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Dealing With Member Dysfunction: Understanding and Treating It

by John Dugan Owner

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.

Member Dysfunction Defined

Member dysfunction is more than an “every once in a while” problem. Men with member dysfunction cannot create or maintain a hard-on at least 25 percent of the time when they try to. Member dysfunction is a male organ problem that is chronic, meaning that it can be managed, but not entirely cured. While men of any age can have member dysfunction, men over 40 do have a higher instance and risk for experiencing member dysfunction, and that risk only increases with time.

Member dysfunction also isn’t experienced in the same way by all men. Some men can get a hard-on but cannot keep it long enough to achieve release, whether from self-stimulation or intimacy with a partner. Other men cannot get hard at all. Still, other men can get a hard-on sometimes, just not reliably. Hardness can also vary. All said and done, member dysfunction presents in many ways, and as a result, can be treated in many ways.

What Causes Member Dysfunction?

Many things can cause member dysfunction. Causes can be physical, psychological, or pharmaceutical. The most common reason, however, is that member dysfunction is a symptom of a man’s initial or root disease. This includes conditions such as:

- Diabetes

- Obesity

- Cancer

- High cholesterol

- High blood pressure

- Stroke

- Heart disease

- Multiple sclerosis

Diagnosing and Treating Member Dysfunction

A doctor will use one or more the following tests to diagnose member dysfunction:

Physical Exam – The doctor or urologist will check the reproductive region for signs of damage such as bruising, lumps, excessive scar tissue, or a dramatic curve in the male organ.

Urine Test – This test looks for member dysfunction–associated illnesses like diabetes and cancer.

Blood Test – A blood test will be used to look for things like low androgen, diabetes, heart disease, and other conditions.

Ultrasound – A specialist facilitates this test. He or she will wave a wand-like ultrasound device over the blood vessels that supply blood to the male organ. This test is sometimes heightened by the injection of medication to produce a hard-on.

Psychological Exam – A physician, psychologist, therapist, or psychiatrist will perform a 1- to 2-hour examination to look for anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues.

Once correctly diagnosed, a treatment plan will be created depending on the root cause or causes of member dysfunction. Sometimes simple lifestyle changes like losing weight or getting more exercise can reverse member dysfunction. Medications to treat root causes can also be used. Finally, some men opt for hard-on-producing tablets, the P-spot, or male organ implants.

Men who suffer from this common male organ problem have also benefitted from using a specially formulated male organ health oil (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin) to help treat their member dysfunction. These types of oils improve blood flow, resulting in harder, long-lasting hard-ons from critical nutrients, such as L-arginine and vitamin C. Other vitamins, such as A, B, and D, also advance male organ health by protecting the male organ from bacteria and nourishing the skin to preserve male organ sensitivity. Use once per day or more often for best results.

Visit http://www.menshealthfirst.com for additional information on most common male organ health issues, tips on improving member sensitivity and what to do to maintain a healthy manhood. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men’s health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous websites.

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