Sexual dysfunctions cover a wide variety of problems, including erectile dysfunction (ED) and premature or delayed ejaculation in men and problems with sexual desire (libido) and response. Men over age 65 are at higher risk for ED, although ED is not a normal part of aging. The cause may be psychological, physical, or a combination of both.
The majority of men will never experience erectile dysfunction.
Studies suggest that as many as 52% of men between the ages of 40 and 70 may experience erectile dysfunction.
Erectile dysfunction is just a normal part of growing older and men have to learn to live with it.
It is not normal for a man to lose erectile function .
A healthy human being is a sexual human being
Sexuality is an integral part of being human. Love, affection, and sexual intimacy contribute to healthy relationships and individual well-being. But along with the positive aspects of our human sexuality, there also are illnesses, mixed emotions and unintended consequences.