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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: penis erection
|andrew444 - Wed Mar 09, 2005 12:45 pm||
I was wondering if any doctor can guide me to fixing my erection problems. I have been intimate with my girlfriend since about 6 months ago, and now suddenly, this past month, whenever I have an erection it immediatly goes down, comes back up and goes down, repeadity, making it impossible to be intimate her. Can any doctor or person tell me what's wrong? Thanks!
|Dean M. Mitchell - Sun Mar 13, 2005 2:25 pm||
I am sorry to hear about your erectile dysfunction. The Erectile dysfunction you describe can be due to more intercourse than you can handle or that you have relationship problems (attraction factor). But erection problems are common in adult men. In fact, almost all men experience occasional difficulty getting or maintaining an erection. In many cases, it is a temporary condition that will go away with little or no treatment.
I don't think its to be taken seriously as you are a young man. Ofthen older men experience such diffuculties due to high age which can result in some medical problems.
It can also be due to insufficient foreplay, try some fellatio (male oral sex) before the love act.
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