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Suffering from psychological impotence and varicocele grade 1. Having less erectile motions. Is it curable?

HELLO SIR, I M A 22 YR. MALE AND PROBABLY suffering from psycological impotency. from last 2 to 3 months i m not feeling any sexual exitement or attractipn towards girls. i m having unusully very less erectile motions. i ve recently comleted my graduation and not doing anything special. i m already suffering from varicocele grade 1. is it bcoz of this? is it curable? if yes how?
Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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thanks for sharing on HCM
u r feeling all these for last 2-3 months only
so its acquired
u have a varicocele u said
that may be the cause for that
need not to worry b/c it ll be corrected by surgery
do consult a surgeon
this situation i think also has a psychological background
u r doing nothing spl
so u r depressed a bit
that may be the cause of this psychological impotency
but dont be apathic
try to be confident
u ll get good job
everyone has to struggle in life
try to be confident
u first consult a surgeon get teated for that varicocele
then if needed u should have psychiatric counselling
i think 2-3 sittings will be enough for u
need not panic
thank u
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