At first glance, they seem to have no connection. However medicine has shown that it is not, and under a global view of the human being and his health, the different aspects of our body affect each other.
Hepatic health can interfere even in sexual life, with the liver being one of the sickest organs in Chileans and one of the main reasons for medical consultation.
Before continuing to investigate the relationship between these diseases, it is necessary to explain what sexual impotence is, for this article, we will talk about male sexual infertility.
Classically, sexual impotence is understood as the repeated inability of a male to achieve or maintain an erection firm enough that allows him to keep a satisfactory sexual relationship. This in general terms, however, there are several aspects that fall outside this definition that are important to mention when having doubts about whether you have this diagnosis:
- Some men have problems with an erection and who can sometimes have sex, that is, the failure can be sporadic, and therefore they can believe that they do not suffer from any disorder.
- It is not necessary to have sex to realize that a problem of impotence is born; the diagnosis is possible even in patients who do not have a sexual life.
- A man may be in an initial stage of infertility but still be able to achieve penetration.
That is why the current trend is to recommend that the male population consult when they present the first alterations in the erection even when they can practice the sexual act.
If the patient consults up to the moment when he is unable to maintain a sexual relationship, it may be too late in the sense that the arterial damage can be in advanced stages and even irreversible.
For all the above, we have to understand that impotence usually occurs as a process in which the man gradually experiences a loss in the erection until reaching the maximum expression of this dysfunction which is the permanent inability to maintain a sexual relationship.