TopicMale Enhancement - Discover the Secret to Getting a Huge Penis and Rock Hard Erections

  • Sat 16th Mar 2019 - 7:24am

    What is the cause of erectile dysfunction? One form of erectile dysfunction is borne of  Ed Reverser Review  mechanical problems. Perhaps "plumbing" is a more understandable word. If there are anatomical problems in the way your plumbing is hooked up, or perhaps the result from an accident or injury, the best route is to talk with a physician about it. While natural methods are sometimes an option for cases like this, one needs to find out what exactly is going on.

    So, back to our morning erections. These are "left over" nocturnal erections. Most men have nocturnal erections. These are erections you get when you are asleep. When we have a nocturnal erection combined with a nocturnal orgasm, these are called "wet dreams." If you are having erections while you sleep, have no concern, as this is normal for all men. If you have erectile dysfunction and are getting these erective states, then this is great news. It usually means that your "plumbing" is fine and something else is holding you back.

    The "stamp test" is utilized to see if you do have these night-time erections. Simply get some of the old-style postage stamps that you lick (not self-adhesive). Before you go to sleep, wrap them around your limp penis and lick the last stamp and adhere it over the starting stamp. These should be wrapped fairly snuggly, but not enough to cut off the circulation in your penis.

    One layer of stamps is good enough, don't double- or triple-layer them. Do this for a few nights. If you wake up in the morning and the stamps have separated (because you became erect), then there will be a good chance it is not a problem with your "plumbing." So, what's the deal? There could be a lot of reasons for having erectile dysfunction. It could be a simple thing such as a certain fear or even anxiety. Don't feel bad, none of us are perfect. Plus, most men have had erectile dysfunction at on time or another in our lifetimes. So, it's something we can all relate to.


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