Dr. Ashok Kumar Choudhary
M.B.B.S., M.D. PSYCHIATRY
Andrology, Geriatrics, Psychiatry, Psychologist/ Counsellor, Psychotherapy, Sexology
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Unfortunately, the information provided at this stage is very limited, and it is difficult to interpret and make conclusions.I request you to post the following details:
- Your age.
- How the problem started, whether it was of acute (sudden) onset or on and off initially?
- How has been the progress of the problem in the last six months?
- Duration of sexual activity and any concern about duration?
- The frequency of the problem in a week or a month.
- What are the factors that increase the problem in the bedroom?
- Factors that relieve the problem, like thoughts, situations, partner, place, etc.
- Do you get early morning or night erections? If yes, how frequent?
- Your marital status and partner details.
- Effect on your marriage or relationship so far.
- Details of medical illnesses other than thyroid issue.
- Medications you are receiving currently.
- Medications you tried till date and their results.
- Any investigations so far carried out and if yes, details of the investigations.
At this stage, I would like to inform you that thyroid is mostly not responsible for erectile dysfunction, and we need to explore additional reasons for same. I am not sure about your age, but if you are above 50 years, you are requested to get the following blood reports if not acquired already.
- Serum testosterone.
- Serum LH, FSH, Prolactin.
- Serum TSH, T3, T4.
- Lipid profile.
- Complete Blood count (CBC).
- Penile Doppler study.
- Semen analysis.
Erectile dysfunction is a complex disorder and needs a thorough evaluation for treatment. I look forward to seeing more details.