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why did i get a erection after jogging?

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Dr. James Lin
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Here are some ...: What you experienced has happened to all young men's life one time or another, and implies you still have enough energy, ability, & testosterone - even after jogging - to sustain free-flowing circulation and to induce sexual arousal even under a fleeting thought of sex or seeing sexy images of females. So, enjoy your vitality but put into good use so to prepare yourself to be functional...

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A 29-year-old female asked:

I mis3periods, but had symps.Went to gyn, he said IV period but stuck.Did curetag.Becos languag, I culdnt undestand why hapnd.Not preg, tak pil2regulate.?

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Dr. Annette Fineberg
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Probably yes: You should have had blood work to see if there is a fixable hormonal reason why you are skipping your periods. In general the pill is an excellent and safe way to regulate your periods. I recommend either asking more questions (maybe going with a list or a friend) so you understand your treatment better. It is unusual to do a D&C for a "stuck" period. Usually that can be treated with medicine.

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