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Remedies For Inability To Sustain An Erection
Can a UTI cause erectile dysfunction? It burns when I pee and I can't sustain an erection. No STDs.
Here are some ...: I don't know how to answer this Q for a 1-yr male. But generally, erectile dysfunction (ED) is not directly related with UTI, but which may exert anxiety leading to fear to perform through misunderstanding. So, get a checkout to ensure no UTI and investigate what may be identifiable contributing factors for your ED through detailed Hx, exam, and tests as needed so to deduce possible Dx for Rx... ...Read more
Why don't men want to go to doctors? My husband has inability to sustain an erection, and I feel I have to drag him in to be seen. What will happen to him without treatment?
Nothing and alot: Many men are embarrassed and ashamed to have to see a physician. In fact, "nothing" will happen if he is not evaluated, and "everything" can happen - ED is a barometer of an individual's overall health. He could have depression, underlying diabetes or vascular disease, .... If left undx'd/treated these conditions could hurt him in he long term. You could wind up divorced. He should seek help.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: Sorry but i can't figure out if you're female (patty) or male. Regardless, inability to sustain an erection is known as impotence or erectile dysfunction. This is common in men as we age, especially if our lifestyle choices are not ideal, eg smoking excess alcohol, etc. Obesity, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, depression can cause ed. So can medications. Time to go see family doc. ...Read more
Ideas: If he can't sustain an erection with his favorite "adult" images or fantasies -- and he may or may not tell you -- he needs to get with his physician. Hemochromatosis and prolactinoma are only two possible concerns. Otherwise, agree that for two weeks you will not attempt intercourse but work on finding other ways to give each other physical ; emotional pleasure. Explore well ; problem self-cures. ...Read more
Many things: Including stress and other psychologic issues. But other things including medications, vascular, hormonal and neurologic issues can contribute too. If you find this to be a particularly bothersome issue, consider reviewing this with your doctor to better define what may be the issue(s) at hand for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes: Ed is a very common in males. However, in a 23 year old, a workup is warranted to find a treatbale cause. This may be due to a physical cause or psychological factors. Causes may include varicocele, hypogonadism, or hormonal imbalance. Routine blood studies and a physical examination will identify potential problems and help tailor a specific treatment. ...Read more
Yes: To a small extent, yes. A large penis is often not as rigid as a smaller one when erect. See, you have something to be thankful for after all. ...Read more
What to do if i'm 20 years old, diabetic and for the last two weeks i can't sustain an erection help!?
Erection: Make an appointment to see a Urologist!! ...Read more
What do you suggest if i'm 20 years old, diabetic and for the last two weeks i can't sustain an erection help!?
May be...: Inability to sustain erection to complete intercourse indicates the coherent working ability of your muscles, nerves, and circulation for erection has slowly depleted to the level not capable enough. Such a process is a lifelong making and moves in a highly variable pace among individuals, and related with the combination of genetic factors, lifestyle, diseases like dm, drugs, etc. See urologist. ...Read more
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