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Recently cured scrotum infection. Feel lumpy, fluids while urinating, lesser erection. Suggestion?

Hi, please i was just cured of scrotum infection, but i still feel the lump in there and one thing i noticed is that i don't feel one egg in there and each time i go to the rest room i see dead fluids coming out of my penis which i suspect is dead sperm due to this and i don't feel erection like that again. please what can be done.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. It is peculiar to have you describe your problem the way you have put in in your question. However, I believe you need some education regarding sex and sexuality and I will try to answer your question. Your problem with erection can be corrected if you are anatomically normal and are having normal erections at other times, including early morning erections which is a normal phenomenon. Assuming all that to be normal, there are medications to help with erectile dysfunction and you need to visit with and consult a qualified doctor to get the medications prescribed. Not all people will benefit from the medication nor would everyone be able to use it. You would need testing done before you are prescribed these medicines. I hope you consult a psychiatrist as well as a sexologist to find answers to your problems with "dead fluids" and "dead sperm" as this would make me think that the problems need attention.

I hope this helps. Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Thu, 13 Jun 2013
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