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Posted by: Naz | 2011/03/24

Husband losing interest in sex

My husband is 32 and complained about a decrease in his sexual appetite. He''s also losing rigidity in his erection and complains about pressure on his bladder. Should he a doctor, or are these fairly common symptons

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Dear Naz,

I would suggest that he does consult a Dr for a physical check up since erectile dysfunction can at times by symptomatic of other medical concerns that could be underlying such as metabolic syndrome, high blood pressure and diabetes to mention but a few.

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Posted by: sexologist | 2011/03/24

Dear Naz,

I would suggest that he does consult a Dr for a physical check up since erectile dysfunction can at times by symptomatic of other medical concerns that could be underlying such as metabolic syndrome, high blood pressure and diabetes to mention but a few.

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