A 37-year-old member asked:
which could help with male impotence or libido?
2 doctor answers
Dr. Joel Feiner answered
56 years experience Psychiatry
Get consultation: The issue you are asking about is often a symptom of depression or anxiety. It you often feel sad or nervous; if you are having sleep problems or appetite problems; if you are also having trouble with work, school or relationships, then see a psychiatrist for a consultation. If you don't have other symptoms, see a psychiatrist anyhow!
Answered on May 7, 2016
Dr. Laurence Levine answered
40 years experience Urology
A check up: Ed or libido problems can be due to physical causes (usually vascular insufficiency) there are many medical problems that may cause these problems which can be readily diagnosed by a urologist interested in sexual medicine. There are also psychological contributions to ed as well. Finally low testosterone may be the culprit here which is easily assessed by a blood test.
Answered on Aug 5, 2015
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