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What Does A Man Feels Sexually And Emotionally After A Penectomy
It depends: It depends if it is a partial or complete penectomy. Some studies reported that about 67% of men sustained the same frequency and level of sexual desire as before partial penectomy in patients with who underwent penectomy for penile cancer. http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/m/pubmed/16360459/.
Good living: Quit smoking, regular exercise, minimize alcohol, maintain healthy weight. If there are untreated medical conditions (asthma, allergies, prostate problems, etc.), getting these managed can help a lot. Get a full night's sleep! don't use drugs or supplements to increase stamina.See 1 more doctor answer
Waning Libido: Hi this is actually a very good and frequent question I get in my practice. I have found that as we age our libidos come and go, and at times there seems to be no sane explanation. But, libido is a higher functioning need, not as important as food or sleep. So, anything getting in the way such as stress, fatigue, depression or a number of other medical conditions can be blamed.
A number of things: It may be caused by a person's upbringing and the values or parenting style of the mother and father. Emotional or sexual abuse or other life experiences may also cause inhibition. Someone who is interested in overcoming sexual inhibitions may find it helpful to see a counselor or therapist who specializes in that area.
Whatever is right: Humankind is diverse, and there are few one-size-fits-all models. Anyone telling you that a man needs to want thus-and-so, thus-and-howsoever-often is wasting your time. The key is the relationship. When two people are in love, it's essential that they do what they can to keep one another happy / satisfied in every respect. And people vary tremendously. That's the challenge -- and beauty.
Communication: Sexual activity and responsiveness is a form of "communication" non-verbal and verbal. Being kind and considerate in the non-sexual parts of a relationship will go far to improving and preventing problems in this arena..
Any time of life: Most cases of sexual difficulty in men involve poor libido, erectile dysfunction or difficulty reaching orgasm. While it is more common in men over 40, younger men can develop the same difficulties but in those cases, it is usually due to psychological reasons, rather than physiologic. In all cases, treatment is available and is very effective.
Yes.: Sex drive tends to decrease over the years but it does not have to go down to zero!
NO, but.....: Age has nothing to do with sexual desire in most men, But there is a lot of research now regarding "male menopause-Viropause" which is when a man experiences hormonal fluctuations and changes in his reproductive organs as they get older which causes similar symptoms to Menopause. One main issue may be "low T" or a low Testosterone level, so see dr. For eval and testing. Best wishes.
Nerve damage: Both men and women with diabetes can develop sexual problems because of damage to nerves and small blood vessels. Treatments for erectile dysfunction caused by nerve damage, also called neuropathy, vary widely and range from oral pills, a vacuum pump, pellets placed in the urethra, and shots directly into the penis, to surgery. All of these methods have advantages and disadvantages.
Waning Libido: I have heard this from many young fathers. The world we live in today along with the stress of raising and supporting a family can be overwhelming at times. Sexual desires seem to be a secondary human characteristic. So if stressed, fatigued, or just exhausted then sex is probably the last thing on your brain's 'mind'. Rest, exercise or anything to lessen the fatigue will bring back the libido.See 1 more doctor answer
Sexual Perspective: To me, your issue is one of perspective. You describe a sex drive that "looks like a dirty old man." My question is: To whom does it look that way? To you? To your wife or girlfriend? To your children or other family members? To the community? It's important to keep in mind that one person's "dirty old man" is another's vibrant senior with a healthy sexually. Which one are you? And to whom?
Is there a certain age in men and women where their sexual desire is higher? If so what age is it for men and women?
Probably not.: Since sex can take lots of energy, it is natural for young people to engage in sex with great enthusiasm. However that does not mean that as people get older they lose the enjoyment sex provides. People who enjoy sex when young, generally continue to enjoy it as they age. It is "pc" to suggest men are more interested than women, but I think what may be more true is that men are more open about it.
Will a virgin man know if he is impotent? Or does he need to get involved in a sexual activity to find out if he is impotent or not?
Testing: You can not tell if you are impotent by just looking at your ejaculate. Testing would need to be done on your sperm. Most commonly, a man and women who are trying to conceive and cannot, will see a fertility specialist, and a sperm analysis wil reveal the answer regarding the male.See 1 more doctor answer
Does women have more strong sexual feelings and satisfaction level is alo high of women compare to men sexual feeling & satisfaction?
Libido: Libido will vary from person to person, in both men and women. High or low levels of sex drive, libido, is affected by levels of testosterone, in part. Adolescent and young adult males have very high levels of testosterone, in general, and may show a higher sex drive. This may change over time. These are general trends subject to inter-individual variability
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