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Ok so I understand that there are two types of a penis. 1) The type that is quite small when flaccid but extends to 3-4 times it length when erect. 2) The second type is one that is quite long when flaccid and when it become erect it fills with blood but does not really get that much longer.
So here is the questions for all you guys to see if the type a penis has any bearing on ED or High Blood Pressure?
I would like you to answer four questions and just put them down in order as follows.
1 What type of penis do you have? Number 1 or 2? 2 Do you have ED? 3 At what age did you start to have ED? Give the age or answer No to this question if you do not have ED. 4 Do you have High Blood Pressure as well?
So a couple of example answers are as follows.
1, Yes, 53, No
or another example is if you do not have ED.
2, No, N/A, Yes
I hope this makes sense to you guys as what I am trying to see if the type of penis one has contributes to Ed or High Blood Pressure and if so at what age.
This is just a quick survey that I am interested in.
2 No NA No You should have done in the survey format question. I have found it is not the size of the dick. But the size or shape of the man's body. When he has ed or bp issue. Also a male with a huge dick will have more issue with ed if he has high bp.
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Whatever the penis issues you have, like whether it's smaller or not etc., it has little to do with erectile dysfunction. ED is basically caused by PDE5 enzymes hindering the expansion of smooth muscles,which lead to lack of blood supply towards the penis when sexually stimulated. ED drugs come in handy whenever you need to have full erection during sexual activities. Here's more info about ED and pills http://www.vardenafil20mg.info/health-news/the-associated-effects-of-erectile-dysfunction.html
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