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Old 05-26-2005, 12:41 AM   #1
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What kind of doctor do you see for male sexual problems?

Hi! My fiance and I are experiencing some problems in the bedroom. I wanted to know what kind of doctor you can see for that (erectile dysfunction, lack of interest). Are there gynocologists (sp?) for men? Thanks!

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Old 05-26-2005, 02:05 AM   #2
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Re: What kind of doctor do you see for male sexual problems?

He should start with his regular doc for a check up...then if there are other problems that need to be assessed his doc may send him to a urologist who specializes in "the equipment"...chances are though his doc will be able to diagnose and help.

 
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Old 05-26-2005, 10:17 AM   #3
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for male health issues, you will see your M.D. and you will be referred to your UROLOGIST. A urologist is a male health professional doctor who specializes in male health issues (sexual infections, genital health, reproductive health).

You can also see an alternative practioner. There's a book that's great for men "HEALTHY PROSTATE IN 90 DAYS" by Dr. Larry Clapp also a book MULTI-ORGASMIC MAN.

I heard someone in Hayward is doing this. Kaiser Hospital of Union City referred me.

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Re: What kind of doctor do you see for male sexual problems?

Try to find an Endocrinologist that specializes in hormone problems.

Then he should ask for a complete series of tests for male & female hormones. Men & women have & need both kind. But sometimes they get out of the correct ratio.

Men should have 10 times more testosterone than women & women should have 10 times for estrogen E2 than men.

A prescription for a compounded testosterone gel will up the testosterone levels, if that is the problem. If you are planning on children then ask the doc to try HCG first. That will increase the natural testosterone & sperm from the testicles. Sometimes the pituitary does not secrete enough of LH & FSH hormones to stimulate the testicles enough & the HCG will do that.


Good luck.

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Old 05-27-2005, 07:21 AM   #5
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Re: What kind of doctor do you see for male sexual problems?

Just to clarify input from "Nuturist": A "urologist" can either be a male or female physician who specializes in the urinary system. This would include prostate issues, incontinency issues, erectile dysfunction, bladder problems, bladder cancer issues, urinary tract issues, issues related to urethra, etc. in men. In women, the physician could also treat most of the above issues excluding prostate, erectile dysfunction issues, etc. (for obvious reasons.)
Ultimately, you should begin with your primary care doctor who can then refer you to a urologist, endocronologist, or therapist who can assist with the problems. You insurance may dictate that you start with you primary doctor who will refer you to others. chris

 
Old 05-28-2005, 09:59 AM   #6
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Re: What kind of doctor do you see for male sexual problems?

AnonUser,
This can very depending on where you live. In my community they have a clinic called "the Men's Clinic". It is ran by a Urologist but it has a variety of doctors, urologist, and counselors. They deal with a variety of mens issues including vasectomy etc. If you do not have a men's clinic. A good place to start of course is your doctor or a local urologist. Unfortunately, due to doctors specializing today -- you will be seeing a team of people. More than likely, it will involve a Urologist for the biological/medical issues and a Counselor (Psychologist or Psychiatrist) for the emotional issues. Your family doctor can decide the best plan and make the necessary referrals. He/she may even know of a clinic or group of doctors that deal with these issues. Best of luck to you. Hope you find the right team.

Best reguards,
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