I am a business man who got married about two years ago. Since then, my penis has been getting weaker and weaker to the point that it cannot stand up erect again. I cannot have sex with my wife and we urgently need a child. Please help me.
Chinedu (by SMS)
Factors that can affect a man’s erection include anxiety, stress, hypertension, Diabetes and reaction to some drugs. While you can reduce the stress and tension around you, you may need to see your doctor to check your blood pressure and blood sugar. In addition, you will need to review any current intake of drug, alcohol, cigarettes or snuff if you are currently taking any as of these may also affect your libido. If your doctor is able to confirm that you are free of any underlying ailment, you may need to be on some medications that will improve your erection.
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