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lugnut
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Not sure if I am in the correct forum for this but hey ho. I have recently noticed my dick isn't as hard as it should be when aroused. Now I'm getting on a bit so maybe that is part of the problem. I also take a lot of meds that have know side effects of erectile disfunction and decreased labido. I am trying viagra but early indications are that is not working. I have not tried a cock ring yet. Any other advice? I think the long term solution is to cut down the meds but I need them for now.

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Gingerluv
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Oh has just been diagnosed with a few chronic health conditions. He too has been put on meds but they have had a negative effect. Theyre pain killing meds rather than treating a life threatening condition so he is planning on going back to the doctors to change to something else. Id maybe mention it to your doctor and see what can be changed?
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eyemblacksheep
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seeing doc can help

but... OK - you can possibly try a vibrator - whether a cheaper magic wand or more expensive Doxy they can help simulate.

if you've really got budget to spend : Venus 2000 worth a shot, but they are best part of a grand... they're milking machines and orgasm machines, but, I have  used one in filming when I've needed to be erect for a scene quickly after a previous scene.

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High Street places like Holland & Barrett do off the shelf herbal/mixed vitamin type tablets deliberately for promoting testosterone production. It's used as a supplement in body building and helps with muscle mass etc. It's the testosterone level in your body at the time that dictates your level of arousal, and therefore ability to perform. Equally, there are the same female hormone promoters that can be taken, to naturally encourage your body to produce more testosterone. Worst case, your doctor can prescribe (postcode lottery) testosterone patches, that give you an instant "shot" of testosterone. These are inherently for disfunction/patients who are not able to produce their own testosterone. I'm not a doctor, so speak to a H&B rep if you want to try something as a remedial measure. Alternatively, a conversation with your GP.
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