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LACK OF EARLY MORNING ERECTION COULD BE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION, SAY UROLOGISTS
Lack of early morning erection could be sign of erectile dysfunction, urologists warm
Medical health experts say not waking up to an early morning erection, especially when this becomes consistent, could be an indication of erectile dysfunction, noting that men should be alert to such a sign.
The experts who are urologists stressed that while it is normal for men to sometimes not see an early morning erection, as it may have already occurred during sleep, this should not persist over time.
According to them, a consistent absence of early morning erection may be an indication of the state of a man’s erectile function.
Erectile dysfunction is the inability to get or keep an erection firm enough to have sexual intercourse. Some men experience it during times of stress. However, frequent cases of erectile dysfunction, experts say, can be a sign of other health problems that need treatment.
One of the experts and a Professor of Surgery, KehindeTijani, stated that men should also be worried if their lack of early morning erection interferes with their sex life.
Speaking in an interview, Tijani, who is also a consultant urologist, stressed that it is not a must for men to have early morning erection every day. Rather, the most important thing is to have a good erection during coital activities.
He however further said that “loss of early morning erection can be a pointer to potential problems with coital activities and even systemic problems involving blood vessels.
“It can be a guide on the state of erectile function of an individual, even though its relevance tends to be over-exaggerated.”
He added that “many normal men do not observe the early morning erection but have no problem with coital activities. The most important thing is to have a good erection during coital activities,” he stressed.
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