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Sportigus posted:
Having erection problems. Wondering if it is caused by years of playing professional baseball or maybe my jock and cup caused some sort of damage? In great shape, still play, any feedback would be appreciated, as I am at a point where I,ll do anything to solve problem, so please don,t think your answer might seem weird. I am cool with Eastern and Western medicine. Thanks!
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nohard responded:
Hi this is my way of getting out of ED, its worked for me but has to be come a life style, and there is a post on franktalk.org, you will find it under genral discussions titled, DRUGS VERSUS HERBS, HERBS MY CHOICE, so please give it a good read, its working for as I'm now back to having sex 4/5 times a week.
Goog Luck
 
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Sportigus replied to nohard's response:
Sounds great. Did a doctor suggest it?
 
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nohard replied to Sportigus's response:
No sorry it all come from site on the internet, reason is that I live in Greece and our clinic doctor just said it was anxaiety, which after you read around find it a classic answer for ED or its all in your brain, so just did lots of research and what I take is all from that, you can google any of the things I take and just add for ED on the end, and you will be just amazed at what is out there, and its probably the cheapest way out of ED.
Good Luck


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