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beaumartin
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I'm not too proud to admit it I have Erectile dysfunction and have been prescribed Cialis 20 mg, it worked somewhat for a while but now it isn't very effective, it does however give me enough of a semi erection to enable the use of a penis ring prior to intercourse but it doesn't do much for foreplay[&o]. I am 45 years of age and at my wits end is there any new advice out there. GPs don't seem to have a clue[&:].

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spinal music
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HI Beaumartin - this has been discussed here before - if you do a search on "erectile dysfunction" you will find them.
Hope you get this sorted,

Sharon.

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JudithAnn
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Hi Beaumartin,

Find a good professional hypnotherapist who deals with sexual problems. It worked very well for a friend of mine. Try 🙂

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RE: Help I have Erectile Dysfunction

Thanks J I'll give it a try.
Beau

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beaumartin
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RE: Help I have Erectile Dysfunction

Hi Sharon, I've seen the previous posting and wondered whether or not there was any positive feed back on the pelvic floor muscle exercises.

Derrick

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spinal music
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RE: Help I have Erectile Dysfunction

I'm not aware of anything that's not online.

However, from informal feedback from courses which I've been on, the feedback is good! (Unfortunately I can't report firsthand feedback though. )

It makes obvious sense to me though, that healthy muscles, with a good blood supplysupport strong erections- but then I spend more time than most learning about and teaching about the Pelvic Floor!

The other thing is that sexual triggersare very much in our heads, so hypnotherapy, EFT etc would probably help too.

Kind regards and do let us know how you get on,
Sharon.

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Hello Beau

I found great success with the drug Cabergoline (trade name s of dostinex and cabaser).

There is lots of info on cabergoline showing its benefit for improving libido tremendously but read this and see why viagra etc can't really compare. I have been taking 0.5mg twice a week and that means even though it is quite expensive it should last me 16 months! It has worked FAR better than the traditional ED drugs? Don't believe me read the following info and judge yourself....

I bought mine from here btw

Read this BBC article

Also check out

[DLMURL] http://www.asiatour.com/dostinex_context.htm[/DLMURL]

A good comparison below and some food for thought...Rx medications (bromo) - can be found after seeing a Dr. and getting a prescription for the particular medication...

Eur J Endocrinol. 1998 Mar;138(3):286-93.

Cabergoline treatment rapidly improves gonadal function in hyperprolactinemic males: a comparison with bromocriptine.
De Rosa M, Colao A, Di Sarno A, Ferone D, Landi ML, Zarrilli S, Paesano L, Merola B, Lombardi G.
Department of Endocrinology and Molecular and Clinical Oncology, Federico II University, Naples, Italy.

This study evaluated the effects of chronic treatment with cabergoline (CAB), a new, potent and long-lasting ergoline-derived dopamine agonist, on seminal fluid parameters and sexual and gonadal function in hyperprolactinemic males in comparison with the effect of bromocriptine (BRC) treatment. Seventeen males with macroprolactinoma were treated with CAB at a dose of 0.5-1.5 mg/week (n = 7), or BRC at a dose of 5-15 mg/day (n = 10) for 6 months. Baseline prolactin (PRL) was 925.7 +/- 522.6 microg/l in the CAB-treated group and 1059.4 +/- 297.6 microg/l in the BRC-treated group. All the patients suffered from libido impairment, ten from reduced sexual potency, and six had infertility. In five patients provocative bilateral galactorrhea was found. Seminal fluid analysis, functional seminal tests and penis rigidity and tumescence, measured by nocturnal penile tumescence (NPT) using Rigiscan equipment, were assessed before and after 1, 3 and 6 months of CAB or BRC treatment. Hormone profiles were assessed before and after 15, 30, 60, 90 and 180 days of both treatments. Before treatment, all patients had a low sperm count with oligoasthenospermia, reduced motility and rapid progression with an abnormal morphology and decreased viability, and a low number of erections. After 1 month, serum PRL levels were significantly reduced in both groups of patients (20.6 +/- 6.6 microg/l during CAB and 256.3 +/- 115.1 microg/l during BRC treatment) and were normalized after 6 months in all patients (CAB: 7.9 +/- 2.2 microg/l; BRC: 16.7 +/- 1.8 microg/l). After 6 months, a significant increase of number, total motility, rapid progression and normal morphology was recorded in patients treated with both CAB and BRC. An increase in the number of erections during the first 3 months of both treatments was noted by NPT. However, the improvements in seminal fluid parameters and sexual function were more evident and rapid in patients treated with CAB. The number of erections was normalized after 6 months of treatment in all patients submitted to CAB treatment, and in all patients but one treated by BRC. In addition, a significant increase of serum testosterone (from 3.7 +/- 0.3 to 5.3 +/- 0.2 microg/l) and dihydrotestosterone (from 0.4 +/- 0.1 to 1.1 +/- 0.1 nmol/l) was recorded. At the beginning of treatment, mild side-effects were recorded in two patients after CAB and mild-to-moderate side-effects in five patients after BRC administration. The treatment with CAB normalized PRL levels, improving gonadal and sexual function and fertility in males with prolactinoma, earlier than did BRC treatment, providing good tolerability and excellent patient compliance to medical treatment.

Publication Types:

* Clinical Trial
* Randomized Controlled Trial

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Michael44
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RE: Help I have Erectile Dysfunction

Hi beaumartin,

Ciallis won't help at all if the problem is with your libido.

A deficient libido canbea symptom of other problems.

I would suggest contacting an ED expert, such as Dr Malcolm Carruthers,

pm me for the tel number
Good luck,

Michael44

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Webbloke
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RE: Help I have Erectile Dysfunction

Hi.

I'm not sure that it would be considered an alternative medicine, but I found that Levitra worked better for me than Cialis.

I have not tried Viagra as I have heard so many stories about possible side-effects. I think also that it would be good to consult a GP about it. I was too embarrassed to see mine, but I found an online pharmacy called [link= http://www.theonlineclinic.co.uk]The Online Clinic[/link] who give a free online consultation. This is required by law in the UK anyway as they are prescribed medicines.

Hope that helps

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veyron
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RE: Help I have Erectile Dysfunction

,,,try viagra or other similar medicines, they help millions with the same problems, alternatively you could try some natural products, they are working as well, I am sure you can find the one that works best for you, good luck !

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Eugene
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Hello
I have Erectile Dysfunction too :(. But Viagra help to me. I will not advise where to buy it, but I know a good resource where you may choose a pharmacy or price that will suit you most – pharmasellers.com.

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Eugene
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Hello. I have Erectile Dysfunction too :(. I will not advise where to buy it, but I know a good resource where you may choose a pharmacy or price that will suit you most - pharmasellers.com.

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ian
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,,,try viagra or other similar medicines, they help millions with the same problems, alternatively you could try some natural products, they are working as well, I am sure you can find the one that works best for you, good luck !

agree with that about try viagra, and suggest you look into generic viagra (sildenafil citrate) which is sold legally in many parts of the world. if you can not get it locally, you can easily buy it online. best place to [url]buy generic viagra online[/url] , in terms of price and service (from my own experience) is

good luck.

Ian

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steve97
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I'm not too proud to admit it I have Erectile dysfunction and have been prescribed Cialis 20 mg, it worked somewhat for a while but now it isn't very effective, it does however give me enough of a semi erection to enable the use of a penis ring prior to intercourse but it doesn't do much for foreplay[&o]. I am 45 years of age and at my wits end is there any new advice out there. GPs don't seem to have a clue[&:].

Beaumartin

Hi

I think viagra is better than cialis. but as far as concerned about your age, Viagra will suit you and you can not increased the cialis dosage because you are already take heavy dosages of cialis. So i think you should go for Original Viagra of pfizer company.

thanks

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vikmason
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Well, oral medications work, but steer clear of unapproved generics and counterfeits. Here is a website that lists all the top Govt regulated doctor services in UK - [url]Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Costs of Regulated UK Clinics Compared[/url]

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