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zenn7 com The prostate is the gland below a man's bladder that produces fluid for semen. Prostate cancer is common among older men. It is rare in men younger than 40. Risk factors for developing prostate cancer include being over 65 years of age, family history, and being African-American. Symptoms of prostate cancer may include Problems passing urine, such as pain, difficulty starting or stopping the stream, or dribbling Low back pain Pain with ejaculation To diagnose prostate cancer, you doctor may do a digital rectal exam to feel the prostate for lumps or anything unusual. You may also get a blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA). These tests are also used in prostate cancer screening, which looks for cancer before you have symptoms. If your results are abnormal, you may need more tests, such as an ultrasound, MRI, or biopsy. Treatment often depends on the stage of the cancer. How fast the cancer grows and how different it is from surrounding tissue helps determine the stage. Men with prostate cancer have many treatment options. The treatment that's best for one man may not be best for another. The options include watchful waiting, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, and chemotherapy. You may have a combination of treatments.
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zenn7 com The prostate is the gland below a man's bladder that produces fluid for semen. Prostate cancer is common among older men. It is rare in men younger than 40. Risk factors for developing prostate cancer include being over 65 years of age, family history, and being African-American. Symptoms of prostate cancer may include Problems passing urine, such as pain, difficulty starting or stopping the stream, or dribbling Low back pain Pain with ejaculation To diagnose prostate cancer, you doctor may do a digital rectal exam to feel the prostate for lumps or anything unusual. You may also get a blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA). These tests are also used in prostate cancer screening, which looks for cancer before you have symptoms. If your results are abnormal, you may need more tests, such as an ultrasound, MRI, or biopsy. Treatment often depends on the stage of the cancer. How fast the cancer grows and how different it is from surrounding tissue helps determine the stage. Men with prostate cancer have many treatment options. The treatment that's best for one man may not be best for another. The options include watchful waiting, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, and chemotherapy. You may have a combination of treatments.
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zenn7 com The prostate is the gland below a man's bladder that produces fluid for semen. Prostate cancer is common among older men. It is rare in men younger than 40. Risk factors for developing prostate cancer include being over 65 years of age, family history, and being African-American. Symptoms of prostate cancer may include Problems passing urine, such as pain, difficulty starting or stopping the stream, or dribbling Low back pain Pain with ejaculation To diagnose prostate cancer, you doctor may do a digital rectal exam to feel the prostate for lumps or anything unusual. You may also get a blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA). These tests are also used in prostate cancer screening, which looks for cancer before you have symptoms. If your results are abnormal, you may need more tests, such as an ultrasound, MRI, or biopsy. Treatment often depends on the stage of the cancer. How fast the cancer grows and how different it is from surrounding tissue helps determine the stage. Men with prostate cancer have many treatment options. The treatment that's best for one man may not be best for another. The options include watchful waiting, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, and chemotherapy. You may have a combination of treatments.
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zenn7 com The prostate is the gland below a man's bladder that produces fluid for semen. Prostate cancer is common among older men. It is rare in men younger than 40. Risk factors for developing prostate cancer include being over 65 years of age, family history, and being African-American. Symptoms of prostate cancer may include Problems passing urine, such as pain, difficulty starting or stopping the stream, or dribbling Low back pain Pain with ejaculation To diagnose prostate cancer, you doctor may do a digital rectal exam to feel the prostate for lumps or anything unusual. You may also get a blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA). These tests are also used in prostate cancer screening, which looks for cancer before you have symptoms. If your results are abnormal, you may need more tests, such as an ultrasound, MRI, or biopsy. Treatment often depends on the stage of the cancer. How fast the cancer grows and how different it is from surrounding tissue helps determine the stage. Men with prostate cancer have many treatment options. The treatment that's best for one man may not be best for another. The options include watchful waiting, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, and chemotherapy. You may have a combination of treatments.
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hardrodplus com Causes of erectile dysfunction To understand the causes of erectile dysfunction, it helps to understand how an erection happens physically. Relaxation of muscle (in parts of the penis and the walls of the arteries supplying it) allows blood to rush into the cylinder-shaped spongy tissue of the erection chambers, creating increased tissue pressure and an erection. Valves prevent the blood from flowing back out through the veins (which would cause a venous loss of pressure), and the resulting hardness persists until stimulation stops or ejaculation occurs. This blood flow process is led by nervous and hormonal triggers activated when the brain is stimulated by touch or other stimuli; such brain signals can be suppressed by anxiety couple eating healthy lunch A healthy lifestyle can prevent erectile dysfunction since the problem can be caused by preventable conditions such as diabetes and vascular disease. Normal erectile function can be affected by problems that compromise any of the following normal physiological contributions needed for an erect penis: Blood flow Nervous supply Hormones. Vascular causes that affect blood flow, and neurological causes that affect nerve signals are the major medical causes of erectile dysfunction, often due to the underlying disease processes of atherosclerosis and diabetes Smoking and diabetes often cause atherosclerosis, and this narrowing or 'clogging' of arteries in the penis is the most common vascular cause of erectile dysfunction Diabetes can also lead to neuropathy - damage to the nerves. Diabetic neuropathy is a common neurological cause of erectile dysfunction, as is nerve damage resulting from various types of surgery around the pelvis. Less common neurological causes are stroke, a type of epilepsy (partial complex seizures), multiple sclerosis, non-diabetic neuropathy, and spinal cord injury Reducing well-established risk factors for diabetes and atherosclerosis inc
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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vymarex com What causes erectile dysfunction? How does an erection happen? The veins that allow blood to leave the penis are only so wide. During an erection, the blood vessels that let blood into the penis relax and widen (dilate). This lets more blood in – more than can escape – which causes the sponge-like tissues of the penis to swell and harden. Complex biological mechanisms are involved in allowing these blood vessels to relax and redirect blood to the penis. Your thoughts and senses (touch, hearing, smell and sight) influence a part of the brain that can trigger an erection. In addition, hormones and other substances determine how your nerves transmit ‘sexual signals’ and how blood vessels respond to the received signals. Arousing thoughts or nervous mechanisms (eg, touch reflexes) are two ways an erection is initiated. What causes an erection to fail? Erectile dysfunction occurs when sexual stimulation or arousal (you may still ‘have the urge’) does not result in sufficient blood flow to the penis. For most men there is a physical or medical reason for this, for others the problem is related to thoughts or emotions. Even when there is an initial physical reason, a man may still feel anxious about having sex, and this can compound the problem. Physical & medical reasons Recent illness, such as a heart attack, or injury to the brain or spinal cord, can be a cause. Many other medical conditions can also lead to nerve damage or reduced blood supply to the penis – the most common of these is diabetes (men with diabetes are much more likely to have problems with erections). Other factors that can reduce blood flow to the penis include: excess alcohol smoking use of social drugs such as marijuana, cocaine narrowing of blood vessels caused by a high blood cholesterol level medications - wide range such as in Table 1. Any concerns, discuss with your doctor for possible alternatives.
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