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getting and maintaining erection

The last 30 yrs I have had some problem with erections but the last 6 months it as gotten worse. I do wake up with erection but does not last .the wife can get me hard ,but when it is time to climb on my penis go limp. I have never had multiple sex acts .I do smoke , I do walk almost very day at least 3 miles if not more, my weight is high side of normal. The only meds I take is for prostate problem.  Any comments  
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Hi there,
Erectile dysfunction can be caused by physical and emotional issues both. The few risk factors of erectile dysfunction are advanced age, diabetes mellitus, smoking, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, nerve or spinal cord damage, depression and anxiety   etc. The few common side effects of Flomax are abnormal ejaculation, decreased sex drive, runny or stuffy nose, or sore throat. Your physician will determine the best option based upon your evaluation and medical history. Keep me posted.
Best luck and regards!
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If you take Cialis every other day it will greatly improve the quality of your erections and relax your prostate gland as well. If after this you still can't have intercourse then you might consider Testosterone Therapy although it may not come to this.
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