Is There A Connection Between Toothache And Genital Disruption?
I want to ask a few months ago I often get a toothache. I went to the dentist. Said the doctor directly patched permanently. But after permanent patching my teeth still hurt a lot. Starting from there I took medicine for toothache. Up to 3 weeks my teeth still hurt. I went to another doctor. I just asked for a tooth extraction. He doesn’t want to. I was given medicine again. Until I just pulled out 3 days. But when I want to pull out my teeth it hurts a lot. So it doesn’t pull out. Then I just had difficulty erecting my genitals. Can be erect but not like a one. What should I do? I don’t smoke. I don’t drink alcohol, please. I am 23 years old dk.Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. But toothache has nothing to do with disorders of the genitals. Even if there is, it is an indirect and nonspecific link, for example because you have a toothache, libido or your passions are down, cannot focus on sexual stimulation and ultimately can't get an erection optimally. This is natural and can happen to anyone. As soon as your toothache improves, you can get an erection as usual.
Therefore, for now it is important to handle your teeth first. Your dentist is not easy to ask you to pull a tooth because tooth extraction is not without risk, and this has only been done when there are no other options besides extraction. Therefore, to arrive at a decision that teeth need to be extracted, you need control routines. So we suggest that you choose which of the two dentists you have visited that is more suitable for you, and continue to check periodically with that doctor. If your teeth are still painful but the medicine has run out, come back. If the medicine doesn't work at all, come back soon even though the control schedule isn't yet. The condition of the teeth that do not improve even though they have been given treatment many times, is one indication for tooth extraction.
Later, if the tooth has been revoked, it has healed, but your erection is still disturbed, consult a urologist to dig in depth history and physical examination and further support to determine the tendency of his condition. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection. So, hopefully answering your question.