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Any remedy for ED with out medicines?

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Asked by vlm rao, 25 May '10 03:23 pm
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To overcome erectile dysfunction and premature ejaculation, try Subbies TNT a 100% Ayurvedic proprietary remedy.
Answered by Subramanya, 06 Feb '13 09:03 pm

 
  
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You might want to try some exercises that are good for erectile dysfunction.
Source: http://www.menshealthinstitute.org/2011/02/12/erectile-health-101-exercises-for-erectile-dysfunction/
Answered by Joshua Ty, 31 Mar '11 03:51 pm

 
  
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1) L-Arginine
L-arginine is an amino acid that the body uses to make nitric oxide, a substance signals smooth muscle surrounding blood vessels to relax, which dilates the blood vessels and increases blood flow. Relaxation of smooth muscle in the penis allows for enhanced blood flow, leading to an erection.

L-arginine is found naturally in foods such as meat, dairy, poultry and fish. It is also available as oral L-arginine supplements, which some product manufacturers market as a "natural Viagra").

There have only been two studies to date, however, evaluating the effectiveness of L-arginine for erectile dysfunction.

One study involved 50 men who took L-arginine (5 grams a day) or a placebo. After six weeks, significantly more men taking L-arginine experienced an improvement in sexual function compared with men taking the placebo. Interestingly, it only benefited men who had initially low levels of nitric oxide.

Another study using a smaller dose of L-arginine and a shorter ...more
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 25 May '10 03:24 pm

 
  
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