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Is there a medication a doctor can give me for this? | Levitra Guide

Is there a medication a doctor can give me for this?

I’m 21 years old and I might have Erectile Dysfunction, today and last night I had sex with this hot girl and couldn’t stay hard enough. There were times when I got so soft the condom almost fell off, I was inside her a couple times but not long at all. This is the second time I had sex in 6 days but its also my first 2 times. I’m not sure if I have performance anxiety or not but the more I thought about not being hard the softer I got and I had a lot of whiskey the night before. What should I do? Should a I see a urologist? I want to nip this in the bud today I’m not upset or ashamed i just want to be ready for the next time, please tell me what I can do to get back on the right track, because I did get hard while we made out and it wouldn’t sustain

Chosen Answer:

Well – - – it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out.
Take a LONG, HARD LOOK at your lifestyle – then make the necessary changes if you want to correct your issue.

No smoking – no beer/ale – no booze – no drugs. ANY of these can interrupt blood flow to your penis resulting in diminished libido & cause erectile dysfunction or impotence.

Stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, crappy diet, lack of exercise, & some medications can also cause malfunction at the junction.
by: Barcode
on: 31st October 13

One Response to “Is there a medication a doctor can give me for this?”

  1. Barcode says:

    Well – - – it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure it out.
    Take a LONG, HARD LOOK at your lifestyle – then make the necessary changes if you want to correct your issue.

    No smoking – no beer/ale – no booze – no drugs. ANY of these can interrupt blood flow to your penis resulting in diminished libido & cause erectile dysfunction or impotence.

    Stress, anxiety, depression, fatigue, crappy diet, lack of exercise, & some medications can also cause malfunction at the junction.