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cialis only works if you're sexually excited. it does not give you an instant hard-on. when you do get excited you will feel the medicine kick in but it will go away everytime you lose sexual excitement in your brain. it will even go away if you're worrying too much about the situation. they say you shouldn't drink alcohol while taking medicine but I have in the past drink a little just to relax my nerves and also taken the cialis and as you can see I am still alive telling you my story.
Good Luck What is below is a reply I put in to a discussion on side effects to ED drugs. So if he drugs don’t work or work well but with bad side effects, then go the herbal way, and it works, but you need to go the whole way with them and give them a good try, but remember these things take up to 8 weeks to get to full power, so you need to be on an 12 week trial, but just like drugs its a mix and match affair to find the right mix.
Good Luck What is below is a reply I put in to a discussion on side effects to ED drugs. So if he drugs don’t work or work well but with bad side effects, then go the herbal way, and it works, but you need to go the whole way with them and give them a good try, but remember these things take up to 8 weeks to get to full power, so you need to be on an 12 week trial, but just like drugs its a mix and match affair to find the right mix.
three diff tablets for ARC (lopinavir/ritonavir), Aviro-Z, and Avolam....dont know how this thing works..and what it does really any information will be highly appriciated...the Doc said when you are willing to do the basic why not do it to extended PEP,...he also said that the chances are rare that you got an infection but lets not take a chance and start PEP....also took my tests for HEPATITUS, CBC(full blood count), HIV ....after taking PEP tablets i dont feel anxited anymore...
Hello, Bystolic does not help in ED and noted interactions between Cialis and Bystolic include erectile dysfunction also. You should take Bystolic only in the prescribed dosages. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
I smoke marijuana daily (2-3 bong rips/day) and typically have about 1 alcoholic beverage per day. I'm a bit confused on how to address this because it is a complex issue. In brief, my current girlfriend and I engage in a LOT of sex (one day last week we ended up having sex about 8 times - obviously by the eighth time it took me a while to get it up and I was a bit tired).
My urologist at the time prescribed Viagra which did not realy work. I did not really have any success with Cialis either. In 2003 I was seen by a urologist who specialized in ED as a part of a health clinic examination for a neurological problem that I was being seen for. The urologist asked me about my problems with ED, what had been done in regards of surgeries and what was done in regards for ED treatment.
I took care of myself well, saw a doctor when I thought something was wrong, continued my athletics and activities, was blissful in my first marriage, starting a new life, learning how to love and be loved and get along with another human being, a beautiful one. In January 2008, my PSA was 6.6. I was shocked. How could this happen? My doctor was now very concerned; I asked for another test to be sure there was no mistake.
I just wasn't sure how the pump works. I see that there's a ring to place on the penis. Does the erection itself, give him an arosed feeling? Does he have to remove the ring to climax? Does a pumped up penis then function "normally". Basically, Can I get pregnant this way, or will we need some sort of assistance from an infertility specialist? (I had no trouble getting pregnant in the past - we have two kids). Thanks.
If your husband has lost interest in sex, when did this happen? Is it recent, or has it been building for awhile. Is he tired? Does he work hard? Is he stressed? All these can affect our desire and/or physical ability to be sexual. Certainly a man in his 40’s may, indeed, be tired and stressed. It’s not unusual at all for sexual frequency to drop off in our 40’s or 50’s, since our stamina isn’t the same as when we’re younger.
When he finally did seek help, none of the usual drugs (cialis, viagra, etc.) worked. Our intimacy drastically suffered, and for a long time we felt more like room mates. We entered couples counseling and discovered we both bring our own problems to the relationship. We discontinued therapy and found a medicine that actually works. I don't know the name, but it is in shot form, through a company called Boston Medical Group.
I don't want to seek it elsewhere, mostly because I don't like being secretive or dishonest, but I don't know what to do. I am very tempted to stray, which I am not proud of. Does anyone have ideas on how to start this discussion with him - that won't shut him down, make him angry, or leave me feeling bad about myself.
My kids don't know what happened and I don't want them too. Should I seek medication? I don't like the way they make you feel. Does anyone have advice on how I can get that image out of my mind or is it just going to take time? I might be stupid but I still love my husband and I want our relationship to work. Of course if anything else goes on with him, (which he swears will never happen) he's out on his butt.
I have tried all three drugs and Cialis seemed to work best though for about a month now it does not work at all. I have since tried the other 2 again and to no effect. When I do have a semi-erection and masterbate I have pain throughout my penis for a couple of hours after. The pain comes if I lightly squeeze. I should also say that when I have had a Alprostadil injection the pain is even worse. I would describe it as a cross between burning and pressure.
I can't relax and sometimes don't have the sensitivity. I don't have erection problems. Would Cialis or Viagra be good for this? I am 55 years old. I have not been sexually active for over 2 years relying on masturbation.
Im at the point where ill do anything to increase the penis, Im thinking about buying the fast size extender. Does that product really work? Im just looking for straight advice from a professional that know what their talking about on increasing the penis.
cialis does work: it allows me to achieve an erection almost as good as before the accident. But it is not reliably effective, EQ is still sometimes not rigid at the base (near the injury site), Flexing of my perenial muscles no longer produces the same result in my erect penis. Finally, as stated, the cost of cialis is so extreme that I cannot afford yearly perscriptions for the next 10 years.
Last week without cialis (she won't let me take it all the time) I had a nice strong erection and with in a min or two she commented on how hard i was without cialis and like a light switch I became soft and couldn't finish. Needless to say she was very upset like it was my fault and said get help before asking for more sex! My doctor said that some antidepressants and have a side effect of making me last longer. I just read some on this site.
Well the Cialis is similar to a viagara. It's a 36hr time released Vasodilator that helps w blood flow to the penis. It doesn't help w/ increased libido but it helps the erection problems. It works and is not covered by my insurance so it's quite expensive.
Cialis does work; it allows me to achieve an erection almost as good as before the accident. But it is not reliably effective: EQ is still sometimes not rigid at the base (near the injury site), flexing of my perenial muscles no longer produces the stiffening in my erect penis. Finally, as stated, the cost of cialis is so extreme that I cannot afford yearly perscriptions for the next 10 years.
**** rings can be very effective for some men in helping to ease the problems associated with erectile dysfunction; however, they do not work for all men, nor do they work all the time for any one man. Consult with a doctor first to see if there are reasons why this may not be the best path for you to take; if he says it is okay, be sure that you do not wear a **** ring that is too tight or wear it for too long; hampering the blood flow for too long a period of time does carry some risk.
These products are a waste of money because they do not counter-attack what the brain is thinking. Even Viagra, Cialis, and Levitra will not work if you are experiencing performance anxiety in the brain. One method that does work is quitting masturbation. Though its considered normal and healthy, quitting masturbation will definitely increase your sex libido, give you a more sensitive penis, and more erections on demand.
I'm been trying Cialis but it does not seem to work because I don't even get an erection. What is wrong with me.
during sex if i can't reach orgasm quickly, i will lose the erection,so much so that i now take either viagra or cialis to maintain an erection during intercourse.Even taking these drugs does not ensure orgasm. Help!
Its a little *****. The needles are really tiny. You generally start with bimix, and if that does not work move up to trimix and there even is a quadmix. You have to goto a special pharmacy to get it. There are lots of good websites to read the details injections. You generally start with Alprostadil: http://****.com/alprostadil/ and see if that works, then move up to stronger stuff.
Cryosurgery will stop the cancer, but it is a highly skilled procedure, impotence happens about 75% of the time, I don't know if Cialis works (Cialis doesn't work after surgery, but it does work after HIFU). I'm guessing that Cialis will work after cryosurgery, as nothing gets cut. Incontinence is not an issue (less than 2%). Cryosurgery and ultrasound (HIFU) do the same thing--they target the gland without cutting anything, cryo freezes while HIFU cooks the gland. go to cryocarecenter.
He does need to work it to get it to be more sensitive so that he will be totally aroused.. I have my foreskin and it has always been a special sexual experience for me .. I would say Do not do It.. keep the foreskin and work with it until it does pull back.. Make sure you are talking to a good urologist that is not wanting to take the easy way out.. Keep in mind you sure cant put it back on after they mess with it.. Plus it would be dang painful for a 35 yro to heal from this surgery..
It is an awkward one to get around though because its 2010 and life is a blur of work and getting to work and family and responsibility and money etc etc – you know the picture. If you can sort the stress out then its probable that your sexual functioning will return to normal. Alcohol and recreational drugs are for lots of people the major culprits. I do love a drink but the painful fact is that alcohol, except in very small amounts is very toxic.
I spoke with my surgeon and he said that the surgery was nerve saving. He also put me on "IMIPRAM" for my incontinence and since the viagra didn't work he put me on "CIALIS". Based on this information, would it be your opinion that I can sexpect a full recovery over time? Or that the incontinence and urine ejaculations are permanent?
I use that in conjunction with my meds. Can he get you some Levitra or Cialis. I don't know how your system works, but I have received some samples from him--though not as many as i would like ;-). Try these supplements--ask your doctor about them. Many bodybuilders use both for different reasons of course. They want the NO and the blood supply for muscle growth and to increase oxygen intake. People with heart problems often take L-Carnitine as well.
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