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Unable to sustain erection during sex, numbness in penis. Syringomyelia surgery done. Treatment?

i cant sustain my erection and be able to penetrate my partner cause when i try to do it then my penis bocomes flat. In 2009 i underwent 2 surgeries to the problem known as syringomyelia and later they perform shunting. Till now am still having numbness on my right side even on my penis. I dont know if this might be the cause. Also i was doing masterbation for past twenty years and i have never did sex with a girl. Please Doctor advice me what to do
Asked On : Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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Hi,
Thanks for query.
Sex is in our mind & not in organ.
Your syringomyelia surgery has leaves no effect.
Fantasy is different then actual sex.
There are performance anxiety in actual sex.
Just repeat the act many more times without stress or anxiety you must achieved optimum result.
You need not to worry for it.You need not require any medication.
Thanks.
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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