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    An_255950 posted:
    my boyfriend, is having problems in bed, his sex drive is gone cant get a horn.
    kramer1961 responded:
    Is this an issue for you?
    nohard responded:
    Hi, OK to help can we have a bit more info, like is he stressed is he on any meds? do you know if he masturbates a lot? or does he do this why watching porn? diabetic? high cholesterol?

    Hi just remembered I had this its a list I put together, when this questions comes up, so a couple of things are doubled up, sorry.
    Hi, OK what follows, any one of these can give him ED (erectile dysfunction).

    To little sleep.

    performance anxiety.

    High cholesterol.










    Self image.

    Low libido.

    His general health.

    Low testosterone and very high testosterone.

    With meds, its meds for depression, diabetes and cholesterol, these are some of the really bad ones.

    I do hope something here rings a bell, or even they come in two's or three's.

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