My boyfriend was born with his Vas Deferens disconnected at birth. I am wondering if this could contribute to a low sex drive. Would it also affect his ability to get an erection?
A disconnected vas deferens should really only affect his ability to reproduce (it's the same as if he had a vasectomy). Since it occurred from birth however, there really is no way of knowing if that might have had a long term impact on sexual functioning. There could be a number of other factors contributing to his dysfunction and honestly only a doctor would be able to properly diagnose his condition.
If he's interested in naturally increasing his sex drive and improving erection strength then I would recommend supplementing his diet with an effective herbal solution. Penis enhancement pills such as those offered by ProSolution can help to improve erectile functioning as well as increase his desire for sexual intercourse.
Keep in mind that since this is an all-natural solution it will take some time for results. Depending on the severity of the condition, most men will begin to see an improvement within 3-6 months. It isn't an overnight cure but it will definitely help him tremendously. He also wouldn't need a prescription since they contain only natural but effective ingredients.
Posted by PRS
Wednesday, November 11th, 2015