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Premature ejaculatio: I'm not sure of your question but if you're asking about premature ejaculation, it's fairly common. There are many ways to help men last longer w/o taking medications. But if practice doesn't make perfect, ssris (antidepressants) such as paroxetine are useful. I've written more at http://alvinblin.Blogspot.Com/search/label/premature%20ejaculation. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, that is why they are bald. ...Read more
Klinefelter's : The karyotype of 47, XXY is diagnostic of klinefelter's syndrome. Tall stature, small testes, testicular failure, and gynecomastia are seen in teen boys and men. Often, behavior problems are also seen in these patients. This is fairly common- seen in about 1/500-1/1000 births. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, all males can experience erectile dysfunction. This is a multifactorial condition that can occur in any age group for various reasons. If this is a new finding or if the patient is very young, it would be appropriate to see your physician for a general workup as there may be physiological condition that may be treatable and correct the problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are heterosexual men more at risk for HPV associated oral cancer than men who have sex with men ?
Yes: Trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted disease from a parasite called Trichomonas Vaginalis. Most often women become infected by penis to vaginal contact or vaginal to vaginal contact. It reportedly can infect the mouth & anus but can NOT survive in those areas. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Male 34 no sex drive, struggling with erections, small testicles, Gynomastia from puberty, but testosterone levels are normal at 750 ng/dl ?
This is very serious: Testosterone levels are only one part of the picture. I suspect you have a prolactinoma in the pituitary gland, but other possibilities include a mutation affecting androgen receptors, XXY, hemochromatosis, and a few dozen others. I'm a lab specialist and the labs are the least reliable part of most workups. I hope you find the cause. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer