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July 18, 2013

Many men dream of getting a magic gun - the one that rises to any situation, is ready for immediate action any time they want to put it to use, whose goal is true and may be sure to fire not only once, but if needed, many times.

This is the James Bond-like image that links guns and penises... Kiss-Kiss, Bang-Bang. This is not just the phallo-centric fantasy in Ian Fleming stories. It is the shared imagery of women and men, equating potency and strength, desire and sexual pleasure. Bond can capture his manly method to one's heart of the villain's woman, and save-the World in his spare-time. Gender sirens like Mae West ask their suitors, 'Is that a PMAG in your pocket, or are you just glad to see me?'

Our Mother Earth alas had other ideas. She developed sex for procreation in the place of adventure, and she all too often disarmed him, when a man was past his reproductive best-by time. This is particularly the case now that with Hormone Replacement Therapy girls are experiencing 'Post-Menopausal Zest.' They are preserving their attractiveness and strength, as well as expectations of an active sex life, within their sixties, sixties and even seventies and beyond. The thing that was regarded only being an occupational hazard for ageing rakes and roués, has turned into a commonplace problem for many men in middle and later life.

If that's the correct word, of sexual gymnasts, the writer Frank Harris, this decline in potency was well described as long ago as 1925 by among the best standing. In his five-volume autobiography 'My Entire Life and Loves', he describes his decrease in firepower with age.

'My Creator - when I was entirely without knowledge and had only just entered my teens, gave me, as we say, a magazine gun of sex, and hardly had I discovered its use and enjoyment when he took it away from me forever, and gave me in its place a double-barrelled gun: after a few years, he took that away and gave me a single-barrelled gun with which I was compelled to content myself for the top part of my life.'

'Towards the conclusion the old single-barrel began to show signs of use and age: sometimes it would set off too quickly, sometimes it missed fire and destroyed me, do what I would.'

'I need to teach youngsters how to use their magazine gun of sex so that it might last for years, and if they come to the double-barrel, how to take such care that the nice tool will do them liege service straight into their sixties, and the single-barrel will then give them satisfaction up to three score years and ten.'

But, medical science has come up with two new developments which hold the promise of changing this classic sexual history of even the most obviously well preserved and endowed of men.

HRT for Men

The first of those is Hormone-replacement therapy for men with testosterone, the idea that I presented in my previous book, Testosterone Revolution. As well as overcoming the lack of libido and energy usually experienced by men going through the male menopause or andropause, it could restore potency in many cases.

In over two thousand such men I've learned in London over the final 10 years, in 65% erections increased with the male HRT treatment alone to the point where sex was satisfactory. In the remainder, the party now most likely for additional gain from what I call the unholy trinity, Viagra, Levitra and Cialis restored adequate erectile function in 90-95%, and in only 1% was treatment needed with methods including the now luckily generally updated penile injections.

Viagra - A Giant Leap for Mankind

In the treatment of erectile dysfunction (E.D.) Viagra is, as described two years ago in my book, 'a huge leap for mankind.' Probably more men worry about putting the member back in the man than putting a man on the moon. In fact, this drug can put a guy and woman within the moon. by ending the ED and the distress this causes.

In terms of media attention, it appears to get found the public imagination equally as much, and not even NASA's success made the address of the two American publications Time and Business week simultaneously.

Does it deserve this degree of nonsense? There are compelling reasons for believing it can, both as a significant advance in a long neglected area of men's health, and because the official start of a 'New Era of Life style Drugs.'

Testosterone is the hormonal basis of need in both women and men, and if it's low, so could be the libido. It is the desire and sexual pleasure that generates the nitric oxide that increases vaginal blood-flow and lubrication in both sexes, making erections in the man, and by slowing its break-down, Viagra stretches these responses as do the alternatives Levitra and Cialis. That is why both in theory and in practice the 2 are better together, as my clinical experience in the the Centre for Men's Health in Harley Street is showing again and again.

The initial studies of work using the two together in a further 10-0 men as reported in chapter five, suggests not just a higher reaction rate, but that Viagra works at lower doses, and longer and stronger with additional testosterone. Another reason behind combining these solutions is that, as far as we know, Viagra has none-of the preventive medical advantages of male HRT with testosterone, especially to the center and blood circulation, muscles and bones.

Like oestrogens, testosterone has been shown to improve nitric oxide production in blood vessels all over the body, which as in the penis relaxes them and improves blood flow. That is likely to be crucial in reducing ageing changes in both heart and brain.

The entire subject of nitric oxide and its many impor-tant actions in your body is a very interesting and in every sense of the word 'pretty' part of medical research. It was only over 20 years ago that a few of its many functions were first discovered, and already it is the target to get a billion-dollar pharmaceutical arms race.

More details is available click here.

With Viagra, Pfizer said the first prize, but other closely related drugs such as Levitra and Cialis can sell equally well. There are more glittering rewards for those that can copy or improve on this great feat of molecular design which made sure-fire erections possible for previously impotent men, the PMAGs in stock of their goals.

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