Prostate and Erectile Difficulties
by Don Martin
Can too much pressure on the prostate cause nerve damage to the prostate and or glans. Can it cause impotence and lack of desire. I saw a dr. in AZ that used prostate massage and discovered two type of bacteria.
I have had this problem for 35 years. No sexual dysfunction, just pain. He did the massage and then had my wife do it for a total of 6 months with a regimen of strong antibiotics.
The pain is gone, but I have lost my desire, my ability to sustain an erection, and lack of sensitivity in the glans. This was never a problem before. I am scared out of my wits, but luckily have an understanding wife.
Is this a permanent condition? Is there anything I can do? I need an answer, either good or bad. Thanks.
Don I suggest you read one of my books that you can find on my site. You have a lot to learn about the causes of disease and the kinds of changes I advocate. Diet is the key. You may think you eat a healthy diet but most people do not.
I cannot imagine that you have nerve damage, just a body reacting to toxins and infections. If you start to make optimum changes to your diet and cleanse then over time you can get healthier and sexual dysfunction can disappear.
But it takes work and dedication to get healthy. All I can say is that for me it sure is worth the effort.
Study all you can and make the changes that I advocate and see what happens.
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