Thanks for the reply. I'll try the google search. I rarely eat fast food. I rarely drink alcohol and I don't drink coffee. (rarely even drink caffenated sodas because the cafein irretates the colon) I don't and have never smoke. Snack food and the exercise is my downfall I take it.View Thread
I'm 42 and have been to a "specialist" but really haven't received any real help for my problem. My problem is this, I can not "cum" more than once in a 24 hour period and if I do I would be lucky to "cum" a third time with-in a 48-72 hour period. It actually seems to be worse I don't think I could "cum" twice with-in a 48 hour time period now. the "specialist" I went to see wanted to buy some kind of special pump. Really? What can I do to get my sperm count back up, so I will be able to "cum"a least once everyday?View Thread
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