Erection problem

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  1. flynn

    flynn Well-Known Member

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    Are there any stats on whether well endowed men have more impotence problems in middle age than do men of average size?
     
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    I think they have, but I can't really proof it.
    What's sure: Men with a poor "penile aspect ratio" have more often erectile problems. That are men with a long but thin penis.
    You can find medical site in the internet if you search for " penile aspect ratio"!
     
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    Interesting that you should say that, in my early 30s my doctor asked if I had erectile problems, and I thought it was a routine question, but told him no.

    However, the following year at my annual checkup he asked me again; again I said no.

    The third year I called him on it, and he did respond that sometimes well-endowmed men will have problems but not interpret it as erectile dysfunction. This was before Viagra, I believe.

    I know that in my heyday it would point to my chin; now, I'm lucky if it's parallel to the ground. But at least it gets hard. And yes, I tried Viagra and it works great - too great. My wife has asked that it only be used when absolutely necessary because she does not like it stiff as a board. A little pliable is a good thing.
     
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    I use viagra now but my cock angle is only about thirty degrees. I can't get it up for shit without the "pill". What I have noticed is that with viagra it takes a long time to cum . My wife starts to get uncomfortable after a while and does everything she can to make me cum.
     
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    It all goes back to keeping the whole body in good health. Thank goodness I have been able to do so. I have not always lived a heathy lifestyle, but as I age, I have changed my ways. So far so good.
     
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    Even with your body in good shape, heredity can play a part if your family history includes hypertension and / or high chlorestol. Both of these conditon may cause a man to need Levitra, Cealis, or Viagra to keep the penis erect.
     
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