My question is regarding Post varicocele surgery problems. My age is 23 years, my weight is 62 kg. I had left varicocele surgery in Feb 2009. The surgery was successful. But from surgery till now i have suffered from UTI several times. Currently i am facing these problems: 1. My sex feelings are not generating properly. 2. There are no erections when i think about sex. 3. I get erections while watching porn or apply some liquid material on my penis. The erection is good in standing position but become very weak in sitting position. 4. I did not get that heat during organsm. 5. Even when the sperm comes out, i get the feeling that some sperm is still there. My penis does not relax well after ejaculation. What is the cause and what should i do???? 6. I also want to ask whether the swelling in the vein will eliminate completely or not. 7. In winter season my scrotum shrinks and penis size is very small.View Thread
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