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Loss of sexual urge. All tests normal. Reason?

As of right now, I have been off of Animal Cuts for about 20 days and I notice a dramatic change in the bedroom. I do not have the "urge" anymore. Its much more difficult to get an erection and when I do get an erection its not how it used to be... aka.. I lose it.
I went to the doctor and got checked up and told her my problem. She did a urine test and checked for STD's and said everything is looks perfect.
What is going on over here? I notice a slight improvement since it has been 20ish days i have been off of everything.
But what is this because of??
Asked On : Fri, 5 Apr 2013
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Sexologist 's  Response

Welcome to healthcaremagic.

Animal cuts contain ingredients that alter your metabolism. As days pass the ingredients of Animal cuts will get washed off and totally gone from your body system. You will begin to notice you are getting your erections. Have patience.

Get engrossed in work/hobby for few days without bothering to check your sexual system. Erections will come sooner if your mind is not occupied in checking and measuring erection.

Best wishes,
Stay healthy,

Dr. Ashok Koparday
Answered: Sat, 11 May 2013
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