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meandmyshadows posted:
So, I have been incredibly supportive of my husband's ED over the last few years. We are a young couple, together for years, but I am kind of at an impasse. He has had all of the medical testing done (everything was good) and has been prescribed Viagra. We tried it and discovered that doesn't work either. I am a very open person and have no trouble discussing the situation and have tried to stay positive but what do we possibly do now?
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nohard responded:
Hi Did he get any bad side effects from the Viagra, or did just not work full stop, and what strength was it?
If it was only 50 mg then he could try the 100mg.
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floridamenshealth1 responded:
Viagra doesn't always work, their are many factors and the main one being that certain people respond to certain drugs differently. Everything you need to know is on our site www.floridamenshealth.com
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meandmyshadows replied to nohard's response:
No bad side effects, it just didn't work. It was 100 mg. Thank you for your reply.


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