Does Depakote affect a man's ability to have an erection or result in sexual disorders?
There are alot of medications that cause ER for those taking them. Depakote is one. If it becomes troublesome I would check with the doctor and see what else is available.
Does depakote or lamictal affect drug testing will depakote affect a drug test Will lamictal affect a drug test?
Hypospadius does not affect ability to get an erection or have intercourse. If the opening is very low on the shaft of the penis,however, it could affect ones ability to impregnate the female, as the semen is not deposited as directly into the vagina. A male with hypospadius will urinate and ejaculate, it is just more of a nuisance with the opening not on the end of the penis because it "sprays" if the opening…
For women, either extreme in weight can interfere with a successful pregnancy. For men, if they are too tired to have sex or have difficulty locating their genitalia, then that could affect their fertility. In addition, if the weight causes cardiovascular problems, then that could impact their ability to have an erection.
Many antidepressants affect a male's ability to get and/or keep an erection, and sometimes to have orgasms. If your meds are causing a problem for you, discuss it with your doctor, but DO NOT STOP TAKING THEM WITHOUT TALKING TO HIM FIRST! You can develop extreme depression with suicidal tendencies if you do not follow the proper protocol for stopping the drugs.
If the prostate gland is removed, the male will no longer be able to conceive a child naturally. Conception can occur with IVF, where the sperm is removed from the man's testicles and implanted in the woman's uterus. If the nerves that control erection are cut during prostate surgery, this can effect a man's ability to achieve an erection.
Learning Disorder Well, while dyslexia is certainly a learning disorder, there are many other learning disorders so that may not be the best definition. I would suggest that a better definition would be that dyslexia is a learning disorder that impairs the sufferer's ability to read. Even that my not suffice, as there are learning disorders besides dyslexia that affect reading ability, but it's probably a good enough definition for most purposes.