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Developing a support system to improve quality of life for erectile dysfunction in prostatectomy
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Developing Supporting System to Promoting and Enhancing Quality of Life In Erectile Dysfunction (ED) After Prostatectomy Name Lecturer Course The research Problem One of the most inevitable aspects of the human life span is aging. What makes aging a great issue within the health community is that it brings with it numerous degenerative diseases and conditions.
For example, females have to deal with menopause and all the complications such changes in the body bring about. For males, one of the conditions most have to face is erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction (ED) involves the inability to maintain, or even achieve, an erection that is adequate for satisfactory sexual intercourse (Black & Hawks, 2009).Although some temporary cases of erectile dysfunction have been documented in males, these can be attributed to factors other than the degeneration of the human body. What is clinically relevant for healthcare providers as well as researchers is erectile dysfunction that involves a consistent failure to achieve and/or maintain erection which affects around half of all attempts at sexual intercourse. It is a common problem affecting men and thus impacting on the quality of life and their partners. This result into fear, loss of self esteem (self image), self confidence and depression (Aversa et al, 2004).It has been estimated to affect more than 150 million men with only 20% of men seeking medical attention (Aversa et al, 2004). In USA it affects between 20 to 30 million with risks of development being high with increasing age (Hellstrom et al, 2002). ...
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