Symptoms that precede impotence Symptoms that precede impotence

Symptoms that precede impotence

Symptoms that precede impotence

Impotence is a common problem among men and is often related to age and other factors. Urologists note that before it appears, some symptoms may appear that serve as a kind of warning.

“One of the first symptoms indicating the possible development of impotence is a decrease in interest in sexual activity. This can manifest itself in the form of a deterioration in emotional responsiveness and a decrease in thinking about intimacy,” says Dr. Bator Gonchikov in an interview with Gazeta news.

In addition, weak erection or its complete absence during intercourse can be a sign that a man is on the verge of impotence. This weakness may appear in the form of insufficient erection rigidity for full intercourse or instability.

“The appearance of excessive fatigue or general weakness may be linked to poor sexual function,” he says. “This could be caused by physical or psychological factors, such as stress, depression, or poor lifestyle.”

According to him, some men who suffer from impotence may suffer from urinary tract problems, such as frequent urination, weak urine flow, or painful urination. All of this may be due to disruption of the normal functioning of the prostate gland.

He says: "Some men may experience problems with ejaculation, such as delayed ejaculation or lack of sensation of orgasm. This may be due to a disorder in the nervous system or hormonal problems."

The specialist points out that the presence of one or all of these symptoms does not necessarily mean impotence is imminent.

He says: "However, if a man notices such changes, it is best for him to consult a urologist to conduct the necessary examination to diagnose the cause of the problem early and treat it, to prevent its development into complete impotence."

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