Thank you so much for coming back to me.
I havent had testosterone/ free testosterone levels checked but had a blood test last week where results said that there was no problem apart from slightly high cholesterol.
However I never asked to check for testosterone levels so I guess they would not have checked this?
The doctor who told me that there was nothing to worry about was in reference to one testicle being smaller than the other. I have not had testosterone levels checked.
I have tried Viagra but it gave me very bad headaches and made me feel sick. Also it was only potentially a fix at the wrong times when I had no idea when I would be having sex. Often I would take it for no reason and feel sick and ill.
As I say, the Vigrx and Eurycomia was a miracle cure with no side effects and allowed me to have very successful sex at any time.
I have had the one testicle smaller as long as I can remember actually. the sack has always felt and looked quite deflated also.
I never had an evalaluation for ED. Onlle been quickly prescribed viagra and told it was psychological. I dont think it is at all now after taking these online compounds.
Thank you very much for your detailed answer. I appreciate it.
Can I ask if you looked at the different ingredients for Viaman and Vigrx and confirm that you are advising that I should continue taking Viaman to expect results? I have been taking the Viaman for just over a week now actually alongside the Vigrx which I have now stopped taking together as I didnt see the point when the Vigrx is clearly not working. The Viaman is advertising as taking one month to start working.
While I am taking the Viaman is my tolerance to Vigrx diminishing?
My concern and question to ask is, if the Viaman affects the same receptors as the Vigrx will it still be able to work? I am worried that is it the receptors that have stopped working. Is this possible and wont this mean that nothing will work whatever the ingredients? What do you mean by 'altered regulation of receptors'?The other short term supplements I have tried again have not worked.
Can I also ask if the Cialis is a daily long term medication now? I thought this was only an ad hoc medication to be administered at certain times like Viagra?
Can I take the Cialis at the same time as the Viaman?
I will ask my GP for a testerone check. Will this be a blood test?
Is the alprostadil also a long term course rather than an ad hoc administration?
I guess I'm asking for advice on both a short term and long term procedure.
So sorry for all the questions but I am in a very bad place mentally with all this and really appreciate your replies.
One last clarification:
Are all my receptors permanently inaffective now or would you say this is just a tolerance of the Vigrx product? Is it a surprise to you that after 3 years this stopped working?
At a guess, do you think that Viaman will work now for me based on your knowledge of receptors and the Vigrx becoming inaffective?
Given that the cialis can be taken with the Viaman are you saying that all these medications work on different receptors? Surely there are only certain receptors that achieve these results?
Can you tell me what is involved in testosterone replacement?
These really are my last questions. Thank you.
Thanks. I will rate your service as excellent.
Can I ask how you know the ingredients to Vigrx and Viaman are different?