I have experienced the same problem when taking Flomax (actually the generic version). I have been taking Flomax for urinary problems- difficulty urinating, particularly at night. I am reluctant to stop taking Flomax in fear that these urinary problems will return. What have you guys found when you stopped taking Flomax. Did urinary problems come back? (I assume that urinary problems is what put you on Flomax in the first place.)View Thread
Thanks for the thorough explanation on how to jelq your penis. I tried this once and found that it did increase the size and width of my penis on the short run. After I stopped jelqing for a few days my penis returned to its normal size. It is a time consuming thing to do since each session required nearly a half hour when you consider warm-ups, etc.
I did find that at times it was difficult to stop getting a full erection and even ejaculating. When you get to the edge stop jelqing for a few minutes to let your penis soften up.
Good luck. I'm anxious to hear from anyone who tries this as to their results.View Thread
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