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Before You Give Up On Viagra

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Posted in Prostate Disorders on April 17, 2006
Reviewed June 2011

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Don't forget performance anxiety as an inhibiting factor, as often happens in a first time experience with a new partner. The psychological is a major factor in sexual performance.

Posted by: Jaybird248 | May 9, 2006 6:37 PM

Good point.

Posted by: Marjorie | May 17, 2006 11:43 AM

is there anyone who has had sucess with home rememdy for Prostatitis. i have tried several medicine's but they all have side affect's that are intorable. I would so much appreciate anyone's help thank you

Posted by: Benny Parkerson | April 16, 2009 7:04 AM

My doctor told me that 40 mg was the maximum dosage of Viagra. But your article says that 100mg is the maximum dosage size. I tried the 40 mg tablet several times with no luck. Should I try the 100 mg? And if so, what side effects can I expect?

Posted by: gshaw777 | September 17, 2009 11:41 AM

It's known that extensive bicycle riding may cause ED, especially if the seat is narrow and causes pressure near the scrotum. Has anyone else with this problem received medical treatments aimed at rehabilitating vascular and nerve impairment in that region (called "perineal", I believe). Was it helpful?

Posted by: StoneMan | July 15, 2011 3:15 PM

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