Impotence Symptoms in Male
The main impotence symptoms in male is include the difficulty of achieving an erection penis, the difficulty of the penis in the position of erection, and decreased sexual arousal.
Impotence or erectile dysfunction is not a serious problem if it is experienced only occasionally. But if the symptoms do not go away, then this could be a warning sign that you are suffering from serious conditions, such as diabetes or coronary heart disease.
Impotence may adversely affect your harmony with your partner. Your partner may feel disappointed because your penis can not erect, or feel dissatisfied because your penis is not long enough to stay in the position of an erection when having sex.
Impotence is different from premature ejaculation. As was explained earlier that a man is considered impotent if his penis is not able to erect (although stimulated) or can not maintain erection conditions when having sex. While the meaning of premature ejaculation is a condition when men experience climax or orgasm before or soon after penetration.
In addition to adversely affecting your sexual life, impotence can also cause psychological disorders. You may feel insecure and depressed because you can not satisfy your partner.