Is there health correlation between circumcision and erectile dysfunction?
- Digital OneLv 73 weeks ago
Disclaimer: Answer is for entertainment purposes only. Zero liability
Most of the time No.
If the Doctor sneezed maybe.
- 4 weeks ago
I don't believe there is but I would do some research to get the best information... even if you're circumcised or not circumcised, I would highly recommend using a penis health creme to help. I post regularly to make men aware of products that are available, since I didn't know about them either. They've really helped- and make sure to get one that will guarantee your satisfaction!
- shroudLv 74 weeks ago
NO, you will have to find something else to blame
- MagmaladLv 44 weeks ago
No. It's usually mental, or to do with circulation
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- River EuphratesLv 74 weeks ago
A botched circumcision can cause all manner of problems - but if done properly it should not.
I was fortunate that the doctor that performed my circumcision only took the very tip, leaving most (of not all) of the sensitive nerve endings - as well as enough foreskin to allow it to slide during sex/masturbation.
- 4 weeks ago
Uncircumcised penis is unhealthy.
It causes foul odor, Amgen’s and infection.
- SamLv 74 weeks ago
I personally have not found that to be true.
- Andy CLv 74 weeks ago
Nope. ED is caused by poor neural function, whether in the part (neuropathy) or in the brain (dopamine down-regulation).
Neuropathy from poor diet, poor health, age, or injury.
Dopamine down regulation is the mechanism of self-preservation of certain neurons in the brain that lead to a dopamine imbalance AKA addiction (too much porn, masturbation, etc).
- MarkLv 54 weeks ago
ED is an emotional/nutritional problem. Not a circ one.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
No, but I am sure intactivists will try and make a correlation no matter how far fetched.