erectile-dysfunction-causes-diseases-2

Common Causes of Impotence (Erectile Dysfuction) were covered in previous chapter.
DISEASE CONDITIONS
that cause Erectile Dysfunction
[ED]:
Diabetes, High Blood Pressure (Hypertension) are the commonest causes that can lead to Erectile Dysfunctions. All the disease conditions that can cause ED are listed here.

* Systemic diseases associated with ED

o Diabetes.To Top of the Post

o Scleroderma

o Renal (kidney) failure

o Liver cirrhosis

o Hemochromatosis (too much iron in the blood)

o Cancer and cancer treatment.To Top of the Post

* Diseases of the nervous system associated with ED

o Epilepsy

o Stroke.To Top of the Post

o Multiple sclerosis

o Guillain-Barré syndrome

o Alzheimer disease

o Trauma.To Top of the Post

o Parkinson disease

* Respiratory disease associated with ED: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.To Top of the Post

* Endocrine conditions associated with ED

o Hyperthyroidism

o Hypothyroidism.To Top of the Post

o Hypogonadism

* Penile conditions associated with ED

o Peyronie disease.To Top of the Post

o Priapism (painful, abnormally prolonged erections)

* Mental conditions associated with ED

o Depression.To Top of the Post

o Widower syndrome

o Performance anxiety

* Nutritional states associated with ED

o Malnutrition.To Top of the Post

o Zinc deficiency

* Blood diseases associated with ED

o Sickle cell anemia.To Top of the Post

o Leukemias

* Surgical procedures associated with ED

o Procedures on the brain and spinal cord.To Top of the Post

o Retroperitoneal or pelvic lymph node dissection

o Aortoiliac or aortofemoral bypass.To Top of the Post

o Abdominal perineal resection

o Proctocolectomy

o Radical prostatectomy

o Transurethral resection of the prostate ([TUR] Prostrate Surgery).To Top of the Post

o Cryosurgery of the prostate.To Top of the Post

o Cystectomy

What are the medicines that can cause ED?

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