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Review by Long John Silver (taken for less than 1 month):
I am a 66-year-old male and began noticing erectile dysfunction problems when I turned 65 last year. I had been using Viagra for the past several months. I had a routine once-a-year physical last week and asked about a prescription for Viagra and my physician gave me the 2-pack of Staxyn. Wow. I took it home and the next night I used it and wow-like a rock! Staxyn works very well, better than Viagra! Staxyn makes my penis very hard and happy, so my lady is very happy too! And without any noticeable side effects.
48 users found this comment helpful.
When I was experiencing erection problems my doctor recommended Staxyn. It worked great for use and allowed my wife and I to have extended session. I even felt the effects the next morning, if too much time hadn't passed.
25 users found this comment helpful.
I'm younger than most people who take this, but man did the results fan out. I was able to maintain an erection for four hours. I woke up with a stuffy nose and a headache but my wife and I were super glad.
61 users found this comment helpful.
Fast acting (25-30 minutes) and very few mild side effects - stuffy nose. Can be taken after a meal so no empty stomach requirement. Delivers excellent long lasting results without the Viagra/Cialis side effects.
64 users found this comment helpful.
It seemed to work faster. I liked the way it dissolved on the tongue and did not notice the side effects which we all know that there are some. The down side is that my insurance was paying for six and you only get four in a box. I did not know how to recover my loss. I wish that they would consider diabetics when doing THESE type of study.
45 users found this comment helpful.
I'm 57 years old and I've been a diabetic for over 20 years and it has gotten harder to maintain an erection. I tried Staxyn a few nights ago and was very happy with the results. For me it worked better than Viagra, Cialis and I've even tried injectables. Those were very expensive and not comfortable.
68 users found this comment helpful.
Last night was amazing! I have always been able to achieve a sufficient erection for penetration but I would lose it fast during intercourse . It would come back here and there sometimes. Last night I took (1) 10mg dissolveable tablet and we took a shower. When we got out I went into a massage on her and immediately became erect. It stayed rock hard through foreplay and intercourse. (intercourse lasted much longer as well!) I was able to completely relax and enjoy myself with 110% confidence in the performance. My wife and I both enjoyed the best sexual experience of our lives and I don't know why I didn't do this years ago!
100 users found this comment helpful.
47 years old healthy, heavily involved in exercising, a sex maniac all my life but started having performance problems 2 years ago. I enjoy long foreplays to get my woman ready for the big thing but as I aged I found harder to stay hard that long so by the time intercourse was due I was not stiff enough. With Staxyn I am ready in 30-40 minutes and I can stay hard for hours as long as I am engaged in sexual activity. It seems to last for 10 or 12 hours or more.
Except a slight upset stomach no other side effects so far.
69 users found this comment helpful.
My Dr. gave me 2 sample packets. Even my Pharmacist had not heard of Staxyn yet. After a couple of uses I found that the onset is rather quick, Duration appeared to be betwen 5-7 hours. Overall effectiveness compared to Levitra 20mg was a bit less effective. Overall satisfaction was about 70%.
96 users found this comment helpful.
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