Boston Medical Group knows that there is a misconception among some people that erectile dysfunction (ED) is completely physical; others believes it’s all in the head.
The truth is that it could be either, or a little bit of both.
Of course, whatever the cause, it manifests itself in something that is physical. And to get “technical” about it just for a second, the result is a failure to produce enough blood entering the penis to produce erection through the “hydraulic effect.”
I guess it can’t get more physical than that. Or more embarrassing, which eventually makes it personal and psychological.
Of course, some people can form their own psychological barriers that prevent them from reaching erection, just like those same barriers might prevent us from doing other things.
While this may be more of an ordeal for the individual to overcome, at least in a sense, it is also quite possible to address, because it may be something which you create yourself, to a degree.
Ultimately, and quite likely, there is going to be a strong psychological element anyway, since the physical ailment has its own consequences from a psychological standpoint. Patients who are in this dilemma are in luck, however. Boston Medical Group has, for years, specialized in treating people with erectile dysfunction by attacking the problem from all angles.