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Horphag's Prelox(R) Provides Over-the-Counter Solution in Battle Against Erectile Dysfunction
Date:12/3/2007

oxide enhancers, but with a natural approach."

The randomized placebo-controlled study was conducted at the Medical University of Sofia, Bulgaria. Fifty patients with moderate erectile problems were asked to take two Prelox(R) or placebo tablets in the morning and evening. The erectile quality of men was monitored using the same methodology as applied in clinical trial with pharmaceutical drugs -- in a diary consisting of a questionnaire. In addition, semen, spermatozoa and blood samples were collected to measure nitric oxide and testosterone. The study consisted of a four-week period, followed by a wash-out period, another four-week period, and a final washout.

At the end of the treatment period, patients treated with Prelox(R) achieved high questionnaire scores, whereas the placebo group had no significant effects. The erectile function score of men (mean age 37 years) at trial start was in average 14 out of a maximum 30. After one month on Prelox(R), the erectile function score increased to 27, which resembles almost completely healthy values such as those found in twenty year old men. Parallel to the increase of erectile function, the mean number of intercourse more than doubled during treatment for those who took Prelox(R). Treatment with Prelox(R) produced a steep increase of nitric oxide activity in most patients and no changes were indicated for the placebo group.

"This European study confirms my experience in a clinical trial with Prelox(R) I carried out two years ago", said Lamm. "This is the third clinical study showing that men can achieve greater erectile quality with Prelox(R), move past their performance anxiety and get more satisfaction from their sex lives."

Blood analysis revealed an increased testosterone level during supplementation with Prelox(R). This is not a direct result of the supplement but is typical for men with increased sexual activity. The men in this trial reported a dramatic increased frequency of mornin
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