Ok, a little info first. I am 48 yr old smoker, slightly overweight. Drink a couple beers occasionally in the summertime. For the last several years I have had a very high sex drive, either having sex or masterbating pretty much daily some days 2 or 3 times a day. About 6 months ago I started losing my erection while pleasuring the wife (oral, vibrator) this has steadily gotten worse and now have a hard time getting an erection strong enough for insertion.The head has also gotten VERY Sensitive which causes premature ejaculation. It is so sensitive that after ejaculation I can barely stand to wipe it off with a towel. My penis just "feels" different, like its softer than normaI and changes size several times during the day. I have also been losing my desire to have sex. I recently had a complete physical, echocardiogram, and treadmill stress test. Everything came back normal. Is this all pretty much normal E.D. or do I need to get more tests done???View Thread
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