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Erectile Dysfunction Due To Typhoid
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
Chelation therapy: Chelation therapy has been used for the treatment of atherosclerosis for over six decades. Ed can be an early sign of atherosclerosis that may involve other organs, most commonly the heart. Although other etiologies must be evaluated, this condition should not be ignored for both physical and emotional reasons. Pad treatment with edta chelation therapy resulted in 85% good to excellent results. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
It can be.: Some antidepressants are associated with a decrease in sexual desire or difficulty achieving orgasm. On the other hand, it's common for DEPRESSION to cause decreased libido and decreased sexual function. Welbutrin is known to have less sexual side effects than many antidepressants. But do talk with your doctor about this. Sex isn't a "frill!" It's part of a good life. LGromkoMD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which type of erectile dysfunction is worse? Ed due to arterial insufficiency or ED due to venous leak?
Eh...: In the old days, the answer would be simple: arterial insufficiency, because there was no meaningful way to increase flow without penile injections, but leak could often be addressed with a penile ring. Now, both are fairly readily treatable by a competent urologist. See one to determine the causes and to what extent the various solutions can help. ...Read more
Can so called "congestive prostatitis" cause erectile dysfunction? If so, how to tackle the problem?
Please get an exam: From your doc to make sure that's what you have. He/she can then treat you. True prosatatis is an infectection/inflammation of the prostate, different from enlarged prostate that older men get. Careful of prostate massage because it may spread the infection, if there. ED MAY be from this or other causes, e.g., circulation, anxiety, etc. Peace and good health. ...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
What is the treatment of erectile dysfunction secondary to psychological trauma due to a distressing sexual experience ?
Sounds a little like: PTSD, but such a dx needs to be made by a sex therapist, or psychologist with experience with sexual trauma. ED, if all physical causes have been eliminated, is largely about anxiety, in your case probably about potentially emotionally revisiting the trauma, triggered by sexual stimuli. The tx is relaxation, sensate focus, and desensitization--standard tx's for anxiety, applied to sexuality. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Because....: Ed always results from multiple factors with aging leading its pack. Persistent long-term high blood cholesterol is known to speed up the process of hardening arteries with no exemption for blood supply to the penis. So, yes, it can... Note: practicing healthy lifestyle without overindulgence will.. More on healthy living? To www.Formefirst.Com to explore more on how to live a long happy life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it possible to reverse erectile dysfunction and or endothelial dysfunction caused in the initial stages of diabetes?
Yes!: I agree wholeheartedly w/dr. Khorsandi. There's no reason to have to suffer from erectile dysfunction if one exercises regularly, eats properly (open to debate but i think most can agree), doesn't smoke, avoids obesity & excessive alcohol. Also, it's important to avoid medications that can cause ed such as Finasteride & dutasteride. And it's important to avoid stress while staying engaged w/partne. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How's vitamin D deficiency causes with erectile dysfunction? Is it related to endothelium damage?
Endothelial damage: Endothelial damage to blood vessels usally has multiple causes. Research indicates that the damage occurs when endothelial cells are in an "inflammatory" state, yet this state is not due to vitamin or anti-oxidant deficiencies alone. Other metabolic factors such as LDL levels and LDL subtypes, diabetes, mechanical sheer stress from elevated blood pressure and genetic factors all play a role. ...Read more
Equivocal: Some trials of saw palmetto vs other agents in prostate enlargement did show lowered libido and ejaculatory problems (not erectile dysfunction) with saw palmetto. http://tinyurl.com/kgv9tdc however, patients in these studies also had prostate problems, which makes it harder to attribute cause for these issues. Many were lost to follow up, so we don't know if the difficulties continued. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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