Impotence is the inability to sustain sexual activity, which can result in a condition called impotency, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
The condition is caused by the failure of the autonomic nervous system to properly control the heart rate and blood pressure, the CDC says.
Symptoms can include weakness, headaches, fatigue, muscle weakness, or numbness in one or both arms.
Symptoms of impotentness are more common in older adults, as well as in women who are obese and have diabetes.
Impotency can also cause a woman’s breasts to protrude out and cause a nipple clump, according the CDC.
Impotent men often find it difficult to get erections, or have difficulty ejaculating, according a study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
Impotsence affects one in 20 people, according, according with the National Institutes of Health.
If you have impotenseness, there are some things you can do to reduce its severity.
One strategy is to take a slow, deep breath and try to focus on your breathing, which should become more relaxed.
It’s also important to take short, deep breaths during sexual activity and to make sure your partner doesn’t catch you in the act.
Another strategy is wearing a mask during sex.
If the symptoms are mild or severe, try to reduce the frequency of sexual activity.
If there is any kind of discomfort, try taking the test again.
Some men may have a harder time having erections and ejaculating than women.
Some women may be unable to have an orgasm, while some men may not be able to orgasm at all.