Men and women are basically the same. Except for the obvious, we are all the same inside. We both bleed red, right? As for the way we think, no, men use the right side of their brain, and women use the left. We (both genders) approach life basically the same. We all want a job, a family, and a home to raise that family in.
The only thing i can think of, as far as being frustrating, is when women are in charge in the military. Women have a softer side when dealing with war, and it could cause problems. I would hope not, but i think it would.
Other than that, Women, and Men, are basically the same. We all want to be happy, healthy, and secure.
Thanks Caprice, this is a good topic for discussion. I hope to see many more responses. DennisView Thread
Wow, i cannot believe i had so many typo's in my post? I must have been really tired when i wrote it? I do have some serious concerns for my lifestyle. Will i still be able to function later in life? Will my neck and back still support me? Will i always have this constant pain? Will i ever get an erection without the aid of pills?
Yes, i do have many concerns. Yet i still hope for the best.
I think that would be my degenerative bone disease? What will happen when they get too bad? I've already had surgery on my neck, to repair a buldging disk. Now, come Dec. 31 i will have another. This one to repair three more. That only leaves like one good one left.
Then there is the never ending never pain, from that guldging disk. (First one) The burning sensation is like nothing else in this world!
Lastly, my E.D., will there ever be a cure? I don't mean pills, ot implants, a real cure?
My first car was a 1967 Pontiac Firebird. It came with a 326, and a two speed power drive tranny. A real pooch when i bought it. After a year of a little here, a little there, it ran like a scalded dog! I really miss that car, never should have sold it!
No, i have never even heard of this problem befor now. Even as an older man, (53) when our testical sag more and more, mine still do not hit the water level. They really don't hang that far at all. Younger men tend to have tight sacs. Ask you family Dr. for a referal to an Urologist, they WILL help you.