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What is impotence?

Impotence is a problem when an erection cannot be achieved, or when it cannot be maintained long enough for sexual intercourse to occur. Impotence is often called erectile dysfunction, impotence disorder, erectile dysfunction (ED). It has been proven that almost 90% of men suffer from impotence at some stage in their lives, either briefly or permanently.

Impotence can have many causes, such as various diseases, taking certain medicines, stress, depression, hormonal changes etc. If you experience impotence only once, or only rarely, don't worry, it is an almost common occurrence for many people, influenced mainly by work stress or exhaustion. However, if it slowly but consistently worsens, physical factors probably cause it. From this point on, the issue is called chronic impotence, and it needs to be treated. If they are capable of erection but not in the desired situation, it may also be a psychological problem. It is a physical issue when you cannot have an erection at all, regardless of the circumstances.

What is an erection, and when does it occur?

Erection is a rather complicated process that takes place in the human body. Inside the male sex organ are two small chambers of spongy tissue, known in Latin as “corpora cavernosa”, which are directly responsible for erection. Just below this is another chamber – “corpus spongiosum”. The urethra runs down the middle of this chamber. “Corpora cavernosa” is composed of small veins and veins, smooth muscle fibres and spaces. Thin tissues surround the chambers. If a man is to have an erection, signals from the brain or from the nerve endings in the sex organ cause the smooth muscles of the chambers to relax, causing the blood vessels to expand. This increases the blood flow. The pressure of the increased blood flow causes the tissues around the ventricles to press on the veins, and the increased blood flow causes the erection to occur.

Above all, it is essential to know that impotence is not at all related to infertility. As shown above, impotence is the inability to have an erection, and this problem can be overcome thanks to the active ingredient sildenafil citrate. Infertility is the inability to give birth to offspring. In scientific terms, it is the inability to produce sperm to fertilise the female ovum to ensure sexual reproduction. For this issue, the solution is more complicated than for impotence and a long-term hormonal, antibiotic or surgical cure is usually necessary.

An ashamed impotent man with a woman in bed

Causes of impotence

#1 Endocrine disorders: The endocrine system of the human organism produces hormones that regulate several functions – metabolism, reproduction, human mood and much more. One such disease is diabetes, which is one of the most common causes of impotence in men. Diabetes affects the body's ability to use hormonal insulin. The negative effects of diabetes include damage to the nerves, which to some extent also impacts the function of the sexual organ. The other complications related to diabetes include deterioration of blood flow and hormone levels, both of which are among the causes of impotence in men.

#2 Neurological disorders: Some neurological conditions can also increase the risk of developing impotence. These neurological conditions influence the ability of the brain to communicate with the reproductive system and, as a result, impotence can occur. Neurological conditions that can lead to impotence include:

  • Alzheimer's disease,
  • Parkinson's disease,
  • brain or spinal tumours,
  • multiple sclerosis,
  • stroke,
  • epilepsy.

Even those men who have undergone prostate surgery in the past may notice the signs of impotence. Even the professional long-distance cyclists may feel the temporary impotence in some cases, which is the result of the repetitive and continuous pressure on the sexual organ.

#3 Use of some medications: Some medicines that affect the blood circulation can also cause impotence in men. The most commonly known drugs with this effect include:

  • alpha-adrenergic blockers,
  • beta-blockers,
  • oncological chemotherapeutic drugs,
  • central nervous system depressants,
  • central nervous system stimulants,
  • diuretics,
  • selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors
  • and synthetic hormones.

#4 Cardiac conditions: The causes of male impotence also arise as a result of conditions impacting the heart and its blood pumping function. This is because an erection cannot be achieved without adequate blood flow, especially in the area of the sexual organ. For example, arteriosclerosis causes blockage of the blood vessels, as a result of which erection cannot occur. High cholesterol and high blood pressure also increase the risk of impotence.

Hypertension is also one of the most common causes of impotence. It prevents the necessary expansion of the blood vessels that transport blood to the sexual organ. Hypertension also prevents the smooth muscles in the genital area from relaxing, which means that this area of the body does not receive enough blood to achieve an erection.

Men with elevated blood pressure may also have low levels of testosterone. Testosterone is the male hormone that plays a crucial role in a man's sexual arousal. And that is why high blood pressure can bring impotence. On the other hand, sometimes the drugs that are used to treat hypertension can also lead to impotence. Diuretics and beta-inhibitors are among the most common medicines used to treat hypertension and cause impotence. Diuretics can lead to impotence by reducing the force of blood flow in the male reproductive tract. At the same time, they also cause a decrease in the level of zinc in the body, which is necessary for the production of testosterone. Beta-inhibitors dampen the reactions to nerve impulses that lead to erection. These drugs also prevent the blood-carrying veins from spreading. Beta-inhibitors generally have a depressant and sedative effect on the body, which is almost indispensable when an erection is sought.

#5 Lifestyle factors and emotional disturbances: When a man wants to achieve an erection, he must first feel aroused, and this arousal phase can also cause an emotional reaction. If a man has an emotional disorder, the ability to become sexually aroused may be impaired. Most closely related to this problem are depression and feelings of slenderness. By depression, we mean the feeling of sadness, hopelessness, and powerlessness. The exhaustion associated with depression can also lead to impotence. If someone has experienced so-called failure during sexual activity in the past, their fears can also be carried over into the future, which can lead to various feelings of narrowness.

Understanding impotence: Symptoms

For many men, the development of the signs of impotence is a long-term process, whereby impotence symptoms can develop continuously for months, even years, without causing any worry to the affected person. This simply means that there is nothing to worry about as long as the male impotence symptoms do not cross the line between an occasional weakening of the erection and the evident chronic lack of desire, or inability to achieve and maintain erection during sexual intercourse. The discovery of impotence symptoms is the first step in understanding the fundamental causes of impotence, as well as its treatment. Impotence symptoms can vary greatly among individuals. Likewise, the prevalence and severity of symptoms are also individual, all depending on the patient's physical and emotional state.

What are Psychological Symptoms of Impotence?

Psychological impotence symptoms manifest in different ways:

Varying strength of erection – For those men who can achieve an erection, but with varying intensity, it may be a psychological block. The quality of erection can be influenced by external circumstances, i.e. by the psychological state, and need not be a symptom of erectile dysfunction caused by a physical condition.

Morning erection – the man is capable of a strong morning erection, but has difficulty achieving the erection during sexual activity.

Transient signs – a slight decrease in male sexual function is quite normal during a human life. All men, regardless of age or health, experience erection problems at some stage in their lives. A concern for the diagnosis of erectile dysfunction is only necessary when these periodic attacks increase in frequency and severity. Other impotence symptoms include feeling slim, depression and low self-esteem.

Impotence symptoms caused by physical diseases:

  • Lowering of erection intensity without lowering of sexual libido
  • Complete lowering of sexual libido
  • Inconsistent erection
  • Changes in the shape of the sexual organ
Psychological symptoms of impotence
For those men who can achieve an erection, but with different intensity, it may be a psychological block.

Erectile dysfunction associated with the use of some medications – symptoms:

  • Complete loss of erection
  • Inability to achieve orgasm
  • Lack of sexual desire

Other health conditions that may also cause the signs of impotence are:

  • Obesity
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Low levels of testosterone or other important hormones
  • Peyronie's disease
  • Kidney disease
  • Neurological diseases and diseases of the brain
  • Problems with the prostate
  • Spinal cord or pelvic injuries

Few tips on how to prevent impotence

Monitor and control their blood pressure, cholesterol levels, diabetes and general health. Minimise the consumption of alcohol and eliminate other addictive poisons and drugs that could reduce the desire for sex or affect your ability to have a healthy erection. Regular use of addictive drugs can cause permanent impotence. Consult any use of drugs with your doctor. It is important that their doctor be aware of all their conditions and medications taken so that they can help treat impotence. Prevention of impotence can sometimes be achieved by the simplest means, such as open communication with your sexual partner.

Remember that temporary problems with erection are normal. Fears of past erection difficulties or internal tension can all influence your future performance. Therefore, try to get rid of any stress.

In summary, the following measures are important:

  • Healthy diet
  • Maintain a healthy body weight
  • Prevent high blood pressure and high cholesterol
  • Minimise or completely eliminate alcohol
  • Exercise and gymnastics for a minimum of 150 minutes a week
  • Control the testosterone in your body
  • Avoid anabolic steroids and drugs
  • Stop smoking tobacco
  • Avoid risky sexual activities
  • Combat stress


A few years ago, implantable prostheses or long-term psychotherapies were the standard methods of treatment for impotence. Nowadays, although the physical causes are much easier to diagnose and much easier to cure, counselling, and therapies are always an effective treatment method for impotence, where the emotional factors play a crucial role. However, other impotence therapy options are also available. The most popular cure is based on the use of medicines containing the active ingredient sildenafil citrate. Kamagra remedies also contain this substance.

Kamagra Original is a generic version of the original Viagra. The remedies contain the inhibitors PDE-5, which means that sildenafil increases the level of cyclic GMP (guanosine monophosphate), which is responsible for the dilation of the blood vessels in the sexual organs. However, these drugs cannot cure impotence permanently. They are a short-term solution to achieve satisfactory sexual intercourse. These drugs do not have to be taken permanently, the majority of them are only used shortly before planned sexual intercourse. The effect lasts for a maximum of up to 6 hours. These impotence medicines are sold in various forms of use – in solid consistency as classic pills; in the form of jelly with many fruit flavours. Thanks to the effervescent tablets, the medicine can also be taken in liquid form as a fruit drink; or in the form of chewable tablets, which slowly develop their effect through chewing. Kamagra is a small pill, each containing 100 mg of the active ingredient sildenafil citrate. For first use, we recommend taking only half or even a quarter of the pill, i.e. 50 or 25 mg of the medicine, and then consequently increasing the dosage as needed.

Many of the impotence medicines can be purchased without a prescription, but to achieve the maximum effect of the medicines, it is essential to follow the instructions for use and the correct dosage. Although only to a minimal extent, as with all medicines in the world, unwanted side effects can also appear with Kamagra. Very rarely, headache relief and nausea have been observed in connection with the use of Kamagra, as well as redness of the face or vertigo. These unwanted side effects usually disappear as the effects of the medicine wear off. If you experience these or other side effects for a prolonged period of time, seek medical attention immediately.

As mentioned, impotence in old age can also be accompanied by other diseases, such as diabetes, hypertension, high cholesterol and heart disease. If these problems occur, you should not take Kamagra. The other risk factors of impotence are hypogonadism (lack of production of sex hormone), taking other medications, brain injury, depression, excessive consumption of alcohol, obesity, smoking, or chronic kidney disease.

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