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YOU NEED TO DISCUSS: This with your doctor. It is a sign of possible issues in your urinary tract. ...Read more
Here are some ...: A reasonably developed 25-year man would very unlikely have ED except having inherent mental or/& physical disorders - congenital or acquired after injury, disease, surgery, etc. So, collect & bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, & progress of poor erection + personal general and sex history, lifestyle, drug overuse, misuse or abuse if any, etc. to urologist for ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You need to see: urologist. He/she can assess and treat your situation. If one doesn't do it, find another. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Urge incontinence without stress incontinence, frequent thirst, frequent urination, waking frequently to urinate. Tested neg for diabetes. What is it?
No: No reason why it should.Get a more detailed answer ›
Likely BPH: Frequency and post-void dribbling can be symptoms of benign prostate enlargement, although there are many other possibilites. Being that you are a 65 year old male, BPH is a likely diagnosis, although you should have a urinalysis to ensure no infection or diabetes and a post-void residual urine determination as well as a prostate exam. Another possibility is overactive bladder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too hard erctions while asleep, viscous drops before urinatn, sex fantasies, erectns in ofc, too many erections too frequent single never had sex?
May be: normal. Seek help if fantasies become disruptive ...Read more
It is possible: Diabetes does cause frequent urination and it is not uncommon to present as more noticable night time voiding. An enlarged prostate is another common cause of frequent nighttime voiding. To check this, simply see a doctor and have a blood and urine test done. If diabetes, better to find out and start being treated. Same to be said for an infection, enlarged prostate etc. ...Read more
Find the cause first: To assess if one's erections have weakened, he should visit a primary doctor, who can check for possible causes: stress, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, low testosterone, artery disease, high cholesterol, smoking, older age, etc... Causes found can be treated to help make erections stronger, firmer, longer lasting. A urologist can evaluate. Meds like viagra, cialis, or Levitra (vardenafil) may help. ...Read more
25 yr old male. Loss of energy, headaches, always tired, can't focus or concentrate, frequent urination, erection impotence. Possible problems?
Complex pattern: In your age group, age 25, these problems raise the specter of connective tissue disease and autoimmune disease like lupus and vasculitis. Your history does not include diabetes or congenital disease. Discuss with your doctor. He may have already explored these possibilities. ...Read more
No, but...: Sexual activity neither makes a person weaker nor stronger. However, poor sexual activity habits that lead to diseases such as infections and psychological problems will indeed make a person (man or woman) weaker. Choose wisely. ...Read more
BPH: It does not affect the prostate one way or the other. ...Read more