Modern man, unfortunately, often neglects regular routine medical examinations. The fast rhythm of life, the pursuit of success and big earnings do not leave time to pay due attention to your own body. The neglect of regular medical check-ups is more common among men than among women. Many men are ready to go to the doctor only if something unbearably interferes with their daily life. Also, false machismo often makes men think that if nothing hurts them, then they are guaranteed to be healthy. Meanwhile, our bodies can become home to many diseases, the symptoms of which we do not always notice, especially in the initial stages. It is a regular medical examination that is the most important tool for early diagnosis, which helps to identify hidden or incipient diseases and develop an early effective plan for their treatment.
Do not deny or underestimate the importance of regular medical check-ups and to support male sexual health. In fact, more than half of all cases of potency problems are not directly related to any violations of the work of the genital organs, but to somatic diseases such as diabetes, heart failure, hormonal disruptions caused by excess weight, etc. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3976909/
Of course, if a man is already experiencing any problems with potency, during a regular medical examination, you should tell the doctor this information, and not hide it, considering it something shameful. In matters related to the health of the body, there are no taboo topics and organs, especially since everything is interconnected. For example, even such, alas, a frequent attribute of modern men as obesity in the abdomen, and potency. The fact is that physical inactivity, the use of a large amount of fast food, beer, the lack of regular physical activity contributes not only to an increase in adipose tissue, which is not attractive and far not sexy. Excessive waist circumference of a man says not only that he is forced to buy XXL pants. His male fertility is reduced, as is potency in most cases. Yes, because adipose tissue is a depot of female sex hormones, estrogen.
However, if the problem of excess weight, as they say, is visible to the naked eye, then some body conditions that adversely affect potency and cause erectile dysfunction can only be detected during a particular examination. For example, a similar situation is observed with diabetes mellitus. Too many men do not know that they have already developed this disease until it begins to seriously report itself, leading to serious problems. Often, developing erectile dysfunction is one of the first symptoms of this disease, which is associated with a violation of the functionality of the capillary network of the genital organs. Timely regular examinations, measurements of cholesterol and glucose levels in the blood help to identify this and many other diseases that lead to a serious decrease in potency without treatment. Few people know that even heart failure and high blood pressure can lead to difficulties in bed. Don't wait for the disease to show itself, otherwise you risk more serious and often more costly problems in the future. Meanwhile, with the timely detection of hidden diseases, the possibility of effective treatment of erectile dysfunction and the return of men to a normal sexual life increases many times over. Regular medical examinations may reveal the need to visit a specialized doctor - an urologist, who will recommend the most effective medications suitable for a particular case. Today, these are usually phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors (PDE-5) - pills that are taken by mouth on demand or on a daily basis. All modern PDE-5 inhibitors, from the pioneer Viagra to the newest Avanafil, can be taken by patients with diabetes, and some, namely Cialis, can be taken by men with benign prostatic hyperplasia. In the vast majority of cases, taking drugs against erectile dysfunction in combination with the treatment of the underlying disease allows a man to quickly return to a normal sexual life. The examination will help to identify dangerous diseases of the genital organs in time. First of all, this is true for men over 50 years old, who should at least every year, and it is better to take a PSA test for prostate cancer every six months.