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Can colon cancer cause the inability to achieve or maintain an erction?

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Hi Sorry its one of the side effects, go get your surgery done, see how things go from then, but after try thinking implant, works a treat for most gus who have them, that way you can get it up any time you want it to.

Do hope this helps you.

Good Luck

PS Try looking on its a site for guys with ED problems and prostate problems, and as it says the talk is frank, but very helpful, your see me on there as NOWHARD, go talk with the other guys.

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