In fact, many people actually do not have ED but have always fantasized about being an ED patient. Below is a set of data for everyone. If you have ED, you are not alone. In the United States alone, there are 20 million men with varying degrees of ED. That is, 2 out of 10 men have ED. The most frightening thing is that they should not actually have ED, which can be cured if treated.
Myth 2: Once you have ED, you are helpless.
Fact 2: ED is almost always successfully cured by doctors. Many people can confidently enjoy a good sexual life after receiving treatment.
Myth 3: ED is all caused by psychological factors.
Fact 3: In fact, most ED is caused by organic lesions rather than psychological factors. ED is often a symptom of a underlying disease, which means that you have a different disease that can cause you to develop ED. ED can also be a side effect of drugs.
Myth 4: 50% of ED patients do not go to the hospital.
Fact 4: In fact, only 10% of ED patients go to see a doctor. Although many patients have ED, they are embarrassed or unwilling to see a doctor to discuss this sensitive topic. This is not something that should be done. Because the vast majority of patients have successfully treated ED under the guidance of trained doctors.
Myth 5: ED occurs naturally with age and is irreversible.
Fact 5: This is the biggest misconception about ED. Treatment for ED can now enable the vast majority of men, regardless of their age, to enjoy a good sexual life.
Myth 6: ED should be a secret that only you know.
Fact 6: If you have ED, you should discuss the issue with your sexual partner, otherwise it can strain the relationship between the two. If ED persists, you should see a doctor. Because ED is often the initial symptom of underlying organic diseases.
Myth 7: ED means the loss of male status.
In fact, ED is a very common clinical symptom and a normal phenomenon rather than a major disease, which does not mean the loss of male status. In addition, many men can overcome ED. Thousands of men are currently receiving treatment for ED and starting to enjoy a good sexual life again.
(Intern Editor: Huang Jiazhen)