Mysweetmelissamarie, I think you are very gullable to believe this guy. I seriously doubt he has gone all that time without consumatting his marriage. Show some self respect and bail out now! Married men should be off-limits despite their not so compelling pick-up lines.View Thread
Bob, his PSA test results were good, in the normal range. The Doctor said come back next year. His PSA index was 1.01 which was actually lower than his previous test a year ago. They watch for escalating numbers from test to test as well as high numbers as possible indicaters of prostate cancer. The urologist says a guy shouldn't have sex for 48 hours prior to the test but there is no prohibition afterwards.
someonewhocares3 More scare tactics to make women more anxious and fearful. I had a hysterectomy years ago and they removed my uterus and cervix. Honestly, if the sex after the hysterectomy was any better I don't think I could stand it and what's more I am pain free and have been since a week after the surgery. I am sorry about your problems but they are counter to mine and every woman I know who has had this procedure.
I have been married and out of circulation for so long that some may say that any comments I have would be irrelevant. However, young adults had the same hormones, desires, hopes and dreams then as they have now. Dating is a process of sorting out the possibilities and to do that you need to know all the aspects of the people you are "sorting". I am a believer in premarital sex as a way to learn about the person you are dating. I am also a believer in lots of conversation and exploring various interests with those you date. I don't think there is any specific order in which you do all this. All should be based on what feels right. I never had sex on a first date but several times I was willing but my date was hesitant or maybe he misread the signs. I am not an advocate of sex on the first date but I wouldn't rule it out if the circumstances were right. Rhonda View Thread
My understanding is that Viagra stimulates blood flow to the genital area regardless of sex and it has actually helped some women with arousal and orgasm problems but it is not a consistent aid to woman as their arousal is much more complex than men's.
FCL is correct. You are at the beginning of your life and the time to get this fixed is now. Putting it off will just make it more difficult and please don't miss out on this portion of life that can bring you so much joy! Bite the bullet and go see a counselor!
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