Can a kick to the crotch cause erectile dysfunction.(17)

Posted by pleasehelp234 @pleasehelp234, Feb 7 9:26pm

My little brother (16) has been intentionally hitting me in the crotch for the last month doing it 7 times in that time period today admitting it's intentional. It has caused no issues up until a week ago to put this in perspective I was to be human viagra up for multiple hours always waking up with morning wood since his last two kicks(not sure this is relevant but we do martial arts these and the last two kicks was him kicking as hard as he could) my erections aren't as strong when I do get them, I'm not waking up with morning wood, they go away very quickly and there is a slight aching in my testicles. I was just wondering can blunt force trauma cause erectile dysfunction if so is it temporary?

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I don't know about the ED, but I do know that little brother that gets away with it 7 times will continue until he doe's it to someone who gets even permently.

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I googled your question….Cleveland Clinic says that trauma to the testicles from a kick… can be a factor in ED. There are many other results from trauma that you should be aware of. If I were you I would end the practice of letting this happen as soon as possible.

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@pleasehelp234
I hope your brother has been adequately punished for his cruel and irresponsible behavior.
I'd go to the ER since urology appointments can take time and have it checked out to rule out any serious and potentially permanent injury, especially if your testicles are painful, swollen or painful. Your erection issue is reason enough to seek medical attention.
Jake

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There is now also a pain in the base, above the base and a inch down my penis hope to get this looked at. Erection functionality has not improved as of now.

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@pleasehelp234
I'm sorry to hear your still symptomatic. Having pain and inability to have normal erections should be in indication something is wrong and to be examined by a physician. Certain testicular conditions are time sensitive to treatment, at least successful treatment. Don't procrastinate seeking medical attention.
Jake

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You need to be seen by a urologists ASAP! Trauma to your manhood can have some devastating effects on your whole body. Stop your brother from doing this or do the same to him so he learns it hurts!

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hi man i know its an old topic but i have the same experience, did you manage to find the cause or a solution to this? i'll really appercaite the response.

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