Theyre also vigilant about flare-ups, when their symptoms become active. a fantastic readAdd sex into the equation and life becomes even more difficult. You can imagine the fear and embarrassment that might come from feeling like you dont have good control when youre trying to become close to someone or be sexually active, said Dr. David Rubin, a professor of medicine and chief of gastroenterology at the University of Chicago Medicine. Its common for men with Crohns disease regardless of sexual preference to have a fear of intimacy and lack of desire because of physical symptoms such as fecal incontinence or passing gas. Men are also more likely to have sexual dysfunction. In fact, 38 percent of men with IBD said their condition affected their desire for sex, 26 percent said it prevented them from having sex and 18 percent said it caused problems during sex, a study in Healio Gastroenterology found. The same study found men 50 years and older had lower sexual satisfaction, more difficulty getting and keeping erections and a poorer quality of their erections. Men over 50 already have an increased risk for erectile dysfunction and prostate problems, but for men with Crohns, it can make sex even more complicated. For men who have undergo surgery for an ostomy or ileoanal pouch, there is a small risk that men can have erectile dysfunction, retrograde ejaculation, or impairment of the pelvic autonomic nerves which control erection and ejaculation. These conditions are rare, though.
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Trump began his onslaught against Boeing at 8:52 a.m., tweeting Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. Cancel order! That tweet came 22 minutes after The Chicago Tribune posted a story in which the Boeing CEO voiced concerns about Trumps views on trade. The president-elect then descended to the lobby of the Manhattan skyscraper that bears his name to reiterate his case. Trump had tweeted in 2013 that he owned Boeing stock, but a spokesman said Tuesday he sold all of his stock holdings in June. That sale was not publicized by the campaign at the time, and aides did not reveal how much cash it might have generated. If Trump had held onto his stock portfolio, he would have been required to repeatedly file reports with the U.S. Office of Government Ethics. A 2012 update of the Ethics in Government Act obliges presidents and other senior government officials to report such transactions. Trump now uses his own plane, a Boeing 757, which he has outfitted with white leather and gold, a large flat-screen television and a bedroom. But as president it is expected that he would travel aboard the Air Force jet, which is equipped with special safety, defensive and communications equipment. Air Force One also has seating for reporters; Trump generally does not allow the press on his own plane.
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