So I'm 20 years of age I play sports i eat pretty healthy and such. Last week I was with my girlfriend and we were having fun and what not. I was getting hard no problem and then the next night I couldnt get fully hard. And its been like 4 days and i still cant get fully hard. I need help what should i do?
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1 Replies |Report This| Share this:Ed?So I'm 20 years of age I play sports i eat pretty healthy and such. Last week I was with my girlfriend and we were having fun and what not. I was getting hard no problem and then the next night I couldnt get fully hard. And its been like 4 days and i still cant get fully hard. I need help what should i do?
Report This| Share this:Ed?Hi Anon,<br /><br />I'm sorry to hear this is going on. For more member and possible expert response, please repost your concerns with our <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/mens-health-community">Men's Health Community</a> or our <a href="http://exchanges.webmd.com/sex-and-relationships-exchange">Sexual Health Community</a> .<br /><br />In the meantime, skim through our <a href="http://www.webmd.com/erectile-dysfunction/default.htm">Erectile Dysfunction Center </a> for additional information.<br /><br />Hope you find answers soon,<br />Elizabeth
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