Erectile dysfunction (ED) or also referred to as Weak Erection is the inability of a man to achieve an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. The condition can be difficult for a man to deal with because it can cause embarrassment and insecurity due to an inability to perform sexually.
Fortunately for men with ED or suffering from Weak Erection, there are a number of medications, treatments, and therapies that may prevent ED from becoming a long-term condition.
Natural remedies are the most commonly used treatment, these are usually derived from plants and herbs, which some cultures have used for many years. Although there have been very few studies conducted on the safety of these natural remedies, some of them have been found to have side effects that vary from non-existent to mild to severe depending on the molecular structure of a person and his allergies which is why we always encourage you to consult with us first so that we can give you the correct dosage and medicine suited to your body’s needs since this is not a type suits all scenario.
Low Fertility and Sperm Count
Low sperm count means that the fluid (semen) you ejaculate during an orgasm contains fewer sperms than normal.
Having a low sperm count decreases the odds that one of your sperm will fertilize your partner’s egg, resulting in pregnancy. Nonetheless, many men who have low sperm count are still able to father a child.
The main sign of low sperm count is the inability to conceive a child. There might be no other obvious signs or symptoms. In some men, an underlying problem such as an inherited chromosomal abnormality, a hormonal imbalance, dilated testicular veins or a condition that blocks the passage of sperm may cause signs and symptoms.
Low sperm count symptoms might include:
- Problems with sexual function — for example, low sex drive or difficulty maintaining an erection (erectile dysfunction)
- Pain, swelling or a lump in the testicle area
- Decreased facial or body hair or other signs of a chromosome or hormone abnormality
When to visit us
If you have been unable to conceive a child after a year of regular, unprotected sexual intercourse or you have any of the following:
- Erection or ejaculation problems, low sex drive, or other problems with sexual function
- Pain, discomfort, a lump or swelling in the testicle area
- A history of testicle, prostate or sexual problems
- A groin, testicle, penis or scrotum surgery