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Did Pregnancy Cure Impotence
If you're pregnant or planning to get pregnant, there are many things you can do to give your baby a healthy start: Regular prenatal visits along with laboratory testing, ultrasounds, prenatal vitamins and immunizations (like the flu shot and whopping cough booster). Now's the time to eat healthy, stay hydrated, and ...Read more
I feel I am suffering from impotence.I am married.Can this be cured. Please let me know as soon as possible i am worried.
Not safely/reliably.: Pregnyl (hcg), when taken by men, mimicks a hormone that promotes testosterone release. For patients with low testosterone, it can be given by injection to increase testosterone and fertility. Off-label use of Pregnyl can be dangerous, so careful monitoring by your doctor is necessary. Homeopathic and over the counter forms of HCG have been banned by the fda. ...Read more
ED: After a thorough urological assessment, those patient with ed are counseled on the various treatment options which include oral medication (pde 5 is), vacuum devices, intra-urethral suppositories, intra-cavernosal injections, malleable and inflatable penile prostheses. ...Read more
Any foods that increase blood flow to penis? any specific exercise that help to treat impotence? or any herbal supplement to cure ED?
Seeing your Doctor:: to diagnose a cause for the problem would be the way to go. See a Urologist who specializes in this type of problems would be best for you. Good Luck. ...Read more
Sorry, but not it...: There are rare instances where impotence has been reported with Famotidine use, but no more frequently than reported with placebo. In fact, the 20mg dose you've taken is a relatively tiny one. Impotence can reflect many problems--hormonal, vascular insufficiency, performance issues, medication & substance-related, etc. A trip to your urologist is your best next step in getting an answer & cure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Erectile dysfunction: First you must know the causes such as low testosterone, illnesses that reduced blood flow to the erectile tissue such diabetes, occlusive vascular disease, taking certain medications like ssri, beta blockers, the presence of mood and/or anxiety disorders and even how emotionally connected you are with your partner. After medical evaluation medications such as levitra, Cialis or viagra. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Drugs!: Assuming that stress (work, money, family, relationship), tobacco, excess alcohol, overweight/obesity, other medical problems, and/or drug side effects aren't causing erectile dysfunction, talk to your doc about PDE-5 inhibitors (lots of pills), alprostadil (injected vs inserted) & yohimbe. External vacuum & ring can work, too. Regular exercise, better nutrition & enough sleep can do wonders. ...Read more
Maybe but it depends: Answer depends upon cause of erectile dysfunction. If it is a matter of medication side effect, stopping offending agent with your prescriber's approval should take of it rather quickly. If it's a result of a minor spat w/your partner which is now resolved, then again, ed is "cured" quickly. However, if ed is due to medical conditions like diabetes, cholesterol etc, need more time. ...Read more
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