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How To Treat Female Sexual Dysfunction Quickly
See a Sex therapist: Female sexual dysfunction is diagnosed by an interview with a sex therapist or perhaps by your ob-gyne or pcp during an office visit. There are 4 categories of female sexual dysfunctions: hypoactive sexual desire disorder sexual arousal disorders orgasmic disorders sexual pain disorders. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Female sexual dysfunction can result from a variety of medical and psychological issues, including menopause, which may cause vaginal atrophy from a lack of estrogen and other medical conditions. Psychologically there may also be a variety of causes from childhood trauma to prior experience with lack of trust or even feeling unattractive. You may want to ask ...Read more
Support : Masturbation can be necessary and healthy, it is not always an addiction. If it is truly a problem for you find a way to support your desire to stop. Support groups and/or individual therapy can work. There are lots of reasons that people develop masturbation addictions, you need support to find out what's going on with you and to know if you have an addiction. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Sorry: I do not know what pst is but I do know what ssri is. This is a medical issue. There are many psychotropic medications that interfere with your libido. Check with a medical doctor such as a psychiatrist and see if your medication can be changed to something that will allow your libido to function normally. ...Read more
Lifestyle modificati: Erectile dysfunction typically precedes heart disease by 10yrs or so. So do those things that are healthy for your heart (and brain!) which should improve your penile health. For instance, don't smoke, don't drink to excess, exercise regularly, eat healthy, treat diabetes optimally, etc. Don't bother w/"natural" or "herbal" dietary supplements which have not evidence of effectiveness or safety. ...Read more
Another thought: Premature ejaculation is sort of 'in the eyes of the beholder.' I'm presuming it's a problem for one or both of you. There are some antidepressants that can sometimes cause a delay in ejaculation. Paxil (paroxetine) is an example. This requires a thorough talk with a doctor experienced in this area. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Go see your doctor: Before your 1st visit, see if you can fix anything on your own. How's your stress level? Work? Money? Family? New/old relationship? If you're not happy w/your partner, then it will be very difficult to get excited. Do you smoke? Quit! Do you drink to excess? Cut down. Are you overweight or obese? Regular exercise, good nutrition & enough sleep will do wonders. Then go see ur doc re medical issues. ...Read more
PE is Very Common: Premature ejaculation affects more men than impotence. The normal time from penetration to ejaculation is around 2 minutes. Some men cannot delay ejaculation after penetration and some cannot even penetrate first. Numbing creams and "distraction" methods work when used. Kegels are unreliable. Using ssri meds off-label for pe works. Male on top works best for controlling stimulation for the man. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Figure out cause: To combat something, you need to uncover cause. Erectile dysfunction is often due to stress whether relationship, financial, work, family, etc. It can also be due to tobacco, excess alcohol, obesity, etc. Some diseases & medications can cause/aggravate ED such as diabetes, high blood pressure/cholesterol, depression. Go see your family doc. Consider trial of Cialis or Viagra (sildenafil) if none of above apply ...Read more
No.: At your age loss of sensation should not lead into anything else. Are you circumcised? Are you on any medications that might cause loss of sensation? Over what time period did you lose sensation? i.e. sudden or over months to years? Any known trauma? Were you born with any urological problems or previous surgery? These are important questions to know. Talk to your doc or urologist. ...Read more
How long it might take to get testosterone production back to how it used to be after pre-diabetes recovery, and improve libido and erectile function?
There are specific: techniques that a sex therapist can teach you. Check w/your doc to make sure you are ok medically and he/she may have a referral. Some clinical psychologists specialize in sex therapy. Please check the background of the person you go to, i.e., look for license. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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