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20 Possible Causes for Decreased Cremasteric Reflex, Erectile Dysfunction

  • Cauda Equina Syndrome

    Complications of cauda e equina include: Bladder/bowel dysfunction and incontinence Erectile dysfunction Pressure ulcers Osteoporosis Chronic pain Spasticity/contractures[] Associated symptoms can include radicular leg pain, lower extremity weakness, and erectile dysfunction.[] erectile dysfunction in men Diagnosis You will be asked about your symptoms and medical history.[]

  • Low Back Pain

    […] spinal interventions, or recent infections, Pain not resovled by analgesia, History of trauma or coagulopathy, Cauda equina/cord compression symptoms (bowel, bladder or erectile[] dysfunction.[] Hypogonadism is another underappreciated consequence of chronic use, resulting in reduced testosterone levels, diminished libido, and erectile dysfunction. 54–56 The American[]

  • Lumbosacral Plexus Disorder

    Weight loss can also be an early sign in diabetic and nondiabetic lumbosacral radiculoplexus neuropathies, as well as autonomic symptoms such as erectile dysfunction, blood[] In men, erectile dysfunction can represent an early autonomic symptom, reflecting parasympathetic autonomic nervous system involvement.[] I’ve both had and heard of cases where menstrual pain (as mentioned), bedwetting, premature ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, hiatal hernias, both bradycardia & tachycardia[]

  • Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor

    dysfunction Loss of bladder and bowel control Pressure on the spinal cord may also block the blood supply to the cord, resulting in death of tissue and swelling.[] […] worse when people lie down Decreased sensation, progressive weakness, or paralysis in areas controlled by the parts of the spinal cord below the part that is compressed Erectile[]

  • Testicular Torsion

    His erectile dysfunction was managed successfully with testosterone replacement and use of sildenafil.[] There is often an absent or decreased cremasteric reflex.[] During the physical exam, the physician will look for: Swelling of the testes Tenderness of the testes Decreased/absent cremasteric reflex The diagnostic tests for Testicular[]

  • Orchitis and Epididymitis

    Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence) Orchitis Epidydimitis Orc hitis Orchitis is an inflammation of one or both of the testicles.[] reflex intact Prehn's sign decrease in pain with scrotal elevation Imaging Ultrasound indications to rule out testicular torsion findings enlarged and thick epididymis increased[] If untreated, some conditions can lead to infertility, erectile dysfunction (ED), severe or chronic pain, or cause tissue death that may make removal of the testicle necessary[]

  • Pudendal Hernia

    Risks of the procedure include erectile dysfunction, and penile and testicular pain.[] The genitofemoral nerve has sensory innervation to the penis and testes and is responsible for the cremasteric reflex.[] If untreated, nerve damage can lead to erectile dysfunction or problems with bowel movements or urination, such as involuntary loss of feces or urine (e.g., urinary incontinence[]

  • Torsion of the Hydatid of Morgagni

    The Urologist explained how there was a new clinical trial he was reading about where 97% of men cured their Erectile Dysfunction.[] […] orchiopexy Testicular infarction, decreased fertility Torsion of testicular appendage 7-14 years Upper pole of testicle, onset over hours to day None Cremasteric reflex present[] ( ) - Like some 30 million Americans, 68-year old Kevin Johnson suffered from erectile dysfunction (ED). Today Kevin says his sex life is just as good as when he was 18.[]

  • Bilateral Leg Weakness

    Bilateral peripheral nerve or muscle disorders: Cauda equina syndrome is associated with sphincter and erectile dysfunction, sensory loss in lumbar or sacral dermatomes and[] There is usually a decrease in superficial reflexes such as the abdominal, cremasteric reflex or the normal plantar response.[] Typically, weakness is accompanied by an increase in deep tendon reflexes such as the biceps, triceps, patellar or ankle jerks.[]

  • Torsion of the Appendices and Epididymis

    Research has shown that there are natural remedies that can improve Erectile Dysfunction.[] Decrease or absence of cremasteric reflex is the most sensitive sign (approaching near 100%).[] […] orchiopexy Testicular infarction, decreased fertility Torsion of testicular appendage 7-14 years Upper pole of testicle, onset over hours to day None Cremasteric reflex present[]

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