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Old 03-07-2007, 11:22 AM   #1
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low and/or non-existant sex drive

Has anyone tried any readily available herbal remedies that actually help to drastically increase sex drive and erection difficulties? I know, it sounds like I'm asking for a miracle drug. I'm 41 years old and married w/ 3 kids just to give you some background, but the kids and wife are not the issue. I'm sure losing some weight and more excersise might help as well, but I have had this same issue at various weight and health levels, so I need more help. It would be nice if I could walk into my local GNC or healthfood store and find something that has proven to work in the real world and not on the seemingly fake testimonials on the product web sites.

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Old 03-07-2007, 03:57 PM   #2
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Re: low and/or non-existant sex drive

Have you checked with your doctor? There may be an underlying issue like, High Blood Pressure or a low testosterone level. A non existant sex drive is a symptom of a low T level. Poor erections can be from HBP or even Diabetes. Go for a complete physical. Talk to your doctor about these issues.

 
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Old 03-07-2007, 08:20 PM   #3
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Re: low and/or non-existant sex drive

I don't mean to promote this as an all-out cure for low sex drive and erection boosts, but I used the herbal supplement Enzyte once and it really worked well for me. It really did increase my sex drive, boosted erections and even engorged my penis. It may not work the same for everyone, I think they tell you that somewhere in their information leaflet, but I'd be willing to bet it just may work for you. It isn't really cheap, but worth a try if you're interested. A six month supply will run you about $100.

It wouldn't hurt to get a good checkup either. Like the other guy said, it could be something your doctor could help you with. Also at age 41 things do naturally decrease some..

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Old 03-10-2007, 02:18 PM   #4
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Re: low and/or non-existant sex drive

My husband tried Yohimbe, it was from GNC, and it was like a present for me. He had such a low libido, then the more he didn't want sex, the more guilty he felt, so the more he didn't want sex, it was a vicious circle. I wasn't pressuring him in any way, but he still felt guilty. The Yohime really did work.

 
Old 03-10-2007, 02:28 PM   #5
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Re: low and/or non-existant sex drive

I have heard that Maca helps increase the sex drive in both men and women. You should take 2 tablespoons of it daily. Apparently, the powdered form is best. For the capsules to really work, you'd need like 15 at once which is a waste of money. I have heard it is not the best tasting stuff in the world but most people seem to stomach it OK in smoothies or more in starchy foods like oatmeal, mashed potatoes, mixed with refried beans in burritos. It is supposed to have a lot of health benefits for both sexes, so it shouldn't do any harm.

 
Old 03-10-2007, 10:30 PM   #6
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Re: low and/or non-existant sex drive

I once tried Magna RX from GNC. That is a great product. It really made my drive go through the roof, and it made for more pleasure. Also made my orgasms more intense. Try it, you'll like it..........

 
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