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My penis feels dead, can only half erect with handling then the glans turns up ,it will not get any stronger and becomes a bit painful , masturbating really is just uncomfortable, can come but very poor flow . The flaccid state is much smaller than before ,feels like my penis has little or no substance, Had a few small kidney stones over the last few months . No sex for the last 2 years and dont have a partner. Urinating no problems other than some dribbling at the end. Feels like the glans has some sort of blockage erection wise , No discharge .. I am 62 ,circumcised ,have not had any erection problems before.or VD . Doctor has told me this year that I have very low blood sugar level . HyPOglaecemia . drink a lot of very doubtful thai beer,which allegedly contains formaldehyde or other unpleasant preservatives . I am 62 and have gained 15 kgs in the last 2 years .
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replied September 7th, 2012
Should add that I get a slight stinging sensation urinating and feel the need to go quite often, hmmm , I realise that I am getting on a bit , but this has come on rather suddenly ,!not gradually as I would expect at my age. Any help or advice appreciated.
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replied October 5th, 2012
Hi. My boyfriend and I have been struggling with this for 10 years. It has caused depression, suppression of his libido (due to pain avoidance) and problems in our relationship due to avoiding sex. GOOD NEWS THOUGH! You don't say how old you are, but my partner is 56, and has BPH - enlarged prostate - although he is in excellent health and a vegetarian runner, non smoker, non drinker. For almost a decade he has had every test imaginable done, and all we got was doctors scratching their heads. Cut to last year when he switched primary care physician, and had a new set of eyes looking at his record. She sent him to a specialist who told us what we've been longing to hear: "Oh, I know exactly what this is." (no one wants to be a medical anomaly - what you really want is something routine!) Yesterday his specialist did GREEN LIGHT LASER SURGERY - look it up. Used a laser to burn away swollen tissue in the uretha and right through to the prostate wall, then THROUGH the prostate wall and broke up PROSTATE STONES. We'd never heard of these in all our research. Like kidney stones they form an obstruction gradually, but are usually asymptomatic. When they get large though - they obstruct the semen from being released into the ejaculate, it backs up and forms more stones. When do you feel this obstruction? When there are contractions.....upon ejaculation! Get checked for this! This has been a life-changing thing for us. Such a relief!
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