I am 37 years old and have been suffering from ED for 3 years or so now. I have tried both Viagra and Cialis as well as "herbal suppliments" (which seem to be a load of crap) to help. Both of the prescriptions seemed to work for a while and within the last year or so seem to have lost their effectiveness. I have been taking the 50mg Viagra most often and while it used to be great (18 year old erections, good duration, and good sensitivity) now I can barely keep it up for 5 minutes. My sensitivity is dismal. Even when masturbating I can only become semi erect. I am at wits end. It is seriously affecting both my psychological well being but my marriage is beginning to suffer as well. Any suggestions, advice, etc.?View Thread
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