Male penile injury can also lead to impotence. If the male penis is congenital malformation or damaged, it can easily lead to male impotence. What is erectile dysfunction caused by penile injury? The expert explained that:
Erectile dysfunction caused by injury can be divided into three categories:
① Penile injury:
Traumatic detachment of the penis or cancer resection, resulting in penile deficiency or partial deficiency, can lead to impotence. Therefore, after the penis leaves, a consistent stage should be achieved, and local radiotherapy can be used to maintain sexual function for small penile cancer. Blunt injury to the erect penis can sometimes lead to severe erectile dysfunction.
② Congenital malformations:
Congenital penile curvature, double penises, small penises, displacement of the penis and scrotum, bladder inversion, upper urethral fissure, lower urethral fissure, and other symptoms can cause erectile dysfunction due to deformities, curvature, and corpus cavernosum dysfunction, as well as mental impotence due to psychological influence.
③ Secondary penile malformation:
The severity of fibrocavernous lesions varies. Small fiber plaques do not affect function, but can cause pain in severe cases, and varying degrees of penile curvature or deformity can affect erection. Regardless of the method used to treat abnormal penile erection, more than 50% of patients with erectile dysfunction still have it. The reason is the formation of scars in the sponge body after long-term erection, which can also be secondary to various shunt surgeries.
The above is an introduction to the relevant content of "Male penile injury can also lead to impotence", hoping to help you better understand the impotence caused by penile injury. If impotence caused by penile injury is not treated in a timely manner, a prolonged delay may lead to lifelong impotence, so most male friends should pay attention.
The causes of male physiological impotence
Factor 1 leading to male physiological impotence: sexual discomfort
The first is the fear of success, mainly due to negative effects and psychological trauma during development. In the process of socialization, many feudal traditional views from families or society are often accepted, resulting in negative and negative attitudes towards sex; Early experiences of homosexuality or incest; Gender identity or confusion of identity; The role model of parents who are indifferent and lack physical emotions; Parents punish them for exhibiting sexual health preferences during childhood; Mother's excessive authoritarianism harms men's self imagination; The failure of the first sexual attempt brought heavy psychological pressure; All of these make them believe that sex is dirty, evil, or dangerous. Therefore, any sexual success will seriously conflict with their sexual beliefs. Primary impotence often fears success. Secondly, the fear of failure, secondary erectile dysfunction, and fear of failure always worry about not responding normally as in the past, such as anxiety or depression towards premature ejaculation. In fact, more than half of erectile dysfunction patients have a history of premature ejaculation.