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At What Age Does A Healthy Man Lose His Ability To Naturally Keep An Erection
ED: Men may lose some ability to have an erection at any age, but the younger man most likely will have some other medical issue leading to it. Diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, nerve problems, stress, depression and low testosterone may be factors. Any man under the age of 65 with ED should be evaluated by their doctor or see a urologist. Ed may be the first symptom of other more serious problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is the ability for a 42-year old man to get a very hard, healthy erection a possible indication of good heart health? Or are the two unrelated?
May be related : one of the causes of erectile dysfunction is vascular insufficiency and we know that in men with erectile dysfunction it may indicate also coronary artery disease so if you can get a good erection and have no heart symptoms it may indicate good coronary arteries but silent coronary artery disease could possibly be present. ...Read more
What is a normal erection for a 54 year old healthy man on 5mg lisinopril daily for slightly elevated bp.
For a healthy man, during the process of erection, the foreskin will pull itself down and the forehead appears?
Normal: This what should happen.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: If you are not feeling well to begin with, and you are feeling ill, can you simply may not be in the mood. Another possibility is that you have the occasional difficulty with erectile dysfunction that every man has. Amlodipine can also cause sexual dysfunction in both men and women. It's a possibility that number of those factors were at the play. Hopefully it will simply improve with time after the flu is gone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello. Can masturbation hinder erection quality and intercourse ability? How much is healthy in moderation?
Masturbation: A normal part of life is to masturbate- it becomes a compulsion only when it preoccupies your thoughts and time. Your ability to have intercourse depends on whether you have masturbated to the point where you can no longer achieve an erection or whether you would rather be masturbating. ...Read more
It should not: Patients with cerebral palsy usually only have problems with muscle control of usual voluntary muscles. The autonomic function of the body usually works fine but may be somewhat sluggish. Bowel, bladder control and sexual function may be a little difficult but should work okay. It would be reasonable to have a thorough medical evaluation to rule out other causes. ...Read more
What high blood pressure medicines can I take that will have the least effect on a mans ability to get erection?
Never: There is no age range to this. It depends on the woman, the man, and what is meant by "pleasure, " for both. If you mean sexual pleasure, ability to experience this can be affected by a variety of things in both men and women -- including medications and depression. Loss of interest in one's partner can be a different issue, and may come with relationship discord. See your doctor for help. ...Read more