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Posted by: rakibul | 2010-10-29

sex problem

i have urinate problem,yhe passage of urinary is thin &  i have sexual problem i feel no sexual attraction now?

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To diagnose and treat the urinary problem, it is advisable to consult with your family doctor as it could be something easy to treat eg a simple bladder infection. But you will need to do some tests and exclude any other underlying conditions. This may be a start to helping with your sexual problems so i suggest treating it first and then we can deal with the problem of sexual desire which can be due to both psychological and medical conditions both of which may require different types of treatment.

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Posted by: rockit | 2010-10-30

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