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    Cystoscopy & Erectile dysfunction
    An_267758 posted:
    Do the research. There is a 2% rate of not being able to get an erection after having a cystoscopy. My doctor did not tell me this. My suggestion-look for other ways to get results this test could give, they do exist, again do the research. If you can't find another way think over very carefully whether you are willing to run the risk. If you do decide to do it, use the best doctor you can find or afford and pray and give charity before the procedure. If you already suffer from this because of a cys.
    pray to be cured and also seek out alternative healers or doctors who heal the damaged muscles and nerves that allow for erection.
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