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Dear all
i have already posted my problem :
"""" i used to have a regular sexual intercourse 4 moths ago, with no problems.
During the past 3 months, i was masturbating , using porn movies like 3 to 4 times / week
Last SUNDAY, we had a contact with my gf, and when she started the handjob , i lost my erection.
It was shocking to me , although i was exhausted that day .
it took me 2 days to get back an erection,after i did some bench press exercices. On the third day , i had the same trial with my GF and same happened( lost of erection after getting it hard)
Eversince i was anxious and cant get it hard , or hard enough,( its been alomost 10days,i only get hard before ejaculation!!) .
I went to see an urologue and he told me that the clinical test showed no physiological problems and asked me to do the following blood tests : LH, Prolactine, and testosterone. """"
TEST RESULTS Newly came as follows: TOTAL TESTOSTERONE: 665 , PROLACTINE 12 , and LH 9.4,is it ok?

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replied December 17th, 2009
Erectile Dysfunction Answer A8537

Normal range of testosterone in blood is 300 - 1000 ng/dl. Prolactin is normally below 20 ng/ml and LH is 2 - 14 U/L.

Your blood tests appear normal.


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