Society and media play an important role in feeding the stigmatized view about male sexual health down our throat. They make it so easy to believe that if you are not having sex or facing some problems in the bed department, there is automatically something wrong with your life. Instead of listening and helping them, we laugh at men who say they have a low sex drive or are facing erection issues. This stigma is embedded as deep in our mind that we spread rumours about our friend being spotted in the sexual health clinic.
We need to accept the fact that sexual disorders are like any other health problems and can be treated with medical assistance. These issues should be treated with care, not sarcasm or ignorance. ED is one of the most common sexual disorders with estimates of over 322 million cases of impotence by 2025. But most of these cases will go unreported because of this stigma around male sexual health. Men feel hesitant and uncomfortable in sharing these issues even with their partner and doctors.
According to doctors, ED can be a warning sign of other prevailing health issues like cardiovascular disorders. This makes it even more important to seek medical help and undergo a proper diagnosis of your issue. It will help your doctor to identify other medical issues in their starting stages and start their respective treatment. It can save you from a lot of trouble as the disorder will not get enough time … Continue Reading >>>