Best male supplement for penis erection and hardness

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  1. 18+

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    which one is the best male supplement for penis erection and hardness?

    I have used yohimbe plus it had worked for me but now its not working so what should i do ?

    any other good supplement for penis erection ?
     
  2. Mari

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    You're pretty young to be having erectile problems. Go to a doctor and get checked out, just to make sure there isn't a medical problem.

    Also, it's easier for some men to get erections if they are comfortable with their partner and the situation they're in--how well you know the person, how much time and privacy you have, how rested you are, how much time you've spent warming up, etc.

    If there is no medical problem, this can usually work much better than any supplement.
     
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    Things that "fuck up" your erection:
    - Being very fat
    - Being very lazy
    - Having a high blood pressure
    - Being generally tired
     
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    I agree with Mari. If you're having erection problems at your age (or any age) you should discuss it with your doctor. It can be a symptom of more serious problems. Or it might be all mental. (You haven't given many details. Tell us more if you want suggestions.)

    The big three ED medications (Viagra, Cialis and Levitra) work wonders if you have a vascular problem. Yohimbe and similar herbs and suppliments seldom work like they're advertised, and only if you have a hormone deficiency to begin with. A doctor can do some blood tests (testoserone is a prime one) and might determine why you're having a problem. Once you learn why, fixing it will probably be easy.
     
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