With Valentine’s Day around the corner, many people are hitting the bank despite the bad economy. Who knows, maybe it’s just what the doctor ordered to uplift their spirits for a change. Speaking of “doctors,” what about those who are physically unable to celebrate? What are their options, and what causes this dysfunction?
We’ll just call it ED, not that I know anyone named “Ed” with this issue, but we’ll use the acronym for those who prefer to be politically correct, but too embarrassed to talk about erectile dysfunction. ED has little to do with the process of aging, per se, although it is more common in older males. When ED occurs, despite being humiliating or embarrassing to discuss with someone who is a licensed and educated medical practitioner dealing with hundreds of cases on a regular basis, the conversation should arise. He probably has more important things in his life than rushing home to tell his wife over dinner, laughing so hard he blows spaghetti out his nasal cavities. Sure there are exercises that can help or even correct ED, but a more serious condition having to do with clogged blood vessels may be the culprit. ED should probably be talked about, if even considered a factor. After all, the longer ED is a secret, the more likely it is someone is going to find out. And getting a handle on ED, may be the best Valentine’s Day gift ever!
On the other hand, perhaps this is God’s way of saying we need to cut back on the population. The planet isn’t getting any larger!