Erectile problemsHi, I had a very minor injury to the nerves in my left eye when I was born causing my eye to deviate slightly inward. It is not noticeable but I was self conscious about it so an eye doctor injected a medication into the nerves in that eye in order to make my eye go straight (I'm not sure if the doctor also used laser treatment near the nerves in that eye?). Then I had something hit my right big toe really hard and the impact of the injury caused the knuckle and nerves and blood capillaries around that big toe to be not in their normal position. This caused a tingling in the nerves in the right bog toe. then I had a football injury where I was hit in the private area (penis area). My entire life my penis has had erection problems where I only have an erection for less than a minute. I think it is nerve damage. Although, I have no scar tissue in the penis area. I may just have early stages of borderline diabetes and diabetic neuropathy? I have never been diagnosed with diabetes but I used to drink alcohol a little bit too much once every two month (binge drinking). The only thing that has helped a tiny bit is when I take DHEA supplements and pregnenolone supplements (therefore I stopped taking the pregnenolone). Although, I have nightmares when I take the pregnenolone because it doesn't agree with my body. I am starting to reach periADROpause and may also need a homeopathic testosterone. But mainly I need something for the nerves in the penis.
Also, I have no pain or scar tissue in the penis area. I just can't keep an erection.
What remedies do you recommend?
sweetflower36 on 2019-03-21
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