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When I was using Caverject (6-7 years ago?) it came in an injector where you could set the dose before using. I would have to look at it to remember what my dose was but I do know it wasn't the highest setting and I never experimented going higher than the doc recommended. Even at the lower dose (in the middle of the setting IIRC) I experienced some pretty achy erections. Maybe the curvature could have been caused by scar tissue from injecting in the same spot all the time or long term usage. Or possibly too high a dosage?

I didn't stick with it after the relationship I was in ended and pretty much stuck with the pills after that ;D It's nice to know it's an option if ever needed though.  It definitely worked for me, I could punch holes in drywall I would get so hard. The doc who prescribed it for me is the one who told me I had some venous leakage. I can get it up often but maintaining is the problem.



Hey,Active. Do you remember what dosage did you use?

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I see. I'll check that.

Gracias amigo

If you think of it, let us know what you hear about this medication.

My english is killing me !!! Can you state your sentence in other words, Peak ? Sorry :(

I don't know if I was not clear when I said that I allready took the drug that has that substance plus Vitamin B12. What do you mean when you say "If you think of it"?

Thanks

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I see. I'll check that.

Gracias amigo

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Hey guys. Anyone knows about a relationship between Diclofenac Sodium and libido ? Any doctor who can comment?

Because a muscle contraction, I had to take recently a drug that contains that diclofenac sodium plus vitamin b12. I think my libido went up .

I do not find any other explanation other than this drug.

I found this study among others.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281746071_APHRODISIAC_DRUGS_FOR_WOMEN_AND_ITS_CORRELATION_WITH_SEROTONIN


Thanks in advance

Interesting - it's an NSAID.  Sounds like inflammation may be an issue for you?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12788515

If it is a traditional NSAID, watch your GI tract:  I had a relative dang near killed by NSAIDS.  (duodenal ulcer)

What does GI tract means, Peak ? CAn you elaborate on your last sentence, plis?  "If it is a traditional NSAID, watch your GI tract:  I had a relative dang near killed by NSAIDS.  (duodenal ulcer)"

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Hey guys. Anyone knows about a relationship between Diclofenac Sodium and libido ? Any doctor who can comment?

Because a muscle contraction, I had to take recently a drug that contains that diclofenac sodium plus vitamin b12. I think my libido went up .

I do not find any other explanation other than this drug.

I found this study among others.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/281746071_APHRODISIAC_DRUGS_FOR_WOMEN_AND_ITS_CORRELATION_WITH_SEROTONIN


Thanks in advance


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Just found out my ferritin is 319. Red Cross only lets you donate every 56 days. Is there any other ways to donate or have someone take my blood for free? I want to get my ferritin down to below 150. And feel like it'll take forever at only every 56 days.

I designed a system so that one person that I know, comes to my office and take out blood whenever I want. Unfortunately I have to throw away the blood. I do not have time to go and donate. But for me the reason is high hemoglobin

I believe some physicians/clinics do that here in the U.S. but not straight to your office.  See you on Shark Tank buddy!

hahahahahha. What I do is just use a vaccum pump conected to a cristal bottle and the crystal bottle to the hose that goes into the needle that take the blood out. And had to find somebody that knows how to take out samples of blood so he can put the needle in me. Obviously the blood has to be thrown away.

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I discontinued it inmediately after I proved with my results that it lowered my test and IGF1 drastically. I imagine it can make the same to Estradiol.

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Well, I meant to ask. Based on this study, what would be the cialis dosage take to match the 50 mgs dosage of Viagra.

Am I explaining myself?

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Just found out my ferritin is 319. Red Cross only lets you donate every 56 days. Is there any other ways to donate or have someone take my blood for free? I want to get my ferritin down to below 150. And feel like it'll take forever at only every 56 days.

I designed a system so that one person that I know, comes to my office and take out blood whenever I want. Unfortunately I have to throw away the blood. I do not have time to go and donate. But for me the reason is high hemoglobin

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I ran across this article on WEBMD and was wondering what others thought of it. I definitely could not afford to take Viagra every day for 12 Months!!!

https://www.webmd.com/erectile-dysfunction/news/20040513/nightly-viagra-may-restore-normal-erections#1

Nightly Viagra May Restore Normal Erections
Erections Maintained Even Without Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
From the WebMD Archives

May 13, 2004 -- When men with erectile dysfunction take Viagra every night, rather than just when the mood strikes them, they may experience a return to normal erections, say researchers at a meeting of men's health specialists.

"Nightly treatment may help promote erectile function as the result of this drugs' beneficial effect on endothelial cells," Frank Sommer, MD, said in a news conference. Endothelial cells line the walls of the blood vessels. Erections occur when the blood vessels in the penis dilate and fill with blood. Sommer, chief of andrology in the department of urology at the University of Cologne in Cologne, Germany, presented his findings at a meeting of the American Urological Association.

Normal Erections Without Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

He and his co-investigators studied 76 men who had erectile dysfunction for at least six months. Group 1 took 50 mg of Viagra nightly at bedtime. Group 2 took 50-100 mg of Viagra when they wanted, presumably before sexual intercourse. The investigators also followed a third group of men with erectile dysfunction who received no treatment. The men were an average of 47 years old.

After 12 months of nightly Viagra followed by one month of no erectile dysfunction treatment, nearly 60% of men in group 1 had a return of normal erections. Less than 10% of men that took Viagra as needed had a similar return of normal erections.
At the end of a six-month period without any erectile dysfunction treatment, all but one of the men in group 1 still had normal erections. Normal erections were determined by an erectile function questionnaire completed by the men.

Researchers also measured blood flow to the penis. After one month of no erectile dysfunction treatment, group 1 had a significant improvement in blood flow. However, group 2 had no significant change and blood flow, and group 3 worsened.
"This is the only study we know of that has investigated the long-term effects of taking erection-promoting therapy on a daily basis," Sommer says. "After only one year, [Viagra] taken regularly at bedtime may be ... a useful tool for curing erectile dysfunction."

What really caught my eye was the fact they took it at night.  I haven't preached this as much lately, but those nocturnal erections are ultracritical for penile health.  So this alone may account for the above.

The other thing that not every guy knows is that NO is a big anti-inflammatory.  So just having that NO may actually help heal the pudendal and penile arteries enough to make a difference.


Could this be applied to Cialis?

Peak, I recall you said you take some dose of Cialis daily, do you take it at night?

I think so, but you might want it in the afternoon since most guys tend to "get lucky" in the evening.  I think it takes a couple of hours to be full strength.


Do you know or anybody else, what is the equivalent dosage of cialis to Viagra? in other words 50 mgs of viagra = X mgs of Cialis.


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I ran across this article on WEBMD and was wondering what others thought of it. I definitely could not afford to take Viagra every day for 12 Months!!!

https://www.webmd.com/erectile-dysfunction/news/20040513/nightly-viagra-may-restore-normal-erections#1

Nightly Viagra May Restore Normal Erections
Erections Maintained Even Without Erectile Dysfunction Treatment
From the WebMD Archives

May 13, 2004 -- When men with erectile dysfunction take Viagra every night, rather than just when the mood strikes them, they may experience a return to normal erections, say researchers at a meeting of men's health specialists.

"Nightly treatment may help promote erectile function as the result of this drugs' beneficial effect on endothelial cells," Frank Sommer, MD, said in a news conference. Endothelial cells line the walls of the blood vessels. Erections occur when the blood vessels in the penis dilate and fill with blood. Sommer, chief of andrology in the department of urology at the University of Cologne in Cologne, Germany, presented his findings at a meeting of the American Urological Association.

Normal Erections Without Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

He and his co-investigators studied 76 men who had erectile dysfunction for at least six months. Group 1 took 50 mg of Viagra nightly at bedtime. Group 2 took 50-100 mg of Viagra when they wanted, presumably before sexual intercourse. The investigators also followed a third group of men with erectile dysfunction who received no treatment. The men were an average of 47 years old.

After 12 months of nightly Viagra followed by one month of no erectile dysfunction treatment, nearly 60% of men in group 1 had a return of normal erections. Less than 10% of men that took Viagra as needed had a similar return of normal erections.
At the end of a six-month period without any erectile dysfunction treatment, all but one of the men in group 1 still had normal erections. Normal erections were determined by an erectile function questionnaire completed by the men.

Researchers also measured blood flow to the penis. After one month of no erectile dysfunction treatment, group 1 had a significant improvement in blood flow. However, group 2 had no significant change and blood flow, and group 3 worsened.
"This is the only study we know of that has investigated the long-term effects of taking erection-promoting therapy on a daily basis," Sommer says. "After only one year, [Viagra] taken regularly at bedtime may be ... a useful tool for curing erectile dysfunction."

What really caught my eye was the fact they took it at night.  I haven't preached this as much lately, but those nocturnal erections are ultracritical for penile health.  So this alone may account for the above.

The other thing that not every guy knows is that NO is a big anti-inflammatory.  So just having that NO may actually help heal the pudendal and penile arteries enough to make a difference.


Could this be applied to Cialis?

Peak, I recall you said you take some dose of Cialis daily, do you take it at night?

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Testosterone, Hormones and General Men's Health / Re: POLL: HCG Benefit?
« on: August 01, 2017, 11:26:29 pm »
Is there any evidence that the use of HCG in conjuction with TEstosterone increases Free testosterone????

It was not until I started using the two, that my free testosterone went up into the 20s.

Anyone had this experience?



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I have been preparing syringes and freezzing them imediately after preparing them. And believe, me, they can last months to say the least.

I do not prepare more than one bottle at a time. This will give me around 8 syringes with my dosage and they will last more than one month but they could last more than that. But they have to be freezzed

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I have been sitting on the fence for about a year now.  I am 42 and my total testosterone has been consistently in the upper 300's.  So my doctor and I have been reluctant to jump into testosterone shots or the creams/gels.  I just don't feel right though and I seem to have some issues that are low T.  I definitely have some afternoon fatigue and my sex drive goes down there as well.  I still get morning wood but my impression is that that has gone downhill as well.  So how do you know when to try testosterone when you are in the "grey zone"?  What made you do it finally?

In my case it was a "no brainer."  I felt so lousy that I was trying anything and everything.  I had taken anti-fungals for candidas; I felt like I had fibromyalgia/CFS; etc.  The doctor didn't know what to do with me either.  But then finally I found out that my testosterone was on the low side and, when I finally tried cypionate - this took years of begging and going through unnatural acts to get there thru our medical system at the time - it REALLY helped.  So I knew I had found my answers.  (Cleaning up my diet helped a lot as well.  I did that before I went on cypionate.)


Oye Peak,

Do you remember what was your Test level before jumping into TRT????

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