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Why doesn't my penis get fully erect even after touching ?

I dont know when these things started to happen but I realised something was wrong about a couple of years ago.My first problem is erectile dysfunction ,My penis used to be rock hard but now it cant get in erect state without me touching it (and even if i touch it it doenst go in fully erect state).Now I discovered that I have a problem at my anus too, I cant feel the right side of it and when i try to push the stool to come out i dont quite feel my anus reacting instead I m feeling tight at my belly area and sometimes I urinate instead. Is it a nerve problem , if not then what is it? Thanks for your time and sorry for all the gross information i gave you, I m embarassed. I m the one who posted the following question in yahoo I got some answers is anyone of them right? if not then what do i have? link -- WWW.WWWW.WW
Asked On : Fri, 2 Mar 2012
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Hi welcome to H.C.M.Forum. what is missing is your age. at puberty it erects with out touching and sight stimulation, due to sudden testoron entry in the body. as it gets accoustomed starts erecting after mental, tactile and sight stimulation. as you had the change suddenly probably you are confused. consult a general physician, he will do neurological need to have drugs for anxiety. thank you.
Answered: Fri, 2 Mar 2012
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