a stubbornly flaccid cock

You may be able to revive your stubbornly flaccid cock with a few doses of vibrational therapy, according to a new study from Israeli researchers.

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Low-intensity vibrational wave therapy has been shown to improve blood flow and trigger the formation of new blood vessels in heart disease patients. Studies have also found that up to 35 percent of men can’t get it up or keep it up after taking ED pills like Viagra. Study author Ilan Gruenwald, M.D., and his team had read about blood vessel revivification using vibrational wave therapy, and thought, hey, why don’t we try this on some cocks? They recruited 29 men over the age of 40 with severe erectile dysfunction, none of who responded to oral ED meds. After 12 weeks of vibrational therapy the average self-reported sexual performance score among the men more than doubled. All of the men reported more penis rigidity and more consistent erections, and eight of the men said their ED had all but disappeared 2 months after the study.  Commenting on the research London Based Cock Guru, Seb Cox said” I have been working for many years with men who have erection problems and who don’t respond to ED pills like Viagra. Using a small vibrational device (available for around £10) combined with my jade dragon exercises and regular use of a cock hydro pump we have had some amazing successes. I think the reason this seems to work is because the men concerned had confidence issues rather than medical ones”.

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  1. Was part of this study the reason for the “What is ED?” vids on YouTube? I gotta tell you those are so damn hot! They feature a number of older men in different stages of and in some cases later treatments of Erectile Dysfunction. Just try to find the one that is probably the only vid I’ve seen on the site that can get away with anal vibration then a part where the guy starts moaning then shoots his sperm. They have got to be seen to be believed. Sign me up for that treatment!

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