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Now Every Man Can Enhance His Performance, Whatever His Sexual Style
Date:10/24/2007

Thanks to the Blakoe Ring (Mark III)(TM) Full Erections Can be Achieved

Without Fear of Side Effects

LONDON, October 24 /PRNewswire/ -- Men are either sensation seekers, sensuous, anxious, confident or abstinent, a new study published in the International Journal of Impotence Research reveals (1). Despite giving us an impression of the different styles of male sexual performance, these 'categories' do not reveal the qualities, benefits or even disappointments for each. One thing is for certain, whatever their style most men would relish the opportunity improve their sexual performance, and for many, help is at hand.

Most men who usually enjoy a healthy sex life sometimes feel they are underperforming. Worse, 152 million men worldwide are estimated to suffer from erectile dysfunction, which can have a dramatic effect on relationships and cause as many as one in five affected couples to break up (2).

A worldwide pilot study (3) has shown over 90 per cent success for treating men with erectile dysfunction using the Blakoe Ring (MarkIII)(TM). Worn regularly, but removed prior to anticipated sexual activity, the Blakoe Ring uses a steady electro magnetic current, which is undetectable to the wearer, to assist a full erection on arousal, for several hours after its removal.

The Blakoe ring can be used to enhance performance without fear of side effects.

"The Blakoe Ring is fantastic! I find it comfortable to wear and it really does work. I give it full marks! It makes one ready at a moment's notice," comments a satisfied US user.

For more information about the Blakoe Ring (MarkIII)(TM), which costs GBP69.99 and is available via mail order, visit http://www.blakoe.com.

References

(1) International Journal of Impotence Research, 2007 Aug 23

(2) Sexual Dysfunction Association http://www.sda.uk.net/

(3) http://www.blakoe.com.


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SOURCE Larkhall Laboratories
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