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Dico888

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Effect of Viagra on rebooting?
« on: May 19, 2017, 11:51:35 AM »
Hi all,

I was wondering if any of you know or have experienced what kind of effect sex with Viagra has on the rebooting process.
The reason I'm asking this is because beside PIED, I think my PA has some control over everything too.

A friend of mine used to use a type of Viagra (trusted brand in my country) and it did work for him (looking back now, he must have had PIED or some sort).

I'm asking this because it has been almost 5 years since the last time I had sex and I think there is a bit of PA there. I know doctors prescribe Viagra or some sort to overcome PA.

I already have the pills, but I first want to know the effect on the process.

This is my 17th day of rebooting hardmode no-PMO.

Let me know!
Thanks!
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StefanMicus

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Re: Effect of Viagra on rebooting?
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2017, 09:03:03 PM »
Hi there man,

I myself also suffered from PIED and PA.
The second obviously exacerbated the first.
PA was exacerbated by not comunicating my sexual problems with my sexual partners (PIED; no sex experience, fear of premature ejaculation, overall insecurity).

So what I did was to take viagra, go to a prostitute, and tell her my problem.
After doing so, and having no pressure to perform, since she was a prostitute she would fuck me anyways, and it didnt matter if I was able to give her pleasure, I was able to inmediately relax and thanks to viagra I had a steady boner for about 30min.

Aldo I couldnt feel much nor eyaculate due to my porn habits. (I DIDNT KNOW by then about the effects of porn on the mind and body).

My advide to you would be to:
    keep on with NO PMO
    Communicate your problem with your sexual partner
    Take viagra to boost your confidence and to relax.

Thats the key: RELAAAAX
« Last Edit: May 19, 2017, 09:04:52 PM by StefanMicus »

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Re: Effect of Viagra on rebooting?
« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2017, 09:28:05 PM »
You might consider it a "good drug" but it still isn't helping you in your recovery. It will prolong your recovery. If you take it for an extended period of time you will have to take larger doses for it to be effective. My husband took it for almost 10 yrs off and on and he was taking more than 250m per day and he still would loose an erection or would often not be able to get one. He was check out and physically fine but had an extremely sever case of PIED. I think you should just stick to working on your reboot. Drugs are a band-aid on a war wound, they don't really do much and they make the rest of your process take longer.

I copied and pasted this answer from another conversation about celias because my husband would take both. It doesn't help. Sure you will get a boner but it won't help your long term recovery it will only make it take longer.

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Re: Effect of Viagra on rebooting?
« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2017, 10:29:34 PM »
I used viagra before discovering that I had PIED (did not knew the cause of my miss of erection) for about 3 months.

I can tell you: there is no difference with or without viagra in PIED case. Viagra acts on the penis. PIED is a brain problem that makes the brain don't send the right information for the penis react. So there is no difference, it's waste of Money.

Keep on not doing PMO, never watch porn and try to have some real sexual experiences. Be aware that sometimes you are gonna make it really good and sometimes you are gonna fail, and there is nothing you can do about it, just accept and wait.

I having rebooting for 2 years and still there is times that I fail. We are human, not machines. Most of the times you will have good sex, however.
STOP RUNNING AWAY! Stop taking the easiest route. Stop hoping more from life if you are simply doing the same things over, and over, and over.


21 years old, 2 years rebooting.