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Can Diabetes Cause Impotence In Men
Possibly: Both hypo and hyperthyroidism can cause erectile dysfunction (impotence). The condition of low thyroid levels (hypothyroidism) is more likely to do so. Furthermore, untreated hypothyroidism can lead to high prolactin levels, that may additionally contribute to sexual dysfunction. ...Read more
Yes to both: Thyroid dysfunction --- either too much thyroid hormones (hyperthyroidism) or too little (hypothyroidism) --- can disrupt the male or female reproductive system by causing changes in sex hormones as well as prolactin. Alterations in sex hormones (testosterone in men, and estrogen in women) and prolactin, can in turn, lead to sexual dysfunction, including abnormal periods, and sexual dysfunction. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Both are not directly linked but may be interacted. Cystitis may generate significant mental and physical discomforts to perform sex. Occasionally, the underlying cause for cystitis such as nerve damage may affect sex function as well. So, how both coexist and interact should be professionally assessed before assuming what they are... ...Read more
Stress, etc., &often: The most common cause in someone without serious health issues is psychologic. Stress is a huge factor, as is the nature of your intimate relationships. However some other causes can be from medications such as many blood pressure meds, diabetes, alcohol, and circulation problems. Low testosterone is less likely in a young person. Find the cause and improvement is likely! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No such thing: There is no such thing as infections in nerves. ...Read more
No: There is no link between masturbation & erectile dysfunction. However, excessive masturbation may make it difficult to achieve orgasm via sex w/partner if you're "used to" specific action/friction/means of achieving orgasm. But do understand that what's excessive to one person might be nothing to someone else. With that said, if you only engage in masturbation, you're at very low risk for an std. ...Read more
Need evaluation ...: Anyone with low desire + soft "small" testes with or without orchitis should have his serum testosterone checked. If low-T was found, do luteinizing hormone (LH), follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), & prolactin, as well as semen analysis if infertility is concerned. In practice, remember exogenous testosterone will suppress sperm production. So, see Doc timely. ...Read more
Low libido: But this is reversible with low dose testosterone supplementation ...Read more
Oxybutynin effects: I understand your distress. Thank you for informing -tight foreskin, pain and use of Oxybutynin. Oxybutynin may cause impaired urination, urinary tract infections, dysuria, and impotence which may lead to your symptoms and anxiety. Anxiety can also be due to pressure to perform sexually and lack of sexual satisfaction. See an Urologist for Diagnosis and Treatment. See a Psychiatrist for Anxiety ...Read more
Not likely!: Most low blood pressure readings are asymptomatic. Drs and nurses sometimes are suprised a a low but healthy reading and will voice that to the patient, who may become concerned. I have never heard of "hypotension" as a cause, per se. Many electrolyte problems can do this. Are you on a diuretic? Other drugs treating BP issues can cause sexual dysfunction. ...Read more
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