What is a homeopathic treatment for psychological-based erectile dysfunction?

During foreplay, there is no erection, only seminal fluids come out. I do have an erection, however, at night and especially in the morning. I also develop an erection during masturbation, but it is short lived; I ejaculate prematurely. A doctor diagnosed me as having psychological symptoms and he wrote five phos 6x, which is brain and nerve tonic. Though my erectile dysfunction is psychological, is there a homeopathic treatment?

Answers from doctors (4)


Hi, I suggest you take one of the real drugs for this. They are a modern miracle for many people like you. Herbs and other holistic treatments have no scientific evidence for effectiveness.

Answered by Servy Massey Fertility Institute (View Profile)

Hi, I suggest you take one of the real drugs for this. They are a modern miracle for many people like you. Herbs and other holistic treatments have no scientific evidence for effectiveness.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


South Florida Institute For Reproductive Medicine - Pembroke Pines

Published on Apr 02, 2015

There is no known homeopathic treatment for that, you must address it with psychological therapies.

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Answered by South Florida Institute For Reproductive Medicine - Pembroke Pines

There is no known homeopathic treatment for that, you must address it with psychological therapies.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group

Published on Apr 02, 2015

This would justify evaluation to make sure there is not a very low level of testosterone or other health condition, such as diabetes, which could cause this. If that would be normal, it can occur for several reasons, including psychological reasons such as stress or other. Some medications can result in this as well. Using medications such as Viagra or Levitra can often work well to help with an erection. Benefit can also be had by seeing a counselor who specializes in sexual dysfunction.

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Answered by Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group

This would justify evaluation to make sure there is not a very low level of testosterone or other health condition, such as diabetes, which could cause this. If that would be normal, it can occur for several reasons, including psychological reasons such as stress or other. Some medications can result in this as well. Using medications such as Viagra or Levitra can often work well to help with an erection. Benefit can also be had by seeing a counselor who specializes in sexual dysfunction.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Sanford Health Fertility and Reproductive Medicine

Published on Apr 02, 2015

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, we don't currently treat men's conditions at our clinic. For this reason, we suggest that you consult with a urologist as they are best able to manage your condition.

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Answered by Sanford Health Fertility and Reproductive Medicine

Thanks for your question. Unfortunately, we don't currently treat men's conditions at our clinic. For this reason, we suggest that you consult with a urologist as they are best able to manage your condition.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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