Impotence include an erection that is too flaccid for successful vaginal penetration as well as erections that, although adequate for intercourse, last for temporary, short durations of time. Impotent men may also completely lose the ability to gain an erection, regardless of desire levels
Psychological symptoms of impotence may include: Low sex drive Low self-esteem Depression Guilt Anxiety Depression
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