Men’s Sexual Health Center releases voting poll results for penile erection treatments
A voting poll on the site of Men’s Sexual Health gives some insight as to the type treatment therapy men use during sexual intercourse.
(PRWEB) October 1, 2014 –
1505 men who took the Poll were presented the question: “What kind of product do you use for erection enhancement?” – The items they checked off showed in the results as follows:
- Viagra drug = 1304
- Herbal aphrodisiacs = 49
- Vacuum pump = 69
- Penile injection = 11
- Hormonal therapy = 42
Male erectile dysfunction is defined as the inability to achieve or maintain a penis erection sufficient for mutually satisfying intercourse. Erectile dysfunction/impotence impacts more than a man’s sexual activity. The emotions and uncertainties that coincide with this men’s sexual condition often have a significant effect on a man’s health and self-esteem, as well as, his relationship with his sexual partner.
Although the incidence of impotence increases with age, it is not an inevitable result of man’s aging.
Today, a generation of men’s erectile dysfunction research has resulted in significant advances in both the diagnosis and treatment of men’s sexual dysfunction. Physicians now understand that approximately eighty-five percent of erectile dysfunction is attributable to physical/organic conditions while only fifteen percent is due to psychological or mixed origin (both psychological and organic).