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I'm 48 years old and I am suffering from long lasting erections in the morning that is very painful. I know I have to get treated soon because it's not getting any better. I'm too afraid to go to the doctor.
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Go to the doctor
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It may be embarrassing for you, but it’s completely routine for a doctor. Please do see your doctor.
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(Original post by Cutmasta)
I'm 48 years old and I am suffering from long lasting erections in the morning that is very painful. I know I have to get treated soon because it's not getting any better. I'm too afraid to go to the doctor.
Consult a doctor and get treated. So far I know if prostate gland increases, it may make a man have unusual erection. There could be other factors as well. Whatever the reason, there should be a good solution. Wishing you all the very best.
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