I know exactly what you mean. Lately I've been waking up serveral times a night with one or both of my hands asleep. They wake up after a few minutes but it's got me worried. I have had arthritis in my hands for over three years but the falling asleep just started the last couple months. I'm in my fifties and except for the arthritis all over my body I'm in very good health. Colesterol, blood pressure and tiglyceride levels are all well within normal range. Any Ideas anyone?View Thread
My boyfriend is almost the same, although he ejaculates every time, he doesn't seem satisfied and anywhere from an hour to 5 hours wants sex again. I've noticed he always has an erection even right after sex. I'm exausted and often sore. I'm 10 years older, gone thru menopaus and hadn't had sex for over 5 years when we met. Its causing constant battles as I think once a day or every other day IS ENOUGH!! HELPView Thread
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