Andrology
Conditions Treated

1- Impotence (Erectile Dysfunction): Impotence is the chronic inability to have an erection that is rigid enough, and that can be sustained for a long enough period, to complete sexual intercourse for at least half of the times sexual intercourse takes place. Erectile dysfunction is a common, treatable condition.
2- Male Infertility

Diagnosis & Tests

For Impotence

A man's inability to have and maintain an erection can be caused by many disorders. The causes can be either physical or psychological and the resulting impotence can be categorised as physical impotence and psychological impotence respectively:

    1- Physical Impotence:       May result from damage to the nerves or the blood vessels that control the flow of blood to the penis. It may also be caused        
                                            by problems with hormones - substances in the bloodstream that affect or control the activity of some organs

   
2- Psychological Impotence: Can be the result of fear, stress, worry, anger or frustration. Often, this type of impotence develops from 'performance   
                                              anxiety' - a man's fear that he won't perform well during sexual intercourse. Stress caused by problems on the job, marital   
                                              problems or financial difficulties can also lead to this type of impotence

Psychological causes of impotence include:

1- Stress and anxiety at work or at home
2- Worry about poor sexual performance
3- Marital discord
4- Unresolved sexual orientation
5- Depression

Other causes are due to defective blood flow or nerve function to the penis.

The procedures & tests to detect impotence include:

Nature of the Impotence: The first step in the diagnosis is to determine whether the impotence is physical or psychological. The physician may start by asking as to how the impotence developed

General Examination & Tests: After asking questions about the impotence, the physician will then conduct a thorough general examination. The physician usually conduct tests to find out the cause of the impotence

Other Tests: Can determine if the blood flow to the penis is impaired. Still others will reveal as to whether hormone problems are causing the impotence
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