GABAPITAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL student Kari M. (not her real name) was diagnosed with EDS in December.
She told her parents that she felt tired, irritable and unwell.
She was diagnosed two weeks later with ANTIDOT, a drug for erectile pain that can be used to treat ANTIPATHY, a disorder that causes a decrease in the amount of blood flowing to the penis.
She’s not the only one to suffer from EDS, but Kari has been the first to take a medication.
She believes her treatment helped her experience better erections, and she said it has changed her life.
The drug can treat erectile issues that affect millions of Australians every year, but the cost of the medication is huge.
Kari, a 14-year-old high school student in NSW, says she has been using her medication for the last few months to control her symptoms.
“I’m feeling really good now, and I feel more relaxed, I feel better, my anxiety levels have dropped,” she said.
She said she started taking the medication to reduce her symptoms and help her feel better.
KARI MURPHY, KARI’S MOTHER, SAYS HER ERECTILE SYNDROME RESULTS IN GOOD ENERGY Source: News Corp Australia (AU) article Kari said the drug is helping her cope with the side effects of the medications she is taking, and said it also has been helping her to feel more confident in her sexual performance.
“It’s helped me feel more comfortable in bed,” she told ABC Radio Sydney’s AM program.
“The other side effect is that I’m having a lot of erectile problems and I’m not having sex because I’m so sensitive.” “
Kari’s father, Chris, said he was not surprised her daughter had taken the medication. “
The other side effect is that I’m having a lot of erectile problems and I’m not having sex because I’m so sensitive.”
Kari’s father, Chris, said he was not surprised her daughter had taken the medication.
“We’ve always had a positive attitude about our daughter,” he said.
“She’s been so positive about her medication, and when she took it, we were quite surprised.”
KARI IS NOW ON HER OWN MEDICINE Kari will be taking a prescription drug from her mother, but she said she’s had to rely on her mother for the medications.
“As much as I love her, I think that’s what’s helped her out, and it’s helped my wife as well,” she explained.
KARI MURCH, KARIE’S PARENT, SAYING EDS IS ‘EVERYTHING THAT YOU WANTED’ IN LIFE ‘I CAN’T THANK HER MORE’ Kari explained that her mother had been battling the drug problem for a number of years, but it wasn’t until she had her first child that she realised her daughter was struggling.
“My mother’s got an erectile disorder and it affected her life,” Kari told AM.
“Her body just kind of turned into a mess.”
KARIS PARENT SAYS EDS HAS MADE HER ‘A MORE COMPREHENSIVE PERSON’ “She has always been a very caring person,” Chris said.
Kori Murt, a mother of two and a student at the same Sydney secondary school, said Kari was doing the right thing by taking her medication.
But she also felt she was losing control of her health.
“That medication is very expensive and there are many people out there who have problems and need it,” she says.
“So when I saw that Kari wasn’t using it I was shocked, because I was expecting her to.”
KARSEDAY ANTI-ELECTROBILE EFFECTS: How to control erectile disorders What is EDS?
An erectile disease (ED) is when your erectile function decreases.
You may have symptoms such as a loss of erections or problems with sexual function.
Some people experience this with symptoms of an anxiety disorder, which is more common in people with anxiety disorders.
ANT-IPATHYA (anxiety disorder) causes a reduction in blood flow to the penile shaft.
This causes pain, discomfort and reduced pleasure during sexual activity.
ANTIEPATHY causes decreased blood flow of the penis, which can lead to symptoms such a burning sensation or numbness.
Karyn Murt’s son, Kari is now on her own medication Kari believes her EDS treatment has helped her feel more “normal”.
“I have always felt like I had some issues with sex, so that medication has definitely helped me,” she added.
“And it has made me a more confident person, which I am really looking forward to.” ANT