The term “erectile dysfunction” (ED) refers to a condition in which a person has trouble getting or keeping an erection. It is often linked to psychological or physical health issues, or a mix of the two. But worries over one’s penis size, sometimes known as “size anxiety,” may be a different problem that impacts one’s self-esteem and level of sexual fulfillment.
Heart disease, diabetes, hormone abnormalities, psychological issues (such as stress, anxiety, and depression), and certain drugs are often linked to ED.It has more to do with the physiological and psychological components of sexual performance than it does with the size of the penis.The main goal of treating ED is usually to address the underlying reasons. Medications, dietary modifications, and psychiatric therapy are just a few of the helpful therapies that are now accessible.