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    Alex26i posted:
    Hi, I am 43 and have always been healthy. I started working out 8 months ago, with the goal to get abs before I die. I was a little overweight, overall doing well with no issues. 3 months ago, my libeto was through the roof. Then like a light balb, it popped. And went down hill to almost nothing now. First thing I noticed was my electric charge/tingle was gone. I figured it was from being over trained. So took a break for a week and got some sun. Figured it would fix the problem. I was still doing ok, but no excitement feeling. I had also started doing a low carb high fat, protein diet around that time. Went and saw my doctor. I also noticed on my thumb knuckles there were dark brown spots. The doctor took a close look and said it was nothing. All my blood work was perfect, So I have a lot of energy, but no electric tingle and my penis can get hard if I focus, but before it was 4 or 5 times a day it would get hard to 0 time a day. And I wake up with nothing as well. I also feel emotionally blah, no feeling. I was taking zinc, magnesium and boron, which boosted it for a little while but I still have a blah feeling.
     
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    theblake responded:
    what is the question ?
    Your body should be reacting in a positive manner in accord with your diet , exercise program and vitamin intake.
    Our body gives us warnings when there is a problem and just like the heart , our penis knows when we have a potential situation.
    The lack of morning wood is a definite indicator
     
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    memichael responded:
    Hi,
    What was your doctor's recommendation?

    You need to undergo a total medical checkup to find the reason of your erection problems. Erectile dysfunction can be related to other health problems, that is why it is important to check your heart, thyroid function, glucose levels.


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