Loss of sensation

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Re: Loss of sensation

Postby CanGetItUpButNoMore » Wed Sep 07, 2022 8:37 am

Growinjim wrote:I got some clit sensitizer for me and wife from Adam and Eve
and later MOJO penis sensitizer

This sounds interesting. Are there any success stories out there?
68yo. Diabetes & hypertension drugs but none that are infamous for ED causation. Increasing ED compounded by frequent anorgasmia. Viagra for 2 years. Cabergoline experimentation inconclusive. New to pumping (Encore). Supportive (to a limit) wife.

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Re: Loss of sensation

Postby Spontaneous1 » Wed Sep 07, 2022 10:49 am

All I can say, from "every person I've read about who's done jelging", don't do it! The end result always seems to be negative and only makes things irreversibly worse.
Retired 64 y.o. Married. Good health. Moderate ED since 2019. Use constriction band ocassionately to help maintain erection, some Cialis/Viagra. Some loss of sensation. Nocturnal erections returning, but lower libido, and sensitivity than before.

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