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testosterone problem

Im 28 years old and i am experiencing some stressfull problems. First off my erections are weak and not like they used to be. I do get a full erection sometimes but it will die out before i get a chance to have sex. I went to see my doctor and he did blood work. my testosterone level is 362. im not sure if that is good or bad? I was obese and started working on it a few months ago. im not sure if that had something to do with it. now im 197 lbs at 5'11" tall. my urologist prescribed me anti-depressants which i have been taking for a few weeks now but still no help and i really want to get off of them. ive never had a stress problem so im not sure why im on these pills but i would really appreciate someones help asap. Do you think my testosterone level is low according to my age and weight? please help
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no your testo level is ok  take some vitamins and ssri medicine like peroxtin 10 mg 1dily     along with viagra 50 mg half an hour before inter course
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thanks for the help. i am on peroxtin 10. i have tried cialis 25mg but nothing happened. not even a weak erection. i will ask my to prescribe me the viagra 50 mg. y is the peroxtin necessary? it made me want to kill myself a few nights ago. i was really scared so i stopped.
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ist u must try viagra 50 it is better than cialis ok dont go to peroxetin try vi swiss tab eat fish and meet ok take care
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