I had asked this in another forum, but so far no response. My doctor had me do some lab work. In my urine sample it came back high with WBS. The doctor ordered some meds as I have a UTI. The doctor has scheduled an appointment in 2 weeks for a complete physical. Then they will also have me redo the labs to see if I still have an infection. What puzzled me is the nurse asked me if I can get an erection. She said that when I come in for my physical appointment the doctor wants me to get an erection. What would be the reason for this? What would the doctor be looking for? I have had UTI in the past, but I have never been asked by any medical professional if I can get an erection or I will need an erection for a physical. Anyone else ever heard this before?
yes I was asked,.. its the human body for gods sake and are parts are not special.. everyone has them and they need to be checked.Its just seems everything about us in Health is about our Age and our ****
I disagree with you davfit, Our parts are extremely special to us. My penis is precious and I sure do enjoy it. What is the hang up? Daco2, you go for it. Get it hard for the Doc and enjoy just like any other good erection. Please share what the experience was like.
It's normal for Dr to ask. My guess would be he is checking for ED. Which is no fun. I'm 41 take a testosterone shot 3x month and still have issues going flat, can't get up on command, and even ejaculated becomes a problem. I get there then nothing.
Also circulation, like one that's getting ultrasound. Or even small blockage in urethra which could be cause of UTI.
Don't worry about your ****** size, he/she has seen far to many to remember yours.