Erectile dysfunction, a consequence of health problems

Any medical condition can affect sexual desire and libido. For example, a low libido may be associated with:

-Heart disease


-Thyroid disease: – where the thyroid gland does not produce enough hormones


-Major surgery

-Talk to a doctor or specialist if you think your low libido may be the result of an underlying medical condition or treatment.

-Chronic diseases

The existence of chronic diseases such as chronic pain, makes sexual desire quite reduced.

Some chronic diseases, such as cancer, can reduce sperm production while other chronic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol, chronic lung, heart, kidney and liver failure can affect libido.

If you have a chronic disease, talk to a sexual health counselor and your partner about ways to deal with the problem.

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