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Hello sir/maam, I just want to know if is it okay to take a pills for larger penis and stronger erections?Im just curious if the pills can make my penis larger and have stronger erection because I really want to have a large penis because i only have 4inches long...and when i sex with my GF my penis doesn't erec like before. I wonder why?I receive an email from this site http://www.drugamazingmighty.com/ and as i surf it i found a pills named VPXL (Very Penis Extended Long) it says here that VPXL is a 100% safe and natural herbal formula designed to enlarge your penis. Is this PILLS is recommended by a doctor?or approved by FDA.? and that wedsite is approved by FDA to sell drugs online? can you please help me? Thanks!
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