One in five Hungarian men is unsure that they can achieve and maintain a full erection until the end of the act.
An extensive online survey conducted in May, the Great Potency Test, aimed to assess the incidence of potency disorders among Hungarian male society and how much participants know about the background of erectile dysfunction. In general, 14% of men have sex 4-5 times a week, while nearly a third have sex 3-4 times a week. It turned out that 18% of men have no sex at all, and the older someone is, the more common this situation is: while for adult men aged 18-50 this proportion is only 13-15%, by then, this indicator will rise to 22% in the 51-65 age group, while it will rise to 43% among those over 65 years of age. The results are depressing, as the majority of men, 99.4%, consider a satisfying, active sex life important. But what could be behind the fact that there is such a big difference between the desired state and reality?
20% of men have a potency problem but do not go to the doctor
Dr. Gábor Merth, according to the professional head of urologist at the Affidea Men’s Health Center, on the one hand, men are afraid that they will not be able to perform in bed due to their potency disorders, and on the other hand, they will not see a doctor with this problem due to shame. The expert’s views are also supported by the results of the research. 21% of respondents face erectile problems often or almost always, and one in ten men is dissatisfied after almost every act or quite often after the act. In this question, too, the age of a given respondent determines the level of satisfaction, while in 30 years, nine out of 10 respondents always or almost always successfully close the sexual act, while only 70-60% of men over the age of 50 answered the same. Thus, the potency disorder is present in the Hungarian male society, nevertheless very few people see a doctor. 13% of the respondents have already said that they have gone bankrupt in bed, but because of this they have not turned to any specialist, another 7% know that they need help, but are not aware of who to turn to. At a urologist, only 11% of those affected have had a potency disorder.
Don’t believe your partner or stress is to blame!
“In addition to shame, misconceptions affect men the most in not seeking medical attention with their erectile problems.” He claims Dr. Gábor Merth. According to the results of the survey, it is believed that a satisfying sex life depends most on the relationship, attraction, partner attitude and stress-free life.
However, the urologist sees it differently: “It is true, especially at a younger age, that relationship and spiritual factors are determinants of sex life. However, as someone gets older, the quality of an erection is increasingly influenced by biological factors as well. Examples include changes in hormone levels, harms caused by unhealthy lifestyles, and various cardiovascular diseases. There are serious heart and brain disasters, for example, when they are only indicated by a much earlier potency disorder, so for health reasons, it would be important to see a urologist immediately when something goes wrong in bed! ”
Your urologist can also provide a solution to potency disorders
Thus, according to urologists, physical factors and diseases are often behind the potency disorders. This is often not even suspected by those involved, as research has shown. When asked “What reasons do you think may be behind the potency disorders” were only one in four respondents mentioned the physical background, i.e. illness. Most (42%) blame mainly on mental factors, with one in ten men seeing the fault in their partner, while almost as many respondents simply do not feel like having sex. Dr. Gábor Merth However, research has also highlighted the need not to give up a satisfying sex life and happiness, as experts explore the background to potency disorders and, in most cases, easily help to address the root causes of erectile dysfunction. patient. It is important that men are not afraid of the urologist, not ashamed to ask for help!
The main profile of the Affidea Men’s Health Center is the screening and treatment of urological diseases in men, but they also offer customized prevention and patient care services in several specialist areas. Their filter packs are recommended for men based on age, with the aim of filtering out risk factors for that age and providing a comprehensive picture of patients ’urological and general health status.
Erectile Dysfunction – May affect young people
Source: Napidoktor by napidoktor.hu.
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