Horny Goat Weed works for me. Yohimbe works but at 1000mg it makes me jittery. 500mg less jittery, but not as effective.
Purtitan's Pride had a sale with $10 off and free shipping so I went to their sexual health section and took a look at what they had. I won't buy combination supplements because they have a little of a lot. I bought some L-Arginine. I have tried it before and didn't seem to make any difference. I'll try taking it longer. I looked at Tribulus Terrestris but ruled it out because I have prostate issues. I also rule out anything that increases testosterone for the same reason. I decided to try Muira Puama. I'm hoping I get the benefits of Yohimbe without the side effects. http://www.webmd.com/vitamins-supplements/ingredientmono-574-muira+puama.aspx?activeIngredientId=574&activeIngredientName=muira+puama&source=1
I've taken 4000mg daily of Muira Puama tablets for the last two weeks. The result no improvement or negative improvement. I took 1000mg of Yohmibe this morning and the result was not as good as usual. I will stop taking the MP. I also have been taking 2000mg of l-arginine and there hasn't been a positive result, but I will taking it because it is suppose to be beneficial for neuropathy. Some of the research I did indicated that MP tablets were not effective. The MP should be in a tincture to be absorbed. I ordered some tincture today and will post the results after completing my test.View Thread
If you have access to affordable health care, get a second or third opinion. I'm tired of hearing, sorry but it's part of the aging process. I belong to an HMO and eventually saw 4 doctors before I could get a reasonable diagnosis of what was causing cold/allergy symptoms.View Thread
Here's how I check out supplements. Find out the ingredients and amounts. Use Webmd to see what info they have on individual ingredients; studies and side effects. Read reviews on Amazon for the individual ingredients and some multi ingredient supplements. Amazon doesn't sell bazooka but they do have other male enhancement supplements. The amount is critical. I take Horny goat weed and occasionally Yohimbe. I started taking HGW 2000mg twice a day and have increased the amount with slightly better results. I have experimented with Yohimbe which is risky. The recommended dosage is 2000mg. This almost made me ill and had a strong effect on my erection. 750-1000mg positive effect with less side effects. 500mg no effect on my erection and virtually no side effects. Extenze contains 12.5 mg of Yohimbe. If I get no benefit from 500mg what can I expect from 12.5 .View Thread
How much does he love you? To many men and women, sex starts and ends with a penis. Many women can't orgasm from intercourse and other stimulation is required. Why wouldn't he want you to feel pleasure? He may feel like a failure because he can't get or sustain an erection. Pleasuring you should help his self esteem. You may be able to stimulate him manually or orally and give him some pleasure. Lovemaking is about giving.View Thread
It is difficult to comment with so little information. I don't know his age, physical health, or sexual history. Assuming he's young and healthy, it would be a psychological issue. Getting pregnant probably isn't going to be that difficult, but having a satisfactory sex life is. You need to have an honest discussion with him about what makes him orgasm and how often. I don't consider myself abnormal, but when I was younger it would take a lot of orgasms, either through masturbation or intercourse to make me unable to stay hard during intercourse. It has has happened a few times but I was engaging in excessive sexual activity.View Thread
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