Low libido, low sex drive, erectile dysfunction and impotence are related terms but they do not have the same meaning. If you are capable of achieving and maintaining an erection but you have little desire for sex this is a clear case of low libido. On the other hand, if you want to have sex but you are unable to carry on the desire, this is definitely erectile dysfunction (ED).
The causes of low libido can be psychological or physical. Physical causes might be connected to alcoholism, obesity, drug abuse and diabetes. Low testosterone levels and certain prescription drugs may also be connected to low libido.
Some of the psychological/emotional factors that cause loss of sex drive are stress, depression and poor sleeping habits. Other factors are infidelity, performance anxiety and relationship conflict. Any or some of these factors may lead to a temporary loss of sex drive.
Some of the factors that contribute to low sex drive may overlap with other conditions. For this reason, Dr. Charles Runels, MD insists on a complete individual assessment and a clinical assessment before the treatment process. This expert and his team at the Gwinnett County Stem Cell will give you a customized and effective treatment.
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