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Mr Don
about a year ago when I was ejaculating It felt like something tore in that area and from that time on I have not been able to ejaculate> thought maybe my kegal muscles were weak and also have leaky stools which I just read about.. Also am now probably diabetic. The word on that is not back yet.
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Hi there,
It is possible that you have suffered frenulum tear due to penile injury. A torn frenulum can lead to erection problems.Faecal incontinence could be due to muscle damage or weakness, nerve damage,rectocoele,loss of stretch in the rectum, constipation etc.You will need a clinical examination and tests like anal ultrasound, flexible sigmoidosopy for faecal incontinence. Seeing a urologist for your penile problem will be helpful. Do write to me again.
Best luck and regards!
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Hi Doc. Good day. Got my Hepa Profile. Hope you could help me to interpret on this. Looking forward for your answer. Thank you very much in advance.

HBsAg Elisa    -   0.019  /   0.105 - Non-Reactive
Anti-HBs          -   0.015  /   0.105  - Non Reactive
HbeAG            -    0.010  /   0.105 - Non Reactive
Anti-Hbe          -    2.691  /    0.816 - Non Reactive
Anti-HBc G      -     0.186  /    0.434  - Reactive
Anti-HBc M      -      0.010  /   0.105   - Non Reactive
Anti-HAV G      -      2.996  /   0.846    - Non Reactive
Anti-HAV M      -     0.010   /   0.105    -  Non Reactive
Anti-HCV         -      0.009   /   0.140    -  Non Reactive

REMARKS:  A-Hbe, A-HBc IgG, A-HAV IgG ABSORBANCE IS =/COV: Non- Reactive
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