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Ageing and Sexuality expert
First place I would send you to is a cardiologist - any form of erectile dysfunction needs to be assessed by a cardiologist as ED seen as a symptom of a possible cardio vascular problem - Now you do have a cardio vascular problem- high cholesterol -and medication you are on definitely can be contributing towards your erection unreliability. yet I err on the side of caution and recommend you visit a cardiologist.
delayed ejaculation is not one of the side effects of your statin (crestor5) - however about 80% of the time ED and early ejaculation go together- you might be very anxious about your erection which gets you to have less arousal and thus pre orgasmic. i would also check your thyroid...
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