I do not have PE, although I have experienced it a few times in my younger years.
I do take Cialis, though, in small amounts due to low T issues/damage and premature plaque/endothelial damage.
I find that even at my small dose of 2.5 mg EOD, I can have difficulty reaching orgasm, and this higher the dose I take the more difficulty I can have.
At 5 mg daily I was having to break a sweat and thrust for much longer than my wife needed or wanted me to in order to chase down my orgasms. She often had to count me down or use some other trick to get me to be able to cum.
I am wondering if this drug can help men who actually have PE to stave off orgasm.
One out of Three men in America suffer with PE. It's the largest sexual dysfunction there is. Since there is no discussion board dedicated to PE so far, we will try to fill the need here!
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Genetically sky-high Lp(a) of 390 led to various heart diseases. Ultra-low testosterone of 120 (now 480 with Clomid) also contributed to ED at age 41. Managing with daily Cialis, but for me, the implant is a "when", not an "if".
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