I am 36 years old. I am unable to keep and as well get an erection. I have been having this issue from last month. I am not sure why this is happening. Please help.
Thank you doctor,
I was stressed during the last couple of months. Also, I caught my back nerve while working out. Can that be an issue? Please help.
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I understand your concern. Stress is one of the psychological factors that could result in ED. It maybe is one of the reasons for your symptoms. It is the trauma to the pelvic blood vessels and nerves that can result in ED. A trapped nerve in your back related to the gym has to be examined. Examination means finding out which nerve got trapped by assessing signs and symptoms related to it, but you mentioned you had this problem means now it is completely fine and no problem at present. I do not think it could be related; however, it should be examined on visiting the doctor. I believe stress is the main reason for ED symptoms in your case if all the above physical causes are ruled out after taking your medical history. It would help if you found out the cause of stress and overcame the anxiety. Please do not ignore it. Talk to your doctor or, if needed, any counselor to address it. Your doctor may prescribe oral PDE5 inhibitors (phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitor) along with a stress-reduction technique. I would suggest you visit your primary care doctor to address it.
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