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Psychogenic impotence

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Psychogenic impotence as a Disease

Psychogenic impotence: Type of or association with medical condition Impotence.
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Psychogenic impotence: Related Diseases

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Psychogenic impotence as a subtype of Impotence

Impotence (medical condition): Inability to attain or sustain an erection.

Impotence (medical condition): Impotence or "erectile dysfunction" is the inability to attain or sustain an erection for long enough for sexual activity. About 70% of cases of impotence are actually caused by an underlying disease, such as diabetes or kidney disease, rather than a mental or physical problem. Secondary impotence from various drugs and medications is common. Physical damage from injury or surgery is another common cause of impotence. Psychological causes of impotence are estimated to be only 10-20% of cases. Although psychological aspects such as anxiety and fear of sexual failure are commonly associated with impotence, they are not usually the real case, but are a reaction to having impotence.

Impotence: Impotence is a consistent inability to sustain an erection sufficient for sexual intercourse. Medical professionals often use the... (Source: excerpt from Impotence: NIDDK)

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