I have been reading this blog for some time and i wanted to ask your advice on finding a doctor. i have been going to the same doctor for many years, he doesn't know my name, just my chart. I have been reading about the importance of a mans relationship with his doctor. Recently, i have been experiencing fatigue and lack of stamina in my sexual relationship. i know it has to do with stress and anxiety. my question, should i change doctors, mine is just a general practitioner and find a specialist. please help me. i am being sincere. thank youView Thread
I recently started to do Kegels because i heard that it will help me shoot farther. i have noticed that after doing several reps of 25 i start to have a large amount of precum. my question is, is that normal?View Thread
maybe it is time to look into getting a new doctor. any advice, i dont have that many close male friends i can ask. maybe a urologist? dunno, just asking. anybody care to share some of their experiences?View Thread
My first adult exam, it had been sometime since I had sex and I didn't think anything of it until the doctor started examining my stomach. I had on small briefs and he started pressing around my crotch I started getting a little excited. He then asked if I would remove my underware and get on all fours. As I did that, I long bead of precum started seeping out of my penis. He didn't notice at first, then when he did, he just gave me a Kleenex to wipe myself. It wasn't a big deal, but I was totally embarrassed.View Thread
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