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Suffered with series of veneral disease, on glevo after taking doxicycline, difficulty in maintaining erection. How can I fix this?

Good afternoon.I am 34yrs old,i am not married n have suffered a serise of Veneral disease especially chlamydia ,in 2005 i masturbated for a few months same with 2006 and 7,i finally treated the chlam infection in 2010 and in 2011 i had unproted sex and the infection came back,i have tried to treat it again to no avail,presently i am taking glevo after having taken doxicycline 100 3weeks ago,My question is this,i can t have full sex with my partner,difficult to get a second erection and the first erection does not usually last long.What can i do to solve all these complication Dr.thank you .
Asked On : Sun, 19 Aug 2012
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hi i thin u are suffering from erectile can be due to anxiety ,nervous dysfunction or diabetes,rule out diabetes then tret the condition with siotone twice daily ,neurokind plus in the morning and fludac 20 mg at night.if not cured go for testosterone levels and if it is less take injection of testosterone undeconate
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