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A 19-year-old male asked:

having inability to acheive an erection that means i have penile nerve damage right any guesses ?

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Dr. Joseph Gutman
Internal Medicine 43 years experience
Well...: At the age of 19, unless you have had serious trauma or have a chronic neurological condition, No. The most common cause of erectile Dysfunction is Psychological
Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
I agree, Unless you have a spinal cord injury or have damaged your pudendal nerves & blood vessels by bicylce riduning on a hard saddle for many hours on a daily basis.
Jul 9, 2014

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A 19-year-old male asked:

Does penile nerve damage include erection problems as iam finding it diffic. in achieving or maintaing an erection and sexual satisf. Reduced seriousl?

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Dr. James Lin
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Here are some ...: You might have asked such question but just worded differently. A 19-yr man very unlikely has ED as described except he indeed has suffered from certain peripheral or central nerve diseases, injury affecting nerve / circulation for erection, drug-induced dysfunction, etc. So, try: Avoid sex / masturbation for 1-2 wks; engage in both later but with

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