Lyme Disease and ED (for men)

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   Posted 4/3/2009 8:58 AM (GMT -6)   
Just something interesting I thought I would share with all the guys out there with Lyme. Before Lyme I was always a very sexual person, never had any ED problems whatsoever. In the begining it started out with just ED problems when I drank alcohol then it moved to ED problems even without. I was very embarrassed at the age of 26 to be going to the Dr asking for viagra!! It happened so slowly over time that I did not realize, my sex drive also went down dramatically, I went from having relations with my girlfriend(s) (joking) multiple times a day to once ever 2 weeks then once or twice a month. Anywho when I started to take the Amox/Doxy after I was diagnosed with Lyme (years into the ED problems) within about 3-4 weeks I started noticing a HUGE improvement in hardness and even a big increase in length of about 2 inches over normal!! I know, it's hard to imagine waking up one morning with an extra 2" added on to your penis size!! This was my first indication that treatment was having an positive impact. What I did not realize was to begin with I was on the large side but very slowly started loosing length along with firmness over the years when I got lyme. Well, I am back at 100% again, at least sexually after the doxy/amox and let me tell you it has been very rewarding!! I have been free of ED problems for 5 months now and still maintain the "upgrade" that I woke up with one morning. If you have ED from Lyme you can gain back your size, firmness and performance! Hang in there! Long term antibiotics work! smilewinkgrin

I still deal with other symptoms from lyme daily but as of now I am at least 65% better and I feel my lyme is now under control.

Post Edited (SickInCT) : 4/3/2009 9:01:28 AM (GMT-6)

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