My urologist mentioned the procedure years ago. I remember it as the "Roto Rooter". I've asked and the urologist has discussed all the options and most of them have marginal success and take a long time to show any effectiveness.
If your wife likes semen, consider taking l-citrulline. First time I used it. I gushed.View Thread
I've had bph for a long time and treated my self with herbs; mainly saw palmetto. The BPH predated any erectile issues. I tried Flomax after I had developed erectile issues and it didn't make a difference one way or another. I tried it because I was tired of waking a couple times a night to urinate. The side effect for me was reduced semen output and it didn't help my bph. I quit taking it and my semen output returned to what it was before.
I also did the 30 day free trial with Cialis which is prescribed for ed and bph. I actually had a few nights where I didn't need to get up to urinate. As an ed med it worked better than Levitra which my HMO prescribed then and generic Viagra which they prescribe now. The side effect of Cialis for me was retrograde ejaculation. If daily Cialis was offered at a reasonable cost I would continue to take it. I take herbs daily which are reasonable but not as effective.View Thread
Jacqui should provider a more in depth explanation of her terms. Spontaneous sex is how it is shown in movies. For most couples, there are hurdles to get over. A woman who has difficulty orgasming needs to focus on her physical response and nothing else. Her partner needs to provide whatever stimulation she asks for to enhance her experience. A man who orgasms to quickly needs to first satisfy his partner orally or manually and then focus on his physical response in order to develop control. A man who has difficulty orgamsing needs to satisfy his partner and then focus on his physical response and nothing else. Ideally, for either partner who has difficulty orgasming should have pleasurable thoughts preferably about their partner, but any imagery that gets the job done should be employed.
I have gone from someone that orgasms to quickly to someone who has difficulty orgasming (at least during masturbation). I have an inventory of sexual images that I use to orgasm. For me, it is situations from my past where I didn't have sex with a person, but possibly could have and they are excellent fantasies.
Negative thoughts to stop orgasming are a bad idea. Negative thoughts; distractions, bad memories can make it really difficult to orgasm. I put physical sensation way above thoughts.View Thread
Walgreens has a large selection of sex toys for men and women. Walmart has a large selection of vibrators. In store also, but you get them from customer service by item number. Drugstore.com has a large selection of sex toys for women. I couldn't find anything at Costco.View Thread
Yes, too many men think with the little head. I avoided a sexual relationship for a long time because they can become complicated. Anyone who has a bad sexual relationship and is looking for another concurrent relationship is truly stupid and asking for trouble.
The best thing you can do is find a partner you are truly sexually compatible with and not someone who is only trying to please you in the beginning. Things change and a relationship can become sexless, but you have to look at the relationship as a whole and accept it for what it is.
If sex is the only priority; don't get married, don't have kids and don't move in together. Treat every partner with respect and move on when your sexual needs are not being met.View Thread
I would change will climax to can climax. If your partner is amenable to giving quickies that's great, but if you are making love you should take your time so that both partners can savor the experience.
A man wants to be able to control his orgasmic response to he can climax quickly or take his time to pleasure his partner as long as she wants. A man that can't last 5 minutes will be disappointed with his performance.View Thread
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