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Posted by: vincent | 2010/05/18

no erection

59 years old hypertensive, get no erection

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Dear Vincent,

Please see your doctor or a urologist who can prescribe a PDE-5 (viagra, cialus, levitra), if you do not have certain heart related conditions the excludes its use, to assist with erections. High blood pressure and the medication used to treat it are both linked with erection difficulties in men.

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Our users say:
Posted by: Bo | 2010/05/18

Try Viagra.

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Posted by: sexologist | 2010/05/18

Dear Vincent,

Please see your doctor or a urologist who can prescribe a PDE-5 (viagra, cialus, levitra), if you do not have certain heart related conditions the excludes its use, to assist with erections. High blood pressure and the medication used to treat it are both linked with erection difficulties in men.

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