Probably I did not ask the question right. I am sure that once the lady is off birth control long enough for her period to return she will or can get pregnant. But being on birth control too long , can it affect the childs birth. My daughter has being on birth control for over 6 years now and is 26 years old. Her cousin is 33 and had a difficult child delivery but was blessed by God. The baby was born 6 and a half weeks early and has been in a NICU hospital over two weeks now. Is it possible that birth control use too long may hurt the woman or child ? Thank You ! StanView Thread
Probably I did not ask the birth control question the right way ? I am sure once off the birth control a woman can get pregnant, but can it affect the birth. My daughter has been on birth control over 6 years, she is 26. Her cousin just gave birth to a little angel Thank God. Only 6 and a half weeks too early. She is 33. Was the early birth by chance because of birth control ?View Thread
Young people have been delaying marriage as well as child birth until later years. When the women stops taking the birth control pill, after several years like 7 to 10 years, Will that hurt chances of getting pregnant or even affect the baby ?View Thread
Hi ! Michelle, How are your retirement plans coming along ? It is a great life but you will keep busy finding things to do. One friend to another. By the way, I don't know google that well to call him or her my friend. LOL I'm a two finger typist. LOL.
Just writing to ask if anyone has some great places to visit around Saugatuck, Michigan. Going around late July.
Taking my sweetheart to the Great Niagra Falls for our anniversary, week of October 2nd. If anyone can give any fun ideas for that trip it would be great. One for sure will be loving my sweety that night, shimmering with the glow of body oil after her massage reflecting the colorful water falls upon her luscious body. That is the number One stop on this trip !!! Other suggestions are welcome. Thank You !View Thread
Thank You, NOWHARD & Anon 134193. I know my main problem comes from the blood thinner that I must use to prevent a stroke. My blood flows ok to the penis but does not remain there long enough for me to finish the job pleasing my sweetheart by penetration. As for rings they are not safe for me on blood thinners because the chance of blood clots. Thanks for the advice !View Thread
Michelle, My wife is pretty satisfied with whatever I do to please her. I just saying with me inserting her my girth is not wide enough to fill her after i give her oral. Because there is no friction contact, my penis will not stay rigid long enough to ejaculate in her. That is why she will then finish me by masturbating me with her hands. Stan By the way ! how are your retirement plans coming along. My retirement is going very well.View Thread
A few weeks ago, I wrote about cloudy urine and got the answer that pertained to my retrograde ejaculation. I am getting older but still do my best in giving my sweetheart oral pleasure. Bigred53, FCL, GeorgiaGail, Ladies you've always given great advice. So now here is my problem. Even taking Cialis my erection does not stay firm long enough when I enter my sweetheart. Her honeypot seems opened more than my penis can fill. Would too much oral open her up like that ? I do not want to stop giving my wife oral for being in the menopause stage, she likes the pleasure before insertion. When I or she masturbates my manhood it will remain erect, I just want to please her when I enter her after oral and some loving caresses and hugs. A full body massage comes afterwards. I am sure I am doing almost everything right, just need the little guy to not let us down. I know I have some past medical issues along with age but just inquiring would ladies be only satisfied with oral without insertion later. StanView Thread
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