Best advice about size is to stop worrying about it, as there's nothing proven that can change it. As for ability to last, there are exercises (edging) that can help train you to last longer. Also, it naturally becomes less of an issue as you get older. I hope I'm understanding your questions correctly...View Thread
Masturbation does not make a guy's penis shrink. Erections are not always the same, even when they're rock hard. If masturbation made penises shrink, it wouldn't be as popular as it is. You'll be a lot happier if you stop measuring your erections and just enjoy. Daily masturbation isn't unusual for most young guys at certain times of their life. If YOU think it's too much, try avoiding the situation where you find yourself most likely to do it.View Thread
Exogenous testosterone (such as androgel) will cause testicles to shrink/atrophy while the therapy is ongoing, that might make the scrotum seem smaller as well. You're getting your testosterone up to a good level, though, so you should feel good about that. The testicles will likely return to their previous size if you stop using the supplementation. I assume you're under a doctor's supervision. He or she should have told you about this...View Thread
ED is very often a symptom of something else that is going on in your body, including excess weight, metabolic and nutrition problems, circulation problems, stress-related issues including depression, even problems of the spinal cord/vertebral column. If you have not had a good physical exam, including a complete blood count, metabolic panel and lipid panel, please consider doing so.
Once ED has been experienced, it tends to recur just because it is such a fearsome thing for a man and he becomes psyched out.
You need to have a number of things "ruled out" as a cause, before you just start taking ED meds. Good luck----EugenioView Thread
I've been taking DHEA (25mg) daily for almost 3 months after looking for something to boost energy and libido (no ED symptoms). So far I can only say that I have a slight increase in energy for doing my gym workouts, and more frequent morning erections so I think it may be boosting testosterone a little. I have had some weight gain while taking it (2 or 3 kilos), which I think is mostly muscle from more frequent intense workouts. I haven't noticed any adverse effects thus far. I don't have prostate problems but I understand that would be a contraindication to taking DHEA. My testosterone level was normal when checked shortly before I started taking DHEA, but I decided to give it a try just to see what would happen.
I cannot say yet if I'm "for" or "against" but at this point am leaning "for." I plan to continue for at least another 3 months.
I'm more than 75% sure your problem is psychological. Getting wood but being unable to maintain it is most often psychological/stress/fatigue, etc., whereas the inability to achieve "wood" is more likely physical. I'd say No, it's not an emergency room type of problem.
Remember ED is usually a symptom of some other problem, not THE problem. Even though you eat right and work out, possibly the fact that you're unemployed and uninsured are stressful in themselves. Try to find a free clinic or teaching hospital where you can get a checkup, maybe including some labwork.View Thread
I don't think it's a sign of too much masturbation. I am exactly the same way. I have never been able to ejaculate with oral sex. I often thought it is because I am uncut, and my foreskin and glans are super sensitive. It goes from pleasure to pain quickly. I don't consider it a "problem" really. People are different. Plenty of other things to enjoy.View Thread
The recommendations as to what to do with a PSA of 6.4 depend on several factors, including your age, what (if any) previous PSA results you have had, how long you've been with urinary symptoms, digital rectal exam, your family history, etc.). Prostate cancer is very slow-growing, and 6 months wait is not necessarily unreasonable.View Thread