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best vitamin to take in curing erectile disfunction?

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Dr. Moez Khorsandi
Urology 27 years experience
None: There are known vitamins that have been shown to treat or improve erectile dysfunction. There are many vitamins that promote that it will treat ED but not proven. However, these vitamins have also not been shown to be detrimental either.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
They don't help: Many pills, creams, and magic potions are advertised to make erections firmer, erections last longer, or a penis bigger, but they do not work (except maybe to give a man extra confidence, which can help a little). One can see a primary care doctor or a urologist if one has trouble with erections (due to blood flow problems, low testosterone, psychological stress, etc...).
Dr. William Pawluk
Holistic Medicine 51 years experience
See full answer: Ed is complicated and has many causes. If you don't address the cause you will not get good results. If it simply a matter of improving erections see “the natural testosterone plan, ” by stephen buhner.

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What's the best thing to do to get pregnant?

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