Wednesday, January 25, 2017

The results are in... The doctor says...

Well... I didn't get the number, but the doctor says by Testosterone is in the normal range.  So he prescribed me some sildenafil citrate 20mg. Interesting that he gave me a generic that is normally prescribed for a lung condition so that I didn't have to buy the actual Viagra, which he said can be very expensive.

Image result for hard cockHe told me I could take 2 to 3 tablets.  I remember when I took the stuff years ago, I think I bought 100mg tablets, and cut them in 1/4 and that was enough.  I will likely take one (1) and see what happens.

I do also remember that it kept things hard for longer for several days...

I also remember that it gave me a headache, stuffy nose and red eyes.

I have not told my wife yet, but I likely will sometime.   But I will make sure I tell her I take three each time, and only take one or two and I can build up a reserve for trips....

Well... wish me luck...

Also, my cholesterol is 160.  No medicine yet, but I should watch my diet.


  1. "Normal range" for Testosterone is pretty wide, actually. They consider anything over 3.0 (300) to be "normal," yet that number can still have a negative effect on the hardness factor of an erection. (different numerical systems are used by different clinics) This is why Baseline numbers are important to establish before we begin the aging process. In our younger days, 5.36-21.2 ng/dL would be considered "normal range"...and frankly, those levels give us the boners we become used to and expect. For our physicians to then tell us in our 40's and 50's (and beyond) that less then satisfactory is "normal" just doesn't cut it.
    We should also be expecting all three levels to be checked: Total, Free, and Bio-Available. These all have an effect on the quality of our erections, as well as stamina to get through the day.

    1. You have done a little research. But then you do write a blog that centers around erections... and whacking... :) mine is 362.7 ng/dl. And they took the blood at 9:00 in the morning. For a while I was taking some supplements, and that did help some, but it was giving me such a bad stomach.... ughhhh...

      Thanks for your words.

  2. Well, I have wished you luck...any good results?