There is no denying the fact that men are quite shy when it comes to discussing sexually related health …
There is no denying the fact that men are quite shy when it comes to discussing sexually related health issues. Many hesitate to visit the doctor due to serious apprehensions. However, such problems need to be dealt seriously as it ultimately affects mental and physical health. Unfortunately, in Ghana and many parts of the world, sexual health is stigmatized, which leads to major delays in proper treatment. Let us have a look at the four major sexual issues faced by men all over the world.
Premature ejaculation: If after the sexual activity you have a tendency to ejaculate early, you could be experiencing premature ejaculation. According to doctors, premature ejaculation is a sign of erectile dysfunction among older men or underlying anxiety disorder.
Reduced sex drive: Lots of men have a low sex drive, for a lot of reasons. The condition is usually linked with low levels of the male hormone testosterone. Testosterone maintains sex drive, sperm production, muscle, hair, and bone. Reduced sexual desire may also be caused by depression, anxiety, or relationship difficulties. Diabetes, high blood pressure, and certain medications like antidepressants may also contribute to it.
Male infertility: Male factor contributes nearly 45-50 percent of infertility. Inability to conceive due to a malefactor can be because of many reasons like obstruction, abnormal hormones, varicocele, sexual dysfunction, and so on. It’s ideal to seek early fertility care.
Erectile dysfunction: If you have difficulty in getting or maintaining an erection that is firm enough to have sex, you may be suffering from erectile dysfunction (ED. In many cases, it can be linked to a physical condition, vascular disease, thyroid imbalances, diabetes, and hypertension. It also occurs when there’s not enough blood flow to the penis.