- 08-07-2010 #1
I had joined this website late last year in hopes of beginning P.E. I had read a lot about it, and even had my exercise list planned out. I had done the exercises for about a week where I believe I over did it, resulting in an injury. The injury wasn't physically noticeable, and it had many characteristics of a UTI or Prostatitis. I couldn't diagnose what was wrong with me and neither could the doctors. The pain and discomfort lasted for months (about 5), and I had taken countless anti-biotics doctors had given me (even though my urinary sample turned up clean). During these months I masturbated about once every two weeks, the discomfort got to the point where the pleasure of masturbation didn't outshine the pain it caused. I was to the point where I was about to have a cystoscopy performed. I really didn't want to have to go through that. I read an article about the benefits of supplements (which I always had known about, but didn't realize the true importance they possess) and I had bought some L-Arginine 500mg/tablet. I took this for a week at a dosage of about 1000mg per day, and I was cured. MONTHS AND MONTHS of discomfort and PAIN cured. Without the cost and turmoil of surgical procedures.
I have no doubt that these supplements are the REAL DEAL. Why in the world did my doctors never suggest this? Why does it seem like supplements are always shunned away from public acknowledgement (or at least it seemed this way from my point of view). If anyone is suffering from any kind of (penile) pain, whether it is what I went through or not, I think you should definitely buy a bottle of this. I take this everyday now, just due to the simple fact that it's cheap, and effective. Why stop? I definitely think I owe it to my fellow man to suggest this supplement to you guys. There are a lot more that I'm sure are great, but this was just my experience.
It cost me 5$, and saved me from so much.
Last edited by iJelq; 08-07-2010 at 07:19 PM. Reason: Spelling
- 08-07-2010 #2
L-Arginine has been used for ages in body building. I've definitely heard of it being used as a PE supplement, but never with the miraculous results you've had (as a surgery alternative). Your post is a testament to the power of homeopathic remedies. In a very roundabout way, PE is a homeopathic remedy too.. since there's no surgery required. What I'm saying here, is that the type of person that PE's is more likely to be a believer.
- 08-07-2010 #3
- 08-08-2010 #4
- Join Date
- Apr 2010
if doctors were to recommend homeopathic alternatives the drug companies would LOSE a lot of money so they don't, arganine releases nitric oxide which dialates blood vessels thus allowing more blood cells to pass through carrying vital nutrients, i always use herbal remedies less heavy on the liver and they are NATURAL
- 08-08-2010 #5
ijelq great story.What time during the day did you take arginine and did you take it with food?"the office of the Presidency is being used to subvert the rights of the people, and it is my right to tell them"-John Kennedy
- 08-09-2010 #6
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