I'm a thirty year old male who has been experiencing ED for nine years. The situation has gotten progressively worse starting about three years ago. Now, I am generally unable to get a erection. I have seen some of the best urologists in the country to no avail. Following extensive blood tests for hormone levels, MRIs, CT Scans, Doppler studies, RigiScan studies, and nerve studies, I still have no diagnosis. The problem is not psychological, so please do not suggest that it is. Part of the difficulty I'm having is in proving that there is something physically wrong with me, because it is easiest for a doctor to say that this is all in my head. In fact, five days ago my urologist performed a Doppler study on me, complete with the injection to induce erection, and it failed to create an erection for the first thirty-five minutes. After that point, a weak erection was sustained. The urologist said there is definitely something physically wrong, but he also not able to make a diagnosis. Is there anyone out there who can help me? These last three years have been miserable for me. I've actually lost my will to live.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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