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Problems with erection
Hi, my husband's been facing issues with getting an erection. It's happened a couple of times in the last few months. He's worried that it might be erectile dysfunction. However we are not sure if it's a physical or psychological problem. We want to go visit a doctor but aren't sure if we should see a urologist, gynaecologist or a psychiatrist. Please suggest what should we do next , and whom to consult. We want to sort this out as soon as possible and we are planning for a baby.
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If he has early morning erection then there is no erectile dysfunction. This simple history helps rule out psychological causes. It could be related to stress as well which is common amongst parents trying for a pregnancy.
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Consult a psychiatrist who will help you better.
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