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Erectile Dysfunction Pills?

Question: Erectile Dysfunction Pills?
I am 45 years of age and have been suffering with ED for 10 years. I started taking 25mg of Kamagra pills which worked fine, and until two weeks ago I started taking 50mg with no success even through stimulation by my wife. I do wake up in the morning with an erection though. I started exercising regularly and eat healthily and my doctor has given me a clean bill of health. I have very slight high blood pressure and slightly high cholesterol (5.5). My brother suffers from the same condition and he says that 100mg works fine. I am worried that the condition is getting worse and do not just want to increase the dosage to 100mg. I dont know what else to do. HELP!!!


Answer by unknown friend
Our bodies build up immunities to medications we take over time, changing brands will sometimes correct the problem. Even though the main ingredients may be the same the binding ingredients vary from brand to brand.

There are several different brands on the market now days so try changing to another one, if it corrects the problem then when it stops working properly change again. Once you are off the medication that you have built up an immunity to your body may let it work again at a later date.

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By | 31. Oct 2013 | Kamagra | 2 Comments »


  1. Nadejda Johns says:

    Don’t be upset so much. I think your organism’s reaction to Kamagra has changed due to some reasons. May be you need another ED drug. I suggest you to look through

  2. ChezBalls says:

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