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    Question no ERECTION what to do?

    So this is my story. I cycled for 2 months from June 14th to August 15th. Cycle was dianabol 30 mg/day for 4 weeks deca 300mg/week for 8 weeks and sustanon 325mg/week for 8 weeks.Didn't do any PCT. Throughut cycle i had normal erections and was able to masturbate but didn't have s*x meanwhile so i thought if i had erection and i am able to masturbate the s*x would also be normal. And yesterday i was just about to have s*x with a girl and my dick couldn't get erected at all. I was so shocked and couldn't believe that i can't get excited near naked girl(who is hottie). We tried everything, to watch p*rn, i tried to do it myself, and yet it won't get up. So i'm totally confused how is it normal to be able to get it erected by myself three days ago and yesterday it couldn't get erected just before s*x. PLEASE I BEG FOR ADVICE AND SUGGESTIONS. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO

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    This is why proper cycle management and pct is so important you will have to get blood work done

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    I'm with Clarky, BW will show you what's up here. No pun intended, ok maybe a little

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    That sucks man I'm sorry to hear that try and run a proper pct

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    did you run anything like caber or an A.I. during cycle and are/did you run pct ? If the answer is no there is a good chance that's your problem.

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    Run a pct, get some cialis and maybe some pt141.
    pct clomid 70/35/35/35 tamox 40/20/20/20/20.
    cialis 20mg as needed - 1 hr "pre sex" - last for 2-3 days for me.
    pt141-1-2mg as needed - 3 hrs or so "pre sex"
    arr is your friend lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by KiKi18 View Post
    So this is my story. I cycled for 2 months from June 14th to August 15th. Cycle was dianabol 30 mg/day for 4 weeks deca 300mg/week for 8 weeks and sustanon 325mg/week for 8 weeks.Didn't do any PCT. Throughut cycle i had normal erections and was able to masturbate but didn't have s*x meanwhile so i thought if i had erection and i am able to masturbate the s*x would also be normal. And yesterday i was just about to have s*x with a girl and my dick couldn't get erected at all. I was so shocked and couldn't believe that i can't get excited near naked girl(who is hottie). We tried everything, to watch p*rn, i tried to do it myself, and yet it won't get up. So i'm totally confused how is it normal to be able to get it erected by myself three days ago and yesterday it couldn't get erected just before s*x. PLEASE I BEG FOR ADVICE AND SUGGESTIONS. I DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO
    I'm certain that everyone here feels your pain because most of us have had the same experience at one time or other - WITHOUT having done a cycle. (And if you haven't, you WILL.) When it happens, it's devastating. I respect you for bringing it up.

    IMO, something that hasn't been given the importance it deserves on this forum, regarding this subject, is the effect of our state of mind on our body. For example, someone here gave a link to a very important site - yourbrainonporn.com - that deals with porn addiction (and porn addiction can take many forms. It doesn't have to be off the charts. IMO, if you watch porn once a week, you're addicted. I've watched it and it's difficult not to get caught up in it.) There were scientific studies done that made a direct correlation between impotence (upon intimacy with a woman) and porn. Had nothing to do with masturbation. When a guy was ready to have relations with his lady, his organ failed. AND when the addiction stopped, so did the impotence. Like it was before. What does this say about the mind?

    I've studied this subject for quite a few years. As a single "player" in my younger days, I was troubled by this a good deal. When I started studying philosophy some years ago I accidentally happened upon answers that addressed this and MANY other things. I by no means have a lock on this. But I learned that if I have a purpose in sex that I'm proud of - to have a good effect on a woman (now my wife) and want her be stronger, to have respect - there is much greater pleasure and a much greater passion; in fact much different than anything I had ever experienced. And there was never a problem in this area. And chances are that if you DO have this pleasure and passion during times of intimacy, whether you realize it or not, you probably ARE having this purpose. Think back and see if it's true. It boils down to the study of what good will truly is.

    What picture do you have when you think of the word "proud"? Does "straight" and "erect" come to mind?

    And when a person watches porn, is he proud - or deeply ashamed? (whether he admits it or not)


    And what picture do you have in your mind when you think of he word "shame".
    Can you remember a time after sex with a woman when you didn't feel quite right? A sense of emptiness? Which could you compare that feeling to - pride or shame? It's either one or the other.

    My advice: (A work in progress, I certainly am - and I give myself this advice.) You don't have to be in love. Think of your purpose when you approach a woman in sex. Is it for conquest? Is it for using a woman's body to glorify and love yourself? Or is it to know her and have a good effect on her - and as a result have a good effect on yourself?

    By the way, if you'd like to know the philosophy I study, PM me and I'll give you the website.
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    Awesome post 2sox. PM inbound.

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    Thanks, Everett.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Sox View Post
    I'm certain that everyone here feels your pain because most of us have had the same experience at one time or other - WITHOUT having done a cycle. (And if you haven't, you WILL.) When it happens, it's devastating. I respect you for bringing it up.

    IMO, something that hasn't been given the importance it deserves on this forum, regarding this subject, is the effect of our state of mind on our body. For example, someone here gave a link to a very important site (I wish I remembered it. It was fascinating.) that deals with porn addiction (and porn addiction can take many forms. It doesn't have to be off the charts. IMO, if you watch porn once a week, you're addicted. I've watched it and it's difficult not to get caught up in it.) There were scientific studies done that made a direct correlation between impotence (upon intimacy with a woman) and porn. Had nothing to do with masturbation. When a guy was ready to have relations with his lady, his organ failed. AND when the addiction stopped, so did the impotence. Like it was before. What does this say about the mind?

    I've studied this subject for quite a few years. As a single "player" in my younger days, I was troubled by this a good deal. When I started studying philosophy some years ago I accidentally happened upon answers that addressed this and MANY other things. I learned that if I have a purpose in sex that I'm proud of - to have a good effect on my wife and want her be stronger, to have respect - there is much greater pleasure and a much greater passion; in fact much different than anything I had ever experienced. And there was never a problem in this area. It boils down to the study of what good will truly is.

    What picture do you have when you think of the word "proud"? Does "straight" and "erect" come to mind?

    And when a person watches porn, is he proud - or deeply ashamed? (whether he admits it or not)

    My advice: You don't have to be in love, but think of your purpose when you approach a woman in sex. Is it for conquest? Is it for using a woman's body to glorify and love yourself? Or is it to know her and have a good effect on her - and as a result have a good effect on yourself?

    Edit: If you'd like a link to the site of the philosophy I've been studying, just shoot me a PM

    "your brain on porn"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by apple2go View Post
    "your brain on porn"?
    That's it! Amazing science and incredible reading!

    Your Brain On Porn | Evolution has not prepared your brain for today's Internet porn

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2Sox View Post
    Wow, that is a fascinating website. Never heard of it before. And worth knowing about as the mother of a young lad.

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