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    An_216512 posted:
    I had the robotic surgery a little over two months ago and am wondering how long is the ED period and what can be done to hasten sexual functions to normal without the help of pumps and cialis?
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    Fairwind responded:
    After prostate surgery, a large percentage of men NEVER return to "normal".. Surgeons tend to minimize this fact in their sales pitches...I would try the Viagra or Cialis (you can get either online for a fraction of U.S. prices) and if that works be thankful....
     
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    cbonjo replied to Fairwind's response:
    Thanks. Are the sources for Cialis and Viagra as advertized on line reliable and are the products trusworthy?
     
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    BillH99 replied to cbonjo's response:
    In the US Cialis and Viagra is only available by prescription.

    And there are some legit online pharmacies that are registered.

    But most online ads for Cialis and Viagra are for unknown products with unknown ingredients.


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