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Penis exercise for diabetes-related erectile dysfunction


I am a long time sufferer of diabetes with ED problems.

Is there an exercise which would increase blood flow to

the veins for the entire length of the penis?

Monday, February 11, 2008 10:07 PM

Over the years I have corresponded with several men who

also suffered from diabetes and consequently, erectile

dysfunction. Many found great success combating the

condition through various exercises.


There really isn't however just one single technique

attributed to this. Rather a combination of various

stretches and exercises performed over a period of time

helps to increase the blood flow to the penis and

improve overall erection quality and strength. I

recommend you take a look at our Beginner Exercise

Routine starting with the "Warm Up Cloth" located at the

following link:

http://www.penis-resources.com/penis-warm-up-technique.html


While it is only a basic routine, it should help some

and give you a better idea of what penis exercises are

all about.


More advanced routines that specifically target ED are

available through professional support programs such as

PenisHealth. You can learn more specifics at their

website located here:

http://www.penis-resources.com/penis-health-erectile-dysfunction


While I sometimes suggest supplementing an exercise

regimen with enhancement pills to stimulate blood flow,

I honestly don't know if that is wise considering your

diabetes. If you are interested in using herbal

supplements to increase your performance then you are

better off consulting your doctor or directly contacting

a manufacturer of these products to see if it would be

safe. ProSolution provides an excellent product and they

also package an exercise program with it. You can

contact their customer support department directly here:

http://www.penis-resources.com/prosolution-support

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