... back to normal? ie. A fully, correct erection of the penis? I have about a 70-75% total erection, such as when I was 30 years younger, I am now early 60's.
9 Dec 2012
I'm not convinced that this problem is related to nicotine. At age 60, difficulties with maintaining an erection are not uncommon. Typically doctors will prescribe an ED medication like viagra, Cialis, Levitra... or, after a bloodtest to determine testosterone levels, possibly Androgel, Testim or Axiron...
Why do you think it might be related to nicotine usage? (I assume you mean smoking or anti-smoking gum, right?)
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I am concerned that the extra penile circulation/blood flow may cause problems. I certainly don't want any long-term issues.
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