Sex Q&A

Sexual Dysfunction

I have difficulties in maintaining erection, where can I go for help?

Erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence, means the persistent inability to obtain or to maintain an erection adequate for satisfactory sexual performance. It is caused by physical or psychological factors, or a combination of the two. Since erectile dysfunction can be an early symptom of such underlying medical conditions, it is essential for patients to seek early diagnosis and treatment. Please click here for more details.

You are advised to see an urologist for diagnosis. The Urology Division of public hospitals in Hong Kong provide urology service to the public. You can either check with the outpatient clinics at the hospitals or ask your family doctor for referral. FPA Men's Health Service promotes sexual and reproductive health for men through prevention, early detection and treatment. The service includes clinical assessment, laboratory tests, screening for sexually transmissible diseases, counselling and treatment for sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, assessment of prostate problems and referral to specialists for further management as required. If you consider our service, please click here to refer to the details of our Men's Health Service. You may call FPA Service Hotline at 2572-2222 (Wan Chai / Ma Tau Chung / Tsuen Wan) to make your appointment or you may make your request by "e-Booking" and our clinic colleagues would contact you to arrange your appointment.

I always have probelm during sexual intercourse. The upper part of my sex organ does not enlarge properly. Is there anything to do with my outer skin because it is long which covers the whole upper part of the sex organ. What can I do and where can I get help?

Based on your email description, it is possible that you may suffer from a condition called phimosis(foreskin contraction) whereby the foreskin is too tight or contracted causing problems during sexual intercourse or urination. Sometimes circumcision to remove the foreskin will be required to treat this condition. You should see an urologist for a checkup.

The FPA Men’s Health Service promotes sexual and reproductive health for men through prevention, early detection and treatment. The service includes clinical assessment, laboratory tests, screening for sexually transmissible diseases, counselling and treatment for sexual problems such as erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, assessment of prostate problems and referral to specialists for further management as required. If you consider our service, please click here to refer to the details of our Men's Health Service. You may call FPA Service Hotline at 2572-2222 (Wan Chai / Ma Tau Chung / Tsuen Wan) to make your appointment or you may make your request by "e-Booking" and our clinic colleagues would contact you to arrange your appointment.

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