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Erectile dysfunction Anonymous 09/18/2022 (Sun) 01:17:52 No. 8031
Sorry if it isn't the right place to post this but I can't take it anymore. It's been a recurring problem of mine that appeared during highschool. It was gradual at first but now although I have "erections" that make my member grow it's got the consistency of jelly. I don't smoke, I drink alcohol on in social situations maybe once or twice per month. I'm single but not lonely, my job is not stressful and I do exercise regularly. I've tried everything (habits, nutrition, therapy, going off my meds and even tried drugs and "alternative medicine") to deal with this but it either fails or I develop resistance and it stops being effective after a week. I know not everything in life is about sex, and I know I'm not less of a man for not being able to have intercourse but I just can't take it anymore.
>>8031 Hey, OP. I suffer from ED as well. Granted, mine doesn't bother me, I can understand how yours would bother you. Is it so bad that you can't perform at all or only when you're on your own? If it does then you could look into getting that little blue pill for men. At least here in America, it's comically easy to get legally as long as you can afford a prescription and it's a cheaper one iirc. Unfortunately I don't know of any way to make you naturally more potent. If that's what really bothers you, then you'll just have to come to terms with it. It'll probably hurt at first but it does get easier to live with this kind of stuff.
>>8031 It's not quite what you're going through, but I've been dealing with hard flaccid for several years now but am almost back to normal now. I even had a wet dream the other night. Having to put up with that really does make you feel terrible. What worked for me was reprogramming my subconscious mind by practicing self-hypnosis twice a day in tandem with the Coue method. I started taking it seriously at the end of last year not really knowing what I was doing and have a lot more confidence now. I can go into more detail if it sounds like something you'd want to try.

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