What are the Physical Causes of Sexual Problems?
Diseases of the heart, vascular and circulatory system: hypertension, elevated blood fats, conditions leading to arteriosclerosis, aortic aneurysm, heart failure.
Kidney and urological diseases: Peyronie’s disease, chronic renal failure.
Liver Diseases: Cirrhosis.
Lung Diseases: Respiratory failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Hereditary (genetic) diseases: Kleinfelter syndrome, structural and congenital diseases of the penis.
Nutritional disorders: Poor and unbalanced nutrition, vitamin deficiencies.
Diseases of the hormone system: Diabetes (diabetes), pituitary gland diseases, adrenal gland diseases, thyroid gland diseases.
Nervous System Diseases: Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, spinal inflammation, spinal cord injuries.
Poisoning: Lead poisoning, pesticides.
Other: Radiation treatments, pelvic fractures, any systemic disease or condition that disrupts the general condition.