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Viagra Doesn't Work/ What to Do Next?

I am a 48 yr old male that is having a problem keeping a full erection. My doctor put me on 50 mgs of viagra and after 2 days have seen no results so he upped it to 100 mgs and after 3 more days still no results. Has anyone had any problems with viagra working properly? Or do I need to take this medication longer to see results?

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replied October 19th, 2006
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replied October 26th, 2006
Viagra
Viagra should work in a few hours. When you are sexual stimulated, the blood would flow to your pennis making it erected. There are another similar product, like levitra and cialis. However, the problem could be mental, for some reason, your mind blocks your desire. Have you consider to see a psychologyst?
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replied August 20th, 2007
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talk to your doctor. ask for samples of other precriptions. also have him recommend an endocrinologist and perhaps some counseling. you need to get to the root of the problem and deal with it as soon as possible. don't be afraid to ask questions and for advice.
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replied November 14th, 2009
Erectile dysfunction.
Sometimes your hormones get out of balance and this causes erectile dysfunction.
Problems in your relationship with your sexual partner can also cause erectile dysfunction. Improving your relationship may help your sex life. If you decide to seek therapy, it will probably be most effective if your sex partner is included. Couples can learn new ways to please one another and to show affection. This can reduce anxiety about having erections.
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