Organic impotence defines an erectile dysfunction, in which physiological causes act as a factor causing it, for example, these or other urological diseases, endocrine disorders, etc. can be attributed to them. With this pathology, its slow progression is noted. From time to time, a man notices that at the right time he does not have an erection, and an increase in these failures is gradually noted. And if before such problems with erection did not occur, then as the violation progresses, it takes a lot of effort to appear. Organic impotence in a man can be combined with the preservation of sexual desire for a partner, moreover, the appearance of an erection may be accompanied by subsequent ejaculation. However, there is also the possibility that during intercourse this disorder can cause sudden relaxation of the penis. Signs of this type of impotence also consist in the fact that spontaneous night and morning erections are completely absent in men.
In general, the accepted types of impotence exist in such variants as psychological impotence and organic impotence.
As for the next option, in the capacity of which psychological impotence stands out, it is, accordingly, accompanied by psychogenic factors. In particular, these are mental disorders in the form of neurosis, depression with a concomitant neurotic state, etc. Signs of psychological impotence, or, as it is commonly defined, cortical impotence, are the sudden onset of the disease, as well as the presence of spontaneous nocturnal and morning erections.