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26 Year Old Uncircumcised Having Problems Getting Erection Will Viagra Help

I’m a healthy 26-year-old man who’s uncircumcised. Lately, I’ve been having problems getting and keeping an erection. First, I’m curious to know whether getting circumcised would make it easier — or even more difficult — for me to get an erection. Second, I’m wondering if taking Viagra will help me regardless of whether I’m circumcised or not.

Several studies and systematic reviews of existing scientific literature have been undertaken in an effort to evaluate the effects if any, that circumcision has on male sexual function. A meta-analysis of data from 10 studies covering more than 18,500 men — 9,317 circumcised and 9,413 uncircumcised — produced no evidence that circumcision affects male sexual function in any way.

However, that review, published in the September 2013 issue of the “Asian Journal of Andrology,” acknowledged that the studies analyzed were of uneven quality and suggested that additional “well-designed and prospective studies” be conducted to shed additional light on the effects of circumcision on sexual function.

A more recent study, undertaken to test the hypothesis that male sexual function was somehow inferior after circumcision, failed to produce any evidence to support that theory. The second study, published in the July 2016 issue of the “Danish Medical Journal,” systematically reviewed data covering more than 3,677 men. However, one thing is clear. Circumcision has no effect whatsoever on the workings of Viagra.

The little blue pill might work for you or not, depending on a variety of factors, including the cause of your ED symptoms, but circumcision is not one of those factors.

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