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IMPOTENCE: the quality or state of being impotent; especially an abnormal physical or psychological state of a male characterized by inability to copulate because of failure to have or maintain an erection.
Conventional Treatment - For men, the synthetic version of yohimbe (an herb that causes vasodilation, opening the blood vessels and causing the blood to rush into the penis to make it erect) is a drug called Yocon or Yohimex.  The main problem with both the herb and the drugs is that they can cause serious headaches.  Other potential side effects are elevated blood pressure and heart rate, increased motor activity, nervousness, irritability, tremor, dizziness, and skin flushing.
Many drugs can cause or contribute to infertility, including amphetamines, antihistamines, barbiturates, beta-blockers and other blood pressure medications, Tagamet, ketoconazole, sedatives, tricyclic antidepressants, cocaine, alcohol, marijuana, methadone, and Prozac.
Homeopathic testosterone has successfully revived the flagging sex drives of both men and women.  It contains no actual testosterone, but stimulates the body to produce its own.
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INDICATIONS: For temporary relief of symptoms related to food sensitivities and pollen sensitivities including fatigue, headache, runny nose and congestion, itching eyes, diarrhea, bloating, and cramps. INDICATIONS: For the temporary relief from symptoms including anxiety, compulsive destructive behavior, appetite control, depression, hypertension, hives, erectile disorder, lethargy, poor memory, slow metabolism, mood swings, travel sickness. Viril is for the temporary relief of symptoms related to male hormone imbalance, such as impotence, low self-esteem, lack of communication, stubbornness, loneliness, fear of poverty, gout, and sleeplessness
For temporary relief of symptoms related to food sensitivities and pollen sensitivities including fatigue, headache, runny nose and congestion, itching eyes, diarrhea, bloating, and cramps. For the temporary relief of symptoms including anxiety, appetite control, hives, lethargy, poor memory, mood swings, travel sickness. Homeopathic Indications: Viril is for the temporary relief of symptoms related to male hormone imbalance, such as impotence, low self-esteem, lack of communication, stubbornness, loneliness, fear of poverty, gout, and sleeplessness.
   
 
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