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What should be done to overcome partial erectile dysfunction and varicose vein ?

my age is 31. I got married on May 2011. I face problem in sex. During sex, my penis is not getting stiff enough. When I touch my left testicle] I feel pain . I am facing varicose vein . On my legs I can see the bulging vein but not that big. I am using socks as directed by the doctor . Could u pls help me to overcome this difficulty? Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 11 Feb 2012
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Hello.Welcome to HCM forum.Most probable cause for lack of stiffness in your penis during sex seems to stem from the fear of hurting your testes during sex and subsequently getting pain.Other reason may be lack of sufficient foreplay resulting in decreased arousal.You must get an ultrasound testes done and consult a urologist for the diagnosis and subsequent surgery for varicocele,if it is there.There can be various other reasons for pain testes which can be diagnosed on ultrasound testes or CT of testes,if required.Thanks and good luck.
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