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Sexual problems, low libido levels, unable to get and maintain an erection. Cure?

Hi I m sooo confused right know. I m having a problem having sex right now and I don t know what s happening I m having a problem getting a bonner. But like I know my hormones r low but I used to be sooo obseesed with sex but know I m not . Please I realy want to have sex with my girl but I have a problem keeping and getting a bonner...what do I do?
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You are facing a problem of erectile dysfunction and libido.First off all please get your hormonal study Serum Testosterone and Prolactin level done If these levels are bellow normal range you will tale treatment to elevate the hormonal levels which will normalize your libido and erectile dysfunction.Please consult some urologist or sex therapist who will guide you scientifically.
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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