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History of broken thigh bone. Weakness in leg, difficulty getting erection. Due to operation?

Hi, I had met with an accident 2 years back and my thigh bone was broken. Because of wrong or negligent treatment by the doctors I had to undergo surgery 3 times. Its been 6 months after my last operation and finally i can see the femur bone joining. My left leg is also weak. Recently I met with a girl and we decided to have sex. However I found that my erection is not proper and so faced problem during intercourse. Is it that because of these operations that I had to undergo is the reason for this condition of mine. Kindly suggest how can i have prolonged erection during sex for better climax. it was very embarrassing for me.
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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Hi, welcome to HCM. .
There is no relation between femur fracture operation and erection. Erection is mediated by sacral plexus of nerve. If there trauma at buttocks with injury to sacral bone then erection problems can occurs.
For sex related problems it will be better if you consult sex therapist . You will get proper guidance or medication depending on exact cause.

Hope I have answered your query.
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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