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ED help?

I am 44 yrs old and have suffered from weak erections for almost 5 years now.  I never had any problems before this but have had consistent problems since.  My urologist has tested me for low T three separate times and found the following: low T 1 1/2 yrs ago, borderline several months later and then borderline again recently.  He put me on 5gm. Androgel which I have been on for 1 week and 2 days now.  I have not noticed any improvement as of yet, though my urologist mentioned that it could take 3 weeks before I saw any benefit and would probably want to continue the use of Levitra until that time.  Is this true, normal or am I not going to see a benefit from this medication?
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Hi! if levitra isn't work u can test another products for ED like viagra, cialis.. for test beter to buy an ed pack which contain all products.. I buy from http://reductil-meridia.biz.. better for me is cialis.. i can choose ;)
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Hi just been through the ED problem, DHEA got me going again, so first read all about it then if you think this will suit you have a try of it, staert on 25mg and work up from there.
Thers a good link on WEBMD, and if you just put DHEA for men in your serch engine it will through up some good facts about as well, dont worry if you read some things for women, we can both take it, as my wife is now taken it as well.
Good luck.
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I can suggest you this web site http://pharmacy.viagranow.eu , I have recently bought Cialis here and I'm really satisfied..
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