Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a serious neurological disease. It’s also the most common autoimmune disorder affecting the central nervous system. There’s no cure for it as of right now. It’s a long-lasting disease that affects your brain, spinal cord and your eyes. There’s a wide range of potential symptoms and it’s one of the worse diseases out there.
People with MS oftentimes suffer from sexual problems, because MS damages nerve pathways in your spinal cord. So, the ability to get aroused/stay aroused and person’s ability to orgasm can be dramatically affected. According to the recent studies, over 70% of people with MS reported that their sex life had worsened ever since they learned about their diagnosis. Other surveys and studies suggest that almost 92% males and 73% females may suffer from sexual issues caused by MS. On top of MS’ ability to damage your nerve pathways, there’s a great degree of emotional changes involved. After learning their diagnosis, people rabidly lose self-esteem, they go through severe, crippling depressions, etc.
Male patients usually have trouble with maintaining/getting an erection, i.e. they get erectile dysfunction. The number one solution for ED is oral medicine, the likes of Viagra, Cialis and Levitra. The most effective and safe one, according to years of clinical research, is Cialis. Even its generic tadalafil version is way more effective than the other two. If the aforementioned generic treatment is not successful, people try different approaches and/or combine them. There are some drugs that you can inject, it’s applied directly to the penis. There are vacuum devices that use air pumping to cause and erection that lasts up to thirty minutes. If nothing of the above works, there’s a last-ditch effort that always works: implants. With these you will be able to get erections mechanically.
Obviously, sexual issues in patients suffering from MS are a serious issue that isn’t going anywhere. Sadly, not too many people are willing to talk about it. That’s why it’s strongly suggested you try something “light” first, i.e. generic type. Sexual issues and ED in particular can worsen one’s life quality and it’s not worth the risk.