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Erectile dysfunction post injury to isthma bone - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Erectile Dysfunction
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Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
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please proceed with your query
User :   i am 20 years old and expericening erectile disfunction
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User :   what can be causeing a 20 year old male to have these problems, i had groin surgery on my isthma bone when i was 16 and things havent been teh same since then
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for what did you have the surgery?
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was there any nerve injury resulting after the surgery?what symptoms did you have after the surgery?
User :   i broke my isthma bone in a motorcycle wreck, could that be whats causeing me to not get am erection or to be able to keep one sometimes
Doctor :   the erection of penis depends on two things
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one is the blood supply and vasodilation
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so any problems in these two wil affect erection
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as you have had a history of injury in that area

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it is probable that you have had a nerve damage
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i will suggest you to get it examined by a urologist
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and a sexologist
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to find the reason and solve the problem
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