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Cialis will be too much?
« on: September 25, 2022, 01:39:15 PM »

I did take cialis for a month but i had to stop due to high arousal level. After a month of not taking i wanted to start again but i got pain around my pelvic floor after i took one. I had an injury there and there is also a plaque that blocking the bloodflow and there for causing pain....i started to using magnesium oil in order to reduce the inflammation and possible soften the plaque.
My question is, should i force with cialis the bloodflow despite the pain or it will make things worse by putting too much pressure on the arterys and veins?
Self induced peyron 2022.04.?
Fibrous ring on the base, restricting bloodflow
unable to sit because of it.
Lost 0.5 inch in girth.
The ring keeps tightening.
Penis often goes cold and slugish.
Narrowing, Right side does not fill properly.


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Re: Cialis will be too much?
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2022, 09:44:30 AM »

I recently watched a Webinar by Dr. Levine. And he explains there that PDES inhibitors (like Viagra, Cialis, etc.) don't increase arousal. They aid in helping to maintain an erection. It still takes arousal initiated by the brain (sight, smell, touch) to initiate the erection process.
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