An analysis as to etiology and complaints of 486 cases of male sexual impotence was performed and is presented. Psychological factors are dominant in 68%. Physico-organic or iatrogenic causes accounted for deviations in 26% of the patients examined. Educational factors took an important part mainly in ejaculation disturbances. Primary anejaculation as a consequence of educational flaws occurred in 15% of the patients. Erection disturbances were often the consequence of physico-organic affections. The loss of libido was a real complaint in 19% of the patients.