impotence


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the condition or state of being incapable of accomplishing or effecting anything

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Meanwhile he remained conscious of his own concentrated desire, his impotence to bring about anything he wished, and his increasing agony of impatience.
But this was a luxury of sensation that could not endure; I became fatigued with excess of bodily exertion and sank on the damp grass in the sick impotence of despair.
He sank his head upon the table and sobbed at the thought of his own impotence.
Intellectual Impotence One might expect the director of an Office for Intellectual Freedom to not only brook hardcore criticism, but to actually encourage it .
It treats impotence created by 'low T' level and balances sex hormone level in body.
I'm a 42-year-old man with a healthy lifestyle and a sex life but, like all other men, my biggest fear is impotence.
London, June 6 (ANI): Good news for men with erection problems: A price war has broken out between impotence pills.
It's called youth impotence because young men are more likely to masturbate to excess.
The impotence of men has been a recurrent topic since the dawn of human culture.
Since that time, medicine has achieved a lot technologies of diagnostics and treatment of sexual impotence were perfected in every detail.
IMPOTENCE is a strong predictor of heart attack and death among high-risk patients, German researchers have said.
Impotence, the old term for male erectile dysfunction, is a unique problem.
In terms of quantity, the majority of the book (more than half) is concerned with impotence from the nineteenth century onwards.
McLaren begins his work on impotence by asking the obvious: "Who today hasn't heard of Viagra?
its impotence Without happy colors Only the gray of eyes And the green