Erection Problems

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by gator_keeper_17, Sep 18, 2008.

  1. gator_keeper_17

    gator_keeper_17 New Member

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    For the past few weeks I haven't had an erection. I am 19 so I am worried. I masterbate alot(at least once a day sometimes twice), and I get hard when I manually stimulate my penis. It just hasn't gotten hard on its own. Do you think I should layoff on the masterbation and porn. My doctor checked my testosterone levels and she said they were fine

    Im worried so please let me know
     
  2. QuiteOne

    QuiteOne New Member

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    I believe you are saying you're not getting spontaneous erections anymore. I think I stopped getting them in my early twenties although I can't remember for sure. As long as everything is working correctly I suppose you shouldn't worry.
     
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    focus on something else other than your dick for a while & I think you'll be ok...

    you've been to the doc & things checked out, right?

    so lay off the porn & the jerkin for a bit...go to the gym or play some sports or focus on your studies...

    when the time comes that you need little gator to pop up, I'm sure he will rise to the occasion with no problem...
     
  4. Eisenhower

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    Be wary of doctors who tell you your testosterone is "fine." Ask for your numbers and then compare ... a 19 year old male should have Total T in the neighborhood of 500+, more likely in the 800 range. 99 percent of docs will look at a testosterone test and if the number falls within the lab range of "normal" (which is usually 300-1100), they say, you're fine. You should be in the upper quarter of the lab's normal range at your age.

    So, it may be fine, but find out the number.

    Eisenhower
     
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