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  • ActiveMSers
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    Ah, that problem. Not fun. This podcast just came out from Barry Singer MD, Director of The MS Center for Innovations in Care. He interviewed a couple experts in this department. Give it a listen! -D

    MS Living Well Podcast 11: Sex and Multiple Sclerosis
    JUN 18 2020

    Sexual health is an important part of quality of life for many people. Multiple sclerosis can cause new challenges and disrupt sexual relationships. Positioning options, including pillows and slings, are reviewed that can help overcome weakness and stiffness of legs. Factors that can be reduce a woman’s libido, or sexual drive, are addressed such as medications and hormone levels. Ways to achieve a satisfying sexual relationship with disability from multiple sclerosis are discussed in terms of intimacy and foreplay. Detailed solutions are presented such as stimulation and lubrication to overcome decreased or painful sensations with intercourse.

    Up to 40% of men with multiple sclerosis can have low testosterone which can decrease libido. An array of testosterone replacement options highlighted depending on whether a man still wants to father children or not. Erectile dysfunction treatments discussed in depth including oral pills, intra-urethral suppositories, self-injection therapies, vacuum erection devices and penile implants.

    http://www.mslivingwell.org/2020/06/18/sex/

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  • Alistair Kirk
    started a topic A tough subject for men

    A tough subject for men

    Hi guys

    My MS has given me the awful gift of erectile disfunction. I rise to the occasion for literally two mins and then everything goes soft. With no mission of regaining it again.

    I have tried viagra it did not help in anyway.

    Any other guys suffer the same affliction?
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