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    Anon_16867 posted:
    can someone tell me if it is wrong too mix ed pills when u r taking tem...i want too know if anyone else had done it and how it turned out....
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    fcl responded:
    Why not ask the doctor who prescribed them?
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
     
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    whimpect responded:
    It is generally not safe to mix medications together, especially ed pills since this might double the possible side effects. It is better to choose one medication at a time that best suits for you. Or you might want to see your doctor to check out which medication might work best for you. You may also like to check out this article since it contains some info about ed and medications http://www.vardenafil20mg.info/health-news


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