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Can A Man Still Get Satisfaction If He Has Erectile Dysfunction
Inability to attain en erection denotes a lack of physiological energy and ability to timely fill penile corporeal tissue with blood for its high-pressure circulation. To discovery when and how to treat such, go to http://formefirst.com/ED-Rx-options.html & other articles in the category of Sex life, ED. Besides, the info in Basics of Self-Care could be ...Read more
Sure!: Orgasm is not dependent on either erection or ejaculation sometimes, viagra (sildenafil) or one of its cousins help with achieving orgasm even without erection due to the stimulation of the penis, scrotum, testicles, and what ever else he likes. Enjoy. He is fortunate to have you and your interest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Remember, 50% of causes of erectile dysfunction are emotional - anxiety, depression, ptsd - and as such can be experienced in younger people without any medical conditions. As well, younger men may have testosterone deficiency which can affect both desire and performance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It could be possible that a man with erectile dysfunction ejaculate in a woman and get her pregnant?
My Friend is experiencing erectile dysfunction. He used a pill called Dexamethsone, and one of the side effects was 'loss of sexual ability' hence the weak erection.. he wants to get treated and cured, he can still make love sometimes though ?
Not sure what the: actual question is. Please resubmit and clarify. Thank you. ...Read more
Bad health etc: Erectile dysfunction can be either psychological (induced by stress) or physiologic (due to poor health). Stress comes in many different forms: work, money, family, relationship etc. Poor health can be manifested as smoking, drinking to excess, lack of physical activity, chronic health conditions such as diabetes, high cholesterol, etc. Some drugs also cause ED. Go talk to your family doc. ...Read more
Same as in older man: By definition, erectile dysfunction is the inability to attain and/or maintain an erection adequate for sexual activity to such a degree that it causes distress. Age is irrelevant in the definition but distress is a requirement. If the lack of an adequate erection does not cause stress, then you don't have erectile dysfunction, regardless of age. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varies: This varies dramatically with other signs of vascular illness. It is certainly possible to have erectile dysfunction in the 30s and 40s. Cigarrette smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood pressure medication, peripheral vascular disease and heart disease can all hasten the onset of organic erectile dysfunction. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Try again!: Time to get back in the saddle. It helps if you have an understanding & sympathetic partner. Better yet if you're in a positive & supportive relationship w/said sympathetic partner. Also, if you smoke, stop. If you drink to excess, stop. If you don't exercise, start. Chances are your failure to launch was a one time issue. However, performance anxiety can make it recur. Ask your family doc 4 help ...Read more
Commonly: Many diabetics develop both neuropathy and vascular disease, both of which contribute to erectile dysfunction. Fortunately, there are ways to treat almost every man with e.D.: pills, penile injection (injection-erection), vacuum erectile device (pump), and implantable prosthesis. Many men suffer in silence. They should be encouraged to ask for help, speak frankly with their doctors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is always: possible, but very unlikely to occur this quickly at your age. Psychological causes or medications are much more likely. Discuss w/your doctor. Also begin to eat less and exercise more to lose weight and consider medication to prevent progression to diabetes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a long-term exposure to vapors of certain chemicals (e.G. Acrylic acid) cause an erectile dysfunction in men?
Doubtful: Despite the 'pop' idea that 'chemicals' cause everything, if this were the explanation the same thing would be happening to the other men who work the same job. Erectile dysfunction has a variety of causes. If your favorite thoughts / pictures / videos / partner(s) don't get you hard like they should, a full checkup including hemochromatosis and prolactinoma screening is in order. ...Read more
Erectile dysfunction doesn't really affect your health and you should learn to live with it and be a man about it, right?
Erectile dysfunction. My boyfriend think he has it because sometimes during sex he will get soft and will not get hard again for the next 30min. ?
Young: Erectile dysfunction has many causes. If he is young then most common cause is anxiety related - " performance anxiety" etc. pathological cause like venous disease or arterial diseases can exist as we grow older. If it is the former case,seeing a psychologist, urologist or psychiatrist might help and best - his partner making him comfortable ...Read more
I've Erectile Dysfunction. I'm 28 and not able to satisfy myself and my wife. As soon as i start, i get discharged immediately. Please suggest medicin?
Here are some ...: Apparently, you have premature ejaculation(PE), which happens to more than 25-35% of men with a wide degree of severity, and its potential solution remains the same: Slow down the pace and decrease the depth of penetration; give ample foreplay to partner so to match her course of sexual arousal to yours; judicious applying topical numbing cream; try SSRI to slow down ejaculation. More? Ask Doc... ...Read more
Yes: Erectile dysfunction is a normal process of aging. The incidence begins to rise when a man enter his 30's and 40's. The degree of severity that a patient experiencses is variable. The severity depends on the overall health of the patient, medications taken, exercising, other other comorbidites such as diabetes and hypertension. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Yes, all males can experience erectile dysfunction. This is a multifactorial condition that can occur in any age group for various reasons. If this is a new finding or if the patient is very young, it would be appropriate to see your physician for a general workup as there may be physiological condition that may be treatable and correct the problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Family doc: If you're suffering from erectile dysfunction, go see your family doc. For better or worse, you won't be 1st patient w/ED. There are many pharmacologic options to treat ED, although most are not inexpensive. But 1st look for causes such as stress, whether work, money, family etc. If you smoke, quit. If depressed, get that addressed. Shed belly fat. Ask family doc to review med list for instigators ...Read more
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