3 Effective Yoga Poses For Managing Erectile Dysfunction

Infertility treatment by doing yoga

Dealing with infertility is as challenging for males as it is for females. Male infertility accounts for nearly 40 per cent of the total cases of infertility and affects almost 7 per cent of the male population. Infertility in males can be due to a number of reasons and these include erectile dysfunction. Marked by the inability to achieve or maintain an erection at the time of intercourse, ED is a common problem that is usually experienced by men when they are stressed. Experts from the leading infertility clinic in Noida suggest that ED is triggered by problems with blood flow, hormonal abnormalities, and underlying health issues like diabetes. Since stress and anxiety lead to further aggravation of the problem, it is very important to manage these.

While a lot of people resort to the use of medication, others prefer meditation. There are a lot of alternatives to medicine and research has shown that yoga, too, can prove to be very helpful in managing ED. In fact, a study conducted on a group of 65 men has clearly shown significant improvement in sexual function after they practised yoga for 12 weeks. This not only involved their ability to attain an erection but other aspects of their sexual life as well.

In this blog, we have highlighted 3 different yoga poses that can help in the effective management of ED, with the help of the leading IVF treatment doctors in Noida.  

  • Paschimottanasana

Commonly referred to as seated forward bend, the pose is really helpful in relaxing the pelvic muscles and enhancing blood flow. It also helps to relieve mild depression and anxiety

Steps involved

  1. Sit on a yoga mat with your legs in front of you. You can use a folded blanket or pillow for support.
  2. Keeping your arms straight, bring them over your head, reaching toward the ceiling.
  3. Inhale and lengthen your spine
  4. Bend forward as you inhale, while hinging at your hips.
  5. Try to rest your belly on your thighs, rather than touching your nose to your knees. This will help to keep your spine straight
  6. When you come to full extension, hold the position for some time
  7. You can hold your ankles or shins for assistance.  


Also referred to as standing forward bend, Uttanasana is used in many yoga routines. Since it involves a lot of stretching, it can help to release stress and stimulate organs present in the pelvic region and the abdomen

Steps involved

  1. Stand on a mat with your hands on your hips and relax your body in mountain pose.
  2. Exhale and bend your torso forward to lengthen it
  3. Touch the floor in front of your toes with the help of your fingertips, while keeping your knees straight. If you are not able to reach the floor, hold onto your elbows by crossing your forearms
  4. Hold the pose for 30 seconds to a minute. Try to lift your body as you inhale. Make sure that your head and neck are relaxed at all times.

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  • Baddha Konasana

Commonly referred to as Bound Angle Pose or Butterfly Pose, it helps to stimulate the prostate gland, bladder, kidneys and other organs present in the abdomen, along with stretching the inner thighs and groin.

Steps involved

  1. Sit down on a mat with your legs extended in front of you.
  2. Slowly bend your knees to join the soles of your feet
  3. Exhale and move your heels towards your pelvis, then drop your knees on either side and press the soles of your feet together
  4. Grab your toes, ankles or shin or bring your arms behind you with your fingers pointing towards the wall behind you.
  5. Try to hold the pose for 1 to 5 minutes and focus on lengthening your torso while you do so.

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