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Erectile Dysfunction Treatments

Erectile dysfunction is a complex condition that’s linked to a range of health issues, which makes improving general health an essential part of improving sexual health, as the morefertile PFPs explain. However, certain conditions and substances have a direct role on male sexual health:

Medications

Speak to your MD if you’re taking any of the following:

  1.  Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressants like Prozac
  2.  Tricyclic antidepressants such as Elavil
  3.  Anti-anxiety Benzodiazepines such as Xanax
  4.  Benign prostate hyperplasia drugs (e.g. Proscar)
  5.  Hair-loss medications, including Propecia
  6.  Antihistamines, especially diphenhydramine (Benadryl) and chlorpheniramine (Chlor-Trimeton)
  7.  Anti-epileptic drugs such as Tegretol
  8.  Opioids such as Vicodin, OxyContin, and Percocet
  9.  Beta-blockers such as Propranolol and Metoprolol
  10.  Calcium channel blockers
  11.  ACE Inhibitors
  12.  Anti-arrhythmics (Disopyramide)
  13.  Parkinson’s disease medications
  14.  Anabolic steroids
  15.  Antifungal medications like Ketoconazole
  16.  Heartburn and reflux medication Cimetidine (Tagamet)
  17.  Statins
  18.  Chemotherapy and radiation drugs

Illicit drugs

These also reduce sexual performance and sperm quality:

  1. Marijuana
  2.  Cocaine

Male Sexual Performance and PFPs

Systems Biology technology and the six different PFPs reveal distinct symptoms for a single condition. Imbalances often cause male sexual problems in body systems that may not obviously be connected to sex. The morefertile PFPs make it much easier to understand what you can do to improve erectile function or a lack of libido.

Erectile Dysfunction and PFPs

There are distinct variations in how erectile dysfunction affects men, and the different symptoms are due to which body system is affected most. There are seven recognised PFP variations connected to erectile dysfunction:

  • Hot
  • Cold
  • Energy (Two types)
  • Blood
  • Flow (Two types)
  • Fluids
  • Fluids & Hot
Hot 
  • Incomplete or partial erections that don’t last
  • An excessive interest in sex
  • Premature ejaculation, possible wet dreams
  • High numbers of abnormal sperm, small semen samples or low sperm count
  • Night sweats and irritability that’s worse when tired
Cold
  • Inability to get or maintain an erection
  • Low sperm motility, low sperm count
  • Chilliness in the lower back and knees
  • Lack of energy and enthusiasm, low libido
  • Thin watery semen, chilly genitals, chilly semen
  • Low back and knee aches and soreness
Energy #1
  • The late onset of sexual development
  • The usual male body shape, beard growth and pubic hair are less than usual
  • Erections are incomplete or lacking
Energy #2
  • Normal sexual development but generally an anxious and timid personality, which may be due to childhood or events in life
  • Inability to get or maintain an erection
  • Anxiety, timidity, easily startled and uneasy about intimacy
  • Palpitations, insomnia
Blood
  • Inability to get or maintain an erection, possibly with sexual anxiety
  • Palpitations, anxiety, low spirits, insomnia
  • Pale, dull complexion, forgetfulness
Flow #1
  • Emotional suppression and stress are significant issues
  • Impotence or impartial erections that are worse with stress
  • Emotional depression or tension, low mood and anger
  • Tight chest, achy ribs, sighing, acid reflux
Flow #2
  • This is often the result of trauma to the testes and penis (including surgery), but sometimes due to chronic emotional issues
  • Inability to achieve erections or erections that are incomplete or abnormally short
  • Distension and possible pain in the scrotum
  • Varicocele is a common issue
Fluids
  • Inability to get or maintain a full erection
  • Possibly sweaty scrotum and lumpy testes
  • Excess body weight, abnormal appetite
  • Fullness in the chest and diaphragm/ and or coughing of phlegm
  • Nausea, dizziness, lethargy with a heavy body
Fluids & Hot
  • Inability to get or maintain full erections
  • Damp scrotum, possibly with itching, discomfort and redness
  • Possible discharge from the urethra or history of genital herpes
  • Swollen and achy legs, fatigue especially in the afternoon
  • Dark cloudy urine, loose, smelly stools

A Lack of Libido and PFPs

As with ED, a lack of interest in sex is usually due to issues that affect the whole body. There are three main PFP variations connected to low libido:

  • Cold
  • Tired
  • Flow 
Cold 
  • Lack of sex drive, lack of motivation
  • Generally cold, aversion to cold and cold lower back
  • Sleepiness, fatigue
  • Spontaneous sweating, palpitations
  • Weak or incomplete erections
  • Poor digestion, a tendency to being overweight
Tired
  • Lack of libido
  • Low motivation
  • Exhaustion, sluggishness
  • Loose stools, abdominal distension
  • Tinnitus, dizziness, nocturia
  • Cold, weak low back and knees
Flow
  • A lack of libido that’s worse for emotional distress
  • Emotional depression, irritability and mood swings
  • Tight chestedness, sighing, pain and distension of the flanks
  • Incomplete erections

The best way to improve ED and low libido is to appreciate the problem is usually not confined to the obvious issue. We strongly suggest following the advice for your PFP and the other options as outlined on morefertile®.