Impotence has been a huge issue for men in this country for a very long time, and for good reason.
According to the United Nations, the male-to-female ratio in this world is currently 3:1, and even in developed countries like the United States, which has more women than men, the ratio is less than 1:1.
As a result, the majority of male victims of impotence are unable to fulfill their sexual needs and feel powerless.
As such, many men turn to a number of illegal and even dangerous practices to satisfy their urges, including using prescription-strength testosterone (TST), erectile dysfunction drugs (EDDs), and various types of sex toys.
If you’re a man who suffers from impotency, here are some things you need to know about it.
Impotency affects the ability to get an erection, ejaculate, or have an orgasm.
According the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the most common symptoms of impotent men include inability to get erections or ejaculate (which are signs of a sexual dysfunction), and loss of sensation in the penis, which is usually due to the erectile function failing to function properly.
As men age, they lose the ability for normal erections and ejaculations, and the inability to climax, which can result in impotent states.
According a 2015 study, nearly one in five men ages 50-69 have had impotents, and many more are sexually active, but do not have a reliable sexual partner.
Many men with erectile problems also suffer from impotent behaviors, such as excessive sexual activity or excessive masturbation.
The most common form of imposter syndrome, or impotently sexual behavior, includes: Fingering the penis