What is impotence?

Impotence in men is defined as a condition that leads to unsatisfactory sexual intercourse due to the inability to initiate or maintain an erection.

This situation may occur intermittently, but it is considered a problem only if it repeats for more than 50% of encounters over six months.

Issues with erection are increasingly common in young men, unfortunately prompting seeking help only when the situation progresses, accompanied by psychological and physical manifestations of the underlying problem.

Navigating the Realities of Impotence, from Causes to Compassionate Treatment

Normal sexual activity has numerous benefits for the body.

It’s essential for enjoyment, intimacy with a partner, and various physiological advantages resulting from sexual intercourse.

Therefore, if a man is impotent, he will experience not only physical manifestations but also psychological consequences.

Impotence is a common condition that can develop at different stages of a man's life.

It’s estimated that every tenth person faces erectile dysfunction at least once, and by 2025, around 322 million men will likely experience some form of impotence.

As the number of affected individuals is rapidly increasing.

It is crucial to highlight the causes of impotence, its symptoms, and treatment methods so that no man feels lonely or embarrassed.

A urologist's examination is necessary because an impotent man may have cardiovascular or other diseases.

It is time to break taboos and emphasize the importance of impotence prevention and treatment.

Treatment of impotence at Uronova Center

Treatment primarily involves addressing the underlying cause, with non-invasive methods offering the best results without surgery or aggressive intervention.

The most effective treatment for impotence, performed without surgery and pain, is through FSWT targeted therapy, a revolutionary procedure for improving blood flow in the penis.

Uronova Center is the ideal place for treating erectile dysfunction. The expert team is led by Dr. Milan Višekruna, a urology specialist with extensive experience in impotence treatment, supported by Director Nenad Nešić, achieving significant success in addressing erection problems.

Schedule an appointment at Uronova Center and take the first step toward a healthier life.

Impotence - Symptoms and How to Recognize a Serious Problem

When it comes to impotence, symptoms are clear and manifest as the inability to achieve and maintain an erection.

Erectile dysfunction is confirmed when the condition repeats over a specific period, affecting normal sexual relations.

In addition to these basic indicators, premature ejaculation and decreased libido often occur, impacting not only the individual but also the partner and, frequently, the entire family.

Symptoms of impotence vary, both depending on the cause and the progression of the disease. So an impotent man may experience various manifestations.

Causes Leading to Impotence

If the diagnosis confirms impotence, causes are divided into two main categories: physical and psychological.

Whatever the primary cause, it will have both physical and psychological manifestations, creating a barrier between the two.

  • Psychogenic Impotence in Men
  • Psychological causes of erectile dysfunction are present in about 10% of cases.

    A urologist will determine if there is a physical problem and may recommend psychological counseling, which can significantly help in treating impotence in men.

    Men often experience feelings of lower self-worth, fear of social rejection, shame, and avoidance of discussing the problem, making it challenging to undergo an examination.

    Overcoming this barrier often leads to problem resolution.

  • Physiological Causes of Impotence in Men
  • More frequently, the causes of potency issues lie in physical factors, including:

  • Cardiovascular diseases (40%)
  • Diabetes (33%)
  • Hormonal imbalance (11%)
  • Neurological problems (10%)
  • Injuries (3-5%)
  • Anatomical problems (up to 3%)

All these physical causes over an extended period also create psychological difficulties.

Therefore, counseling with a psychologist is always a good option. However, treatment also requires addressing the physical aspect of the issue, bringing a solution.

Impotence in Young Men and the Necessity of Lifestyle Changes

Even younger men aren’t immune to potency problems, and an increasing number experience difficulties in achieving and maintaining an erection.

Other problems, such as premature ejaculation and sudden loss of libido, often accompany impotence in young men.

The first step in treatment is a change in lifestyle habits that affect potency. It is essential to focus on:

Quitting nicotine and alcohol intake

  • Cigarettes and alcohol are significant issues that leave lasting consequences, destroying blood vessels and weakening the heart, ultimately leading to erectile dysfunction.

Weight loss and increased physical activity

  • Reducing excess weight is crucial for improving libido and potency because obesity is a precursor to the development of other diseases, including impotence. A healthy, balanced diet can help, along with physical activity, which is essential for anyone with impotence.

Increased physical activity and sufficient sleep

  • More physical activity and proper sleep contribute to a healthy cardiovascular system, impacting potency. There is also an exercise program specifically targeting better penile blood flow, enhancing sexual life.

Stress reduction

  • Stress is a libido enemy and creates psychological barriers to normal sexual relations. If every day is filled with stress, and one cannot cope with it, it will lead to erectile problems in both young and older individuals.

Kegel Exercises

  • Kegel exercises for better erections serve to strengthen the perineal muscles between the anus and the penis.

Contraction of these muscles for 5-10 seconds in sets of 10-20 repetitions several times a day will strengthen the muscles and promote better blood flow.

In addition to Kegel exercises, strengthening pelvic muscles can help achieve and prolong erections.

Simple contractions of the muscles at the base of the spine, in a sitting or lying position, bring excellent results and help maintain a strong muscle mass, ultimately leading to improved penile blood flow and a quality erection.

Natural Remedies Contributing to Improved Potency

To cure impotence, natural remedies are a necessary part of therapeutic protocols, providing an effective way to improve male potency and alleviate problems.

Herbal supplements are an excellent way to strengthen blood circulation without harm to the body, using vitamins and minerals to enhance potency.

Don't be ashamed; many people struggle with impotence.

Prevent disease progression, discover the cause, and preserve your health. Don't let impotence affect your life; treat it on time and change your life for the better!


Schedule an appointment and consultation with urologist Dr. Milan Višekruna at phone number 062 616 804.

The entire treatment program consists of 6 painless 20-minute therapeutic procedures conducted once or twice a week, depending on the doctor's assessment of the degree of dysfunction.

The cost of each therapeutic procedure is 25,200 RSD.

The cost of the examination is 6,000 RSD.