Arousal »

… a number of reasons such as;

Imbalanced Hormone levels, particularly with regard to Testosterone which is believed to figure significantly in arousal in both men and women.

A reduction in response capability induced by the natural ageing process.

Illness, surgery or injury which results in significant pain, fatigue, disfigurement, etc.

Medication used in the treatment of illness.

Misuse of “recreational” drugs such as alcohol or “hard” drugs. …

Andropause »

… , except that it does not directly end fertility.

In men, the production of the hormone Testosterone gradually decreases from about age 60. This has generally been accepted as a part of a normal ageing process and it is usually without notable impact on their physical condition.

It has been argued by some however, that there can be a significant reduction in the level of ‘free’ testosterone in quite young men – from 35 – 50 years of age – as well as older men and that …

Your Prostate »

… which is described in the ejaculation section of this site.

Other medications limit Testosterone production to shrink the prostate. Side effects here can include a decrease in Sex drive ( Libido ), difficulties with ejaculation or with gaining erections (ErectileDysfunction). Where medical procedures do not help alleviate the problems being encountered then surgery to remove all or part of the Prostate might be carried out (prostatectomy). Again, side effects can include …

Prostate Cancer »

… which is described in the Ejaculation section of this site.

Other medications limit Testosterone production to shrink the Prostate. Side effects here can include a decrease in Sex drive ( Libido ), difficulties with Ejaculation or with gaining erections (ErectileDysfunction). Where medical procedures do not help alleviate the problems being encountered then surgery to remove all or part of the Prostate might be carried out (prostatectomy). Again, side effects can …