How to improve your sexual performance

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    Mar 22, 2010 12:29 AM GMT
    I'm 33 years old and my sex life is better than ever. My sexual performance is great and I want to share my secret with you guys.

    My regimen is a bit complex but if you suffer from ED or simply want to improve your sexual performance, it may be helpful:

    a) Cialis

    My urologist prescribed me Cialis to treat my sexual performance anxiety and results were impressive. Cialis only acts locally, though. If you're not sexually aroused, it won't work.

    b) Vigamed

    Vigamed (oral phentolamine) is not Viagra, it is an entirely new ED drug. I take it 30 minutes before sex. Vigamed (formerly known as Vasomax) is not available in the US but it is a licensed ED treatment in South America and you can order it online: www.vasomaxclinic.com

    c) Prelox

    As far as I know, Prelox (L-arginine, pycnogenol) is the only natural ED treatment that is clinically proven to work. You won't see immediate results, though. Prelox is just a food supplement and should be taken everyday.

    d) Healthy lifestyle

    A healthy lifestyle is the #1 ED treatment. Eat healthy, get some exercise, lose weight.
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    Mar 22, 2010 1:53 PM GMT
    I don't get it. Your regimen is taking three pills and having a healthy lifestyle? Not very complex. You forgot getting adequate sleep in a healthy lifestyle.
    Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't that only deal with the physical aspect of ED whereas some people have a more psychological issue with performance?

    Good tips though but I would use pills as a last resort.
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    Mar 23, 2010 12:47 AM GMT
    jim_e saidI don't get it. Your regimen is taking three pills and having a healthy lifestyle? Not very complex. You forgot getting adequate sleep in a healthy lifestyle.
    Correct me if I'm wrong but doesn't that only deal with the physical aspect of ED whereas some people have a more psychological issue with performance?

    Good tips though but I would use pills as a last resort.



    Yes, you're absolutely right, pills are a last resort and you should take them under the supervision of a doctor (urologist). Self medication is always a risk.

    PDE-5 inhibitors (Viagra, Cialis, Levitra) and Vigamed only act locally and don't improve libido but they may be useful in cases of psychogenic ED. These drugs will improve your erections and this will make you more confident. Once you overcome your anxiety problems, you won't need them anymore.
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    Mar 23, 2010 12:50 AM GMT
    Who needs help?...I'm 48 and going better than ever....36.gif
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    Mar 23, 2010 1:02 AM GMT
    My vote is for D--healthy lifestyle. As someone who can rank up there with living one of the most unhealthy lifestyles of anyone on this site in the past, I know I pissed away much of my early 20's with a disgusting lifestyle and bad sex. I am constantly amazed how a healthy lifestyle makes sex so much better.
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    Mar 23, 2010 1:06 AM GMT
    Not to take away from the important points above, finding someone you're attracted to is also good! That can be difficult.
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    Mar 23, 2010 12:39 PM GMT
    Being in the moment is what works for me
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    Mar 23, 2010 12:58 PM GMT
    I say, practice makes PERFECT! No need for "supplements"!
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    Mar 23, 2010 1:02 PM GMT
    I hope you're getting counseling in addition to the pills because if it's performance "anxiety", then there are issues there that a pill will not fix. You stop the pills and don't fix that.....it all comes back.

    I used to have issues when I'd get the point of having sex with guys where there would be a problem, but it was because I had so much anxiety over what they were going to think when they saw me naked (is my dick big enough, are my balls big enough, am I going to be able to satisfy him, etc., etc.) that I wouldn't be able to do anything. Then there were the times when I'd make it through sex OK but then had the post sex anxiety (was I good enough? Did he enjoy it? I bet I didn't come enough for him and he was disappointed?....blah, blah, blah!) Until I was able to pinpoint that all of that came from my disappointment in myself growing up that I was gay and that I somehow failed my family and was bad (even though consciously I new better), I had never dealt with all that just swept it aside. Until I dealt with that, I never had the self confidence in me that I needed to get rid of all the anxiety I had around sex either before or after. Thank God, after several years of counseling I've done that and now I have no issues and my future hubby is VERY HAPPY! icon_razz.gif
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    Mar 24, 2010 12:17 AM GMT
    metropolis57 said

    PDE-5 inhibitors (Viagra, Cialis, Levitra) and Vigamed only act locally and don't improve libido but they may be useful in cases of psychogenic ED. These drugs will improve your erections and this will make you more confident. Once you overcome your anxiety problems, you won't need them anymore.


    Thanks for the info, I'll pass that onto my customers at work
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    Mar 26, 2010 1:57 AM GMT
    I eat right and exercise and have had no issues in the libido department (just as horny as ever!!) and no issues with performance. I don't self-medicate.