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    Large penis erectile dysfunction
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    An_258166 posted:
    I am in my early 30s and am beginning to have occasional erectile issues. I have a very large penis for my body frame (and even for the size of my testicles). I was told by a friend (who dropped out of medical school--so not the best source, I know, but this isn't a topic of conversation I have with everyone) that having a penis proportionately larger than the rest of your body can lead to erectile problems. I tried Cialis and it worked great, but I'm just wondering if there's any relation between my physique and my performance issue.
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    georgiagail responded:
    This has nothing to do with an STD but it's no wonder your friend dropped out of medical school; what they told you was incorrect.

    Gail


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