3 Diseases That Can Make A Man Impotent(erectile dysfunction).

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Diseases: According to Medical News Today, a person with erectile dysfunction will regularly find it difficult to attain or keep a firm enough erection to have sex.

This can interfere not only with sexual activity, but also with a person’s quality of life.

Below are 4 diseases that can cause erectile dysfunction.

1. Cardiovascular disease

According to WebMD, Atherosclerosis also known as cardiovascular disease is a hardening and narrowing of your arteries caused by cholesterol plaques lining the artery over time.

It can put blood flow at risk as your arteries become blocked preventing the necessary blood flow to produce an erection.

2. Endocrine diseases

According to Healthline, the body’s endocrine system produces hormones that regulate metabolism, sexual function, reproduction, mood, and much more.

Diabetes is an example of an endocrine disease that can cause you to experience impotence. Diabetes affects the body’s ability to use the hormone insulin.

One of the complications associated with chronic diabetes is nerve damage. This affects penis sensations.

3. Multiple sclerosis

According to Medical News Today, Erectile dysfunction (ED) is one of the most common symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) in men.

Multiple sclerosis is a disease characterized by progressive damage of nerves.

When nerves associated with the erectile response are involved, ED can occur or worsen, leading to impaired stimulation and/or arousal.

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