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Impotence, loss of libido

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  • Posted By: kvpran
  • February 16, 2008
  • 11:46 AM

Hi,
i am 29years old Male and have been smoking only since the past 4years. I smoke around 10cig/day and with coffee too.
Until few years ago i had a very strong libido, would often skip classes or get up at night to masturbate.
Since an year i noticed reduced libido and now it's totally nil.
Now masturbation is only mechanical, no ****o or sexual thoughts give me a excitement.
Worst, i get hard-on but it's soft and i feel no sensation on the penis, and when i ejaculate, the semen only oozes out but doesn't shoot anymore. Even for a hard-on, i have to work a lot and it doesn't feel good either when it's erect. Earlier, when it's erect i would feel the 'throbbing beat' inside the penis, now i don't.
And i have NO orgasms anymore.
I went to a urologist, he tested my blood serum and said my testosterone levels were okay. He said i was too young to have any heart problems.
I go to gym everyday and i eat plenty of fruit and avoid fried stuff.
I believe smoking is the culprit and i am on the road to quit. I don't drink and i hardly take any medications.

I want to know the 'fastest' way to reverse the loss of libido.
Is it possible to undo the nerve damage on the penis and anywhere else? I don't want to use drugs like viagra, they only cure the symptom of ED. I want to gain sexual desires, libido and healthy nervous system.

Any helpful advice will be great. Thanks.

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