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The Erectile Dysfunction: A Public Health Problem Results of A Survey
Until the early 1990s, male sexual disorders, poorly defined syndrome,polyétiologic and insufficiently explored, were grouped under the misnomer, impotence or sexual impotence. One could suspect a hormonal deficiency that blocks erectile stimulation or neurological dysfunction that prevents the èrection.we could have thought of vascular insufficiency filling or emptying of the erectile bodies or a lack of emotions that inhibits all momentum of cohabitation. The term impotence signed more disability with sometimes devastating effects on masculinity and the future of man. Since the 1993 Convention of the National Institute of Heath on impotence , this term has been replaced by the erectile dysfunction (ED), which seems more appropriate to describe the male sexual disorders. This international consensus naming confirmed in ICED 1999 and ICED 2003 is defined as the permanent or recurrent inability to obtain and / or maintain a penile erection sufficient for satisfactory sexual performance. Since then, several international scientific studies have identified the causes of erectile dysfunction and contributed to the emergence of sexual medicine crowned by the declaration of the WHO in 2006 on sexual health. The prevalence of ED in varying degrees is evaluated in World Series between 17% and 52% (MMAS and NHSLS) .According to the same series, the annual incidence increases with age (30 ‰ in the fifth and 46 ‰ in seventh decade), the educational level and above risk factors such as obesity, lifestyle, diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease.