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Is sleep apnea causing my erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction. Since you have not told us anything about yourself, such as your medical diagnosis, medications, social habits, activity levels, or obesity, we cant answer your question. Please consult a urologist. Read more...

I'm an 18 year old having untreated super high bp, erectile dysfunction, sleep apnea and chronic ptsd. Have you ever known of an 18 year old with so many problems?

Yes, I have. It sounds like you need at least 3 doctors -- a primary care one, a psychiatrist, and a psychologist -- all working together with you on your problems. Using stimulants could possibly explain the hypertension. But if' you're not doing that, i'm sure your primary care doctor will be tracking down other possible causes. Ptsd can cause intense anxiety, but not usually sustained hypertension. Read more...
Yes it happens. However you have the opportunity to get healthier. Share your concerns with your physician. Your doctor can share with you ways to decrease your blood pressure and reduce your sleep apnea your doctor can help you with lifestyle changes to improve your health. Also ask about support and treatment for your ptsd and erectile dysfunction. Read more...
Unfortunately . You are not the only one. You are young and you can get help and get better. Read more...

I am experiencing aching muscles, erectile dysfunction, insomnia, dry eyes, restless (tossing and turning) sleep, mood swings, itchy eyes and freq...

Too general. several general symptoms, and so may be due to several causes, maybe anxiety / depression, need to have good history and physical examination, including medications history, possibly some diagnostic studies too to reach a diagnosis, unfortunately this platform won't be helpful, try HealthTap prime or HealthTap Concierge if you wish if you can't reach your doctor soon, good luck. Read more...

Prediabetic erectile dysfunction TSH testestorene prolaxtin CBP normal now what more test do I need to rule out the cause of e.d no morning erection?

Complete your workup. Even with prediabetes, ED is somewhat unusual in a 31 year old, so I agree work-up is reasonable. So maybe CBP is CBC. The hormone tests you had are reasonable blood tests; perhaps add FSH/LH. Many would do urinalysis and then duplex ultrasound to check penile blood flow. Finally, NPT (nocturnal penile tumescence) might be measured to see if erections occur during sleep which is normal. Read more...