How erectile dysfunction (ED) may progress

When it comes to ED, age can play an important role. It’s true that as men get older, sexual function is likely to decrease and ED becomes more common. But simply getting older by itself does not lead to ED, nor is ED just a natural part of aging that men have to accept.

More often than not, ED is caused by other health problems, such as heart disease and diabetes, which are also more common as men get older. So in addition to being a problem that can affect your sexual relationship, ED may also be a sign of other health conditions you and your healthcare provider should know about.

ED can be classified by severity, such as mild, moderate, or severe. Only your healthcare provider can assess the severity of your ED.

If you think you have ED

The point at which ED becomes a problem for you depends on a lot of factors:

  • How long have you been having difficulties?
  • How frequently do you have erection problems?
  • How much are your erection problems affecting you?

You may want to talk to your partner before making a decision to seek treatment. That way, you’ll both be able to talk openly about any sexual problems you may be having.

From there, you can make an appointment to talk to your healthcare provider to determine if you have ED or if you are experiencing normal changes in sexual function. If you do have ED, there are treatments that can help most men.

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