Author: Oreoluwa Ogunyemi, MD

About Oreoluwa Ogunyemi, MD

Dr. Ogunyemi is a medical doctor, trained urologist and a health and wellness coach. She received her medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. As a urologist, she counsels and treat genitourinary disorders. As a Wellness Coach, she counsels individuals on best practices to reach their health goals.

She serves as a medical writer for the Between Us Clinic.

Do I Have Performance Anxiety or Erectile Dysfunction?

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At one moment or another, almost all men have wondered if their sexual performance is up to par or if they are satisfying their partner sexually. While these thoughts are normal occasionally, when fears and anxiety creep into your sexual life, sexual performance anxiety can happen. Performance anxiety refers to negative thoughts and preoccupations with one’s inability to sexually perform or provide satisfaction to one’s … Continue reading Do I Have Performance Anxiety or Erectile Dysfunction? »

Erectile Dysfunction in Young Men

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Learn what causes erectile dysfunction in young men and how it can be treated Erectile dysfunction is a common sexual issue that men face. Men with ED have problems getting or keeping an erection for at least a month. Some men will have an erection, but notice it is not as stiff as before or does not allow for penetration. It’s a common misconception that … Continue reading Erectile Dysfunction in Young Men »

Temporary Erectile Dysfunction – What Causes a Sudden Loss of Erection?

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Erectile Dysfunction Isn’t Always Permanent. Learn About the Possible Causes and Treatments for Temporary Impotence erectile dysfunction is a real problem that affects men of all ages. The International Consortium of Sexual Medicine defines erectile dysfunction as the “consistent or recurrent inability to attain and/or maintain penile erection sufficient for sexual satisfaction.” ED occurs in about 16% of all men, but increases to 54% in … Continue reading Temporary Erectile Dysfunction – What Causes a Sudden Loss of Erection? »