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wooohoo let's discuss a man's kryptonite!

I take 10mg of generic Cialis before playtime and find it to be a great help. I am in pretty good shape, high libido and great bloodwork. Most of my ED is caused by insomnia and hard partying at times along with a lot of sex.

I've tried Viagra and the backache/leg cramps were horrible.

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http://www.thehealthsite.com/sexual-health/10-expert-tips-to-use-viagra-or-sildenafil-effectively-k0215/

10 tips to use sildenafil (aka Viagra) effectively

A set of instructions should be given to patients on sildenafil:


1. A minimum wait of 45 minutes to 1 hour is required between taking the tablet and having sex or masturbating.
2. In the time interval between tablet and sex, it is important to be in sexual mood and have erotic thoughts rather than anxiously looking at the clock. Remember, sildenafil will only help with erection when there is adequate sexual stimulation.
3. Fatty meal should be avoided on the day of taking the tablet.
4. A minimum of 2 hours is required between last food and pill. For example, 6 pm have food and 8 pm take the tablet and attempt sex at about 9 pm.
5. Do not expect wonders to happen at the very first attempt of using the tablet. Allow at least 6-7 attempts so that the body gets used to the tablet. If you fear failure in front of partner, try using the tablet and masturbating first. Direct stimulation of penis after taking the tablet can be of great help.
6. If possible, discuss about the use of sildenafil with your partner who can help you get an erection.
7. If you are taking any medications for any health problems, please be cautious and consult your doctor/specialists in sexual medicine.
8. Read the insert that comes along with the tablet or talk to your doctor/pharmacist and clarify your doubts rather than feeling ashamed and risking your health and money.
9. Do not buy tablets from the internet. It may look like the original drug and cheaper but can be fatal.
10. Do not increase the dosage without consulting the doctor and follow-up with him as and when required. Also read if herbal alternatives to Viagra work.
 

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wooohoo let's discuss a man's kryptonite!

I take 10mg of generic Cialis before playtime and find it to be a great help. I am in pretty good shape, high libido and great bloodwork. Most of my ED is caused by insomnia and hard partying at times along with a lot of sex.

I've tried Viagra and the backache/leg cramps were horrible.

Are there any questions anyone would like to ask here or via PM?
How old are you?



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What a coincidence, I'm 49 myself!

Feel like I'm in my 20s thou, my poor 8 years younger wife can't keep up with me.

Wish they had something equivalent to Viagra for women.

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hmmm....there are things like viagra for women but they arent legal in all countries ;) Some of these things might require cialis/viagra for you if you partake
 

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This is a genuine question and not meant to be provocative.

If a man struggles with this problem, and even though he may or may not have an erection, if that didn't bother me, and I wanted to perform oral sex on a flaccid penis for no other reason than it makes me feel close and sensual, would that be offensive to a man?

Would he be too self-conscious? Would it enforce feelings of inadequacy?
 

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This is a genuine question and not meant to be provocative.

If a man struggles with this problem, and even though he may or may not have an erection, if that didn't bother me, and I wanted to perform oral sex on a flaccid penis for no other reason than it makes me feel close and sensual, would that be offensive to a man?

Would he be too self-conscious? Would it enforce feelings of inadequacy?
I think it would be up to the man and how comfortable he feels with his ED and you. For me, I wouldn't mind at all as it still feels good. I would also really appreciate that you still wanted to share intimacy and pleasure. If you can convince him that your goal is pleasure and not to reach an erection, he may become fully erect as the pressure to "rise" has been taken off the table. If he is like me, don't go lightly when not erect. I am not nearly as sensitive in that state and I can handle a LOT of tugging, squeezing, pulling, etc.

Is his ED psychological or physical? I can give a little advice on the former.
 

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If a man struggles with this problem, and even though he may or may not have an erection, if that didn't bother me, and I wanted to perform oral sex on a flaccid penis for no other reason than it makes me feel close and sensual, would that be offensive to a man?

Would he be too self-conscious? Would it enforce feelings of inadequacy?
It isn't offensive, but the feelings of inadequacy are awful.
 

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It isn't offensive, but the feelings of inadequacy are awful.
I understand. :(

My question was more, if I initiated, would it make him feel worse? Or would he feel more accepted and loved that it didn't matter and that I would still want to be close and intimate regardless?
 

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This is a genuine question and not meant to be provocative.



If a man struggles with this problem, and even though he may or may not have an erection, if that didn't bother me, and I wanted to perform oral sex on a flaccid penis for no other reason than it makes me feel close and sensual, would that be offensive to a man?



Would he be too self-conscious? Would it enforce feelings of inadequacy?

Not at all. It was actually something I wanted my wife to do (to start off while it’s flaccid). She never wants to go near it, whenever it’s not bursting. The problem was keeping it flaccid for too long so I guess my answer doesn’t apply.
But you obviously couldn’t make a guy cum like that I don’t think. I think stroking or kissing it or whatever shouldn’t be offensive in any state if the guy knows you are not trying to make him hard and just doing it for yourself (you probably have to mention it).


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Not at all. It was actually something I wanted my wife to do (to start off while it’s flaccid). She never wants to go near it, whenever it’s not bursting. The problem was keeping it flaccid for too long so I guess my answer doesn’t apply.
But you obviously couldn’t make a guy cum like that I don’t think. I think stroking or kissing it or whatever shouldn’t be offensive in any state if the guy knows you are not trying to make him hard and just doing it for yourself (you probably have to mention it).
Well, it's not about an orgasm at all. Or an erection.

It's more that if I love someone, I need to express that. I love the male body to no end, and I'm just not willing to be sexless again - as my marriage was.

Not to be crude, but I'm capable of focusing on a penis for an obsessively long period of time. Totally much more than a man would even want.

So, my question was more, would he feel loved and wanted, or does the inability to become erect overshadow anything and everything else?
 

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Well, it's not about an orgasm at all. Or an erection.

It's more that if I love someone, I need to express that. I love the male body to no end, and I'm just not willing to be sexless again - as my marriage was.

Not to be crude, but I'm capable of focusing on a penis for an obsessively long period of time. Totally much more than a man would even want.

So, my question was more, would he feel loved and wanted, or does the inability to become erect overshadow anything and everything else?


Yes I understand. It wouldn’t for me. I think if you explained it as you did, it wouldn’t for most men (as a guess).
I do know that when wife is not in the mood and I want to play with her parts, it annoys her more than anything. So maybe it’s similar with some men.
I also read here that some women get annoyed when their husbands can’t get it up so perhaps the preconception comes from that? (In part)


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I also read here that some women get annoyed when their husbands can’t get it up so perhaps the preconception comes from that? (In part)
Yes, I get that it's situational and depends on the man. I can see how one wouldn't want to feel like an object being treated like a toy.

But to make any unkind remark about a man's responses is cruel. I'd never, ever do that. But I would want to play, and being cut off would make me extremely unhappy.
 

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What a coincidence, I'm 49 myself!

Feel like I'm in my 20s thou, my poor 8 years younger wife can't keep up with me.

Wish they had something equivalent to Viagra for women.

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There's one in the works. Potential release date in early 2019. I own a whole lotta stock in the company, and am hoping it does as well as Viagra.

$$$ come to momma!


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If possible can you pm me the name of the company?

Thanks
There's one in the works. Potential release date in early 2019. I own a whole lotta stock in the company, and am hoping it does as well as Viagra.

$$$ come to momma!


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hmmm....there are things like viagra for women but they arent legal in all countries ;) Some of these things might require cialis/viagra for you if you partake
Just so I can understand even though I open this clam.

The female Viagra will help with desire, or stimulating the clitoris hens creating the desire to have sex?

The reason I ask is, I can see mostly men buying this and lots of women refusing to take it.

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Just so I can understand even though I open this clam.

The female Viagra will help with desire, or stimulating the clitoris hens creating the desire to have sex?

The reason I ask is, I can see mostly men buying this and lots of women refusing to take it.

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Funny, hens have entered a thread about dysfunctional cocks.

My eggs are just fine, sunny side up, **** or not.


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Well, it's not about an orgasm at all. Or an erection.

It's more that if I love someone, I need to express that. I love the male body to no end, and I'm just not willing to be sexless again - as my marriage was.

Not to be crude, but I'm capable of focusing on a penis for an obsessively long period of time. Totally much more than a man would even want.

So, my question was more, would he feel loved and wanted, or does the inability to become erect overshadow anything and everything else?
What is that noise?

I hear machine gunning cliks and claks.
I see a posters PM box being buried, inundated with "Hello Dears".

That is you, Dear.
Be prepared...
 
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