03-20-2012, 01:29 PM #1
Will an over the counter "Testosterone Booster" help with erections?
I'm thinking about trying an over the counter 'test booster' and would like to know if it would help in the bedroom.
Would it be more for labido as well as erections?
Any idea how long something like this takes to 'kick in'??
Thanks in advance.
03-20-2012, 02:27 PM #2
i would buy some tribulus (one of the ingredients of test boosters). the boosters are really expensive, but i think it will help with labido more than erections
03-20-2012, 04:52 PM #3
depends on what is causing your issues.. could be prolactin buildup.. too much estrogen, too little estrogen..
just depends..The answer to your every question
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03-20-2012, 09:18 PM #4
Thanks for the info you guys.
I think the problem I 'have' is just plain old being 42 years old.
So I looked up that tribulus on BB.com and noticed a lot of people giving http://reviews.bodybuilding.com/NOW/...00/All_Reviews NOW Tribulus a good rating.
What do you think about getting a more expensive brand?
Not that I wanna spend more money---but NOW seems like a generic company.
I do like the potential this Tribulus seems to have.
Any suggestions on which brand would be the best?
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