Was wondering if anyone knows if you have Erectile Dysfunction and take Cialis or Viagra and still cannot get an errection, would this mean that the problem is not Pschological (ie you need councelling therapy). Surely this would mean its a physical problem ie. more likely to be an underlying medical problem. ?
First and foremost, make sure you are taking legitimate brand drugs. Most of the stuff you see on the Internet is fake and useless. Then, make sure you take your drugs the right way. You should take them on an empty stomach, one hour before sex. Finally, these drugs are mere erection facilitators, not erection initiators; sexual stimulation is always necessary. If they don't work (and many men don't respond to these treatments), that doesn't necessarily mean that your ED is organic or psychological.
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