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hi sir

i have a Saver problem regarding Penus. My Penus have not too much power as like normal

Its shape is bending like Curve. The base of my Penus is not strong and it?s slightly weak as compare to the upper part of Penus. Sir if I am doing sexBuccal smear
Causes of sexual dysfunction
Child abuse - sexual
Delayed ejaculation
Erection problems
Female sexual dysfunction
Inhibited sexual desire
Orgasmic dysfunction
Puberty and adolescence
Rape
Safe sex with my girl friend then I feel it is brokenBroken bone
Broken or knocked out tooth from a base. it hasn?t a right straight shape It hasn?t a power to do a sexBuccal smear
Causes of sexual dysfunction
Child abuse - sexual
Delayed ejaculation
Erection problems
Female sexual dysfunction
Inhibited sexual desire
Orgasmic dysfunction
Puberty and adolescence
Rape
Safe sex with girl. Please understand my Case and tell me what I should do. I am really worried about this. I shall be very thankful to you.
regard`s
              lucky_ali
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222282 tn?1210164939
really sorry i dont understand your question  x
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682193 tn?1226631193
I am a 56 year old male that has ALWAYS had a very robust sex life.  Within the last 12 months it has gone from 150% to ZERO.  I went to Virginia Mason Clinic in Seattle and had a checkup by a "So Called" specialist.  She sent me back numbers based on a blood test they did where it said my Testosterone Level Is: 411 and my Free Testosterone Level Is: 39.6.  They describe these numbers as being "Normal"  Normal compared to WHAT?   I have no idea what these numbers mean.  The information is virtually useless to me.  Since I live 3000 miles from there I can't just go down and ask anyone there.  I HAVE written to them but get no responce.  I am Sick And Tired Of High Priced "So Called Specialists" that dispense useless information.  Is there anyone out there that knows what these numbers mean?

If there is I would appreciate very much hearing from you.

Sincerely,

FIRSTLIONHEART
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