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Erectile dysfunction – possible consequences of COVID-19

Erectile dysfunction is a problem mainly in the elderly men, but it appears to be more common in younger men, and one of the reasons for this is psychological problems. Cases of this dysfunction have been reported in the past, especially in men between the ages of 50 and 60, but in recent years there…

Erectile dysfunction is a problem mainly in the elderly men, but it appears to be more common in younger men, and one of the reasons for this is psychological problems.

Cases of this dysfunction have been reported in the past, especially in men between the ages of 50 and 60, but in recent years there has been an increase in the number of men aged 40 and under who are struggling with the problem.

Erectile dysfunction in adolescence can be caused by psychological problems, emotional stress, anxiety, fatigue and lack of self-confidence. The psychological aspect and erectile dysfunction form a vicious circle – if a man feels stress and tension on a daily basis, he often has problems with sex, which in turn creates tension in his personal life.

Erectile dysfunction may also be associated with heart disease

Dysfunction is often caused by low testosterone levels in the blood, circulatory problems, injuries, nervous system disorders, inflammation (in the urethra, prostate), alcohol, drug use, smoking and lack of physical activity.

Many men have circulatory problems that not only prevent them from enjoying a full sex life, but also warn them of serious illnesses that require immediate treatment.

Erectile dysfunction as a consequence of COVID-19

There is a possibility that dysfunction may be related to COVID-19: studies show that COVID-19 adversely affects not only the respiratory, cardiovascular system but also male sexual function, so some men experience erectile dysfunction due to a decrease in blood testosterone levels. When the body stops producing testosterone, which increases resistance to infections, it also increases the risk of developing infectious diseases.

COVID-19 can be detected in male semen both in the acute period (approximately 15%) and in the recovery phase (8%). This means that there is little chance of sexually transmitted disease. The effects of the virus on sperm and reproductive function have not yet been studied.

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