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Reflexology For Impotence
Good question: It depends on the cause of erectile dysfunction. There are auricular (ear) protocols for impotence and premature ejaculation. I have not used these protocols so I do not have any direct patient feedback about how effective they are. Perhaps a more experienced acupuncturist will have more specific feedback about how well these protocols work. ...Read more
Absolutely: Following pelvic surgery including prostate surgery, the nerves to the penis are often manipulated, injured, or removed. Ask your urologist about penile rehabilitation which includes daily low dose pill (like viagra). This should occur for 1 year after surgery: see this link http://www.Healthymerlin.Com/after-prostate-surgery-patients-need-penile-rehab/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes but . . .: Erectile dysfunction is inability to achieve or maintain an erection satisfactory for sexual activity. In young men such as yourself (27yo), ed is more likely due to performance anxiety or a side effect of some (il)licit chemical use. Excess alcohol comes to mind. In older men, ed is more likely due to blood flow issues. In both situations, prescription medications are available. Go see your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pros & cons: Somewhat effective, more natural but less powerful than viagra/cialis, high potential for side effects & interactions. Can raise bp, cause tremor, nausea or even paranoia. Maoi (monoamine oxidase inhibitor) class of med which interacts with many other rx & otc meds & even foods (tyramine: aged cheeses, red wine, liver) if using, discuss all prescriptions with dr. To avoid possible bad interactions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
20 year old male, good health. Would Cialis negatively effect the prostate if there is no prostate issue since used to treat bph? Used for ed.
ED: There are but they usually are not effective. ...Read more
Could PRP treatment for hair loss( in a young boy)provokes side effects?
Has research found any long term effects?Is PRP,used for many years,safe?
Not scientific: although many claims, the long term safety and efficacy of platelet rich plasma IPRP) is not scientifically proven ...Read more