ticket to the Big Show. Candles lit, Barry White is on, and your junk is, well, junk. Your star player is being called to the Big Leagues, and he’s pulling a no-show. Instead of a Louisville Slugger in your shorts, there’s a weak hotdog even the most frugal vendor wouldn’t sell. So what gives?

Before panic sets in, take a knee and regroup. There are plenty of harmless reasons a man can find himself with a weak hard-on; not everything means member dysfunction. Let’s talk about some of the everyday things that can cause a man to find himself without a batboy.

Diabetes and Male Organ Health: What Every Man Needs to Know

It’s not crazy to think that most people will have a sensual problem of some type at some point in their lives. However, certain disease states come with an extra side of sensual complications, and diabetes is one of them. Diabetes and male organ health are inextricably linked, most notably when it comes to member function.

Why is that? When a man has high sugar levels for a prolonged period, it can damage the blood vessels and nerves, especially the ones that deliver boner-boosting blood to the member. When blood vessels and nerves get damaged, they restrict blood flow and also cause a reduction in sensation, which is no bueno for a hard-on. Let’s learn a little bit more about how diabetes and male organ health are linked.

Some Major Health Conditions Associated With Member Dysfunction

It’s become pretty common knowledge that men between the ages of 40 and 70 have experienced some form of member dysfunction. However, most people assume that it has to do with the aging process. While aging definitely impacts tumescence function, it isn’t as cut and dry as some believe. In fact, more and more studies are showing a strong link between member dysfunction and severe health conditions. The getting or maintaining of a hard-on can often be a clue that there is something else going on in a man’s body that he needs to address, so don’t ignore it!

Can Shockwaves Shock the Member Dysfunction Out of a Male Organ? Let’s See!

Male organ lost a little of its lightning? Shockwaves could be the answer to the member dysfunction problem. This still very new treatment was first tested in 2010 and has grown in popularity steadily since. Some herald this treatment as a savior for men suffering from a loss of sensitivity in their male organ. Others say it’s merely a placebo effect. Who’s right? Let’s take a look.

Member Dysfunction: Established Treatment Methods

Member Dysfunction and *********: What Every Man Needs to Know

It’s hard to believe that ********* is now legal, in some form, in 33 states in the Union. According to studies conducted in 2017, nearly 37 million people use ********* in some form. It’s becoming more and more common. Like any substance, it has side effects over time, and there is a direct impact from using it. One direct impact that is currently in question is its general sensual effects on men and women, specifically, member dysfunction in men. While the conclusions are skewed, let’s explore the links between this common male organ problem and ****.

Member Dysfunction: A Quick Review

Male Organ Problems: Can Exercising Reverse Member Dysfunction?

Member dysfunction (MD), is a typical male organ problem for men, and it can affect men in many different ways. MD is the inability to achieve or maintain a hard-on. A host of things can cause it. The root can be physical, such as issues with low androgen levels, heart disease, or obesity. Psychological issues like depression, performance anxiety, or sensual trauma can cause a temporary or permanent hard-on hiatus. Even emotional issues like relationship problems can cause a man’s love dart to be bullseye adverse. There are many ways to treat and even reverse the condition. Little blue tablets, pumps, and other modalities are popular, but researchers have found that getting physical in the gym could lead to getting very physical in the bedroom. Get ready to increase member sensitivity by pumping the member up.

Regular Cycling Can Cause a Loss of Sensation in the Male Organ

Cycling is one of the best ways to get regular exercise, and that’s good for a man’s health. That said, cyclists are at risk when it comes to male organ health. Some researchers are pointing to evidence that cycling (and spinning is included here) is a potential cause of member dysfunction. So, are all those miles a man does every day taking a toll on his intimate life? Let’s find out.

What Is Member Dysfunction?

Member Dysfunction: What It Is and How Doctors Diagnose It

Member dysfunction (MD) affects many men at different points in their life. While it seems to be discussed ad nauseum, not all men really understand member dysfunction. Sure, the common knowledge is that it’s a male organ problem and can be easily cured with a little blue tablet. However, that’s not the truth of the matter. A lot of times, MD goes deeper into a man’s physical, emotional, and mental health.

Member Dysfunction Explained