In response to your question. A Doppler is an ultrasound used for testing your penis and testicles for various reasons. It all depends on what your doctor is looking for but an erection and having to produce a semen sample is certainly not out of the norm. I have had the ultrasound performed on both my erect penis for detecting blood flow after experiencing pain after a groin injury and any damage to the testicles. The physician performing the procedures throughout the year made it very comfortable and and he does these 5-10 times a day sometimes so there is nothing he hasn't seen.View Thread
Speaking of boxers or briefs. I just got some of the new Hanes Xtemp briefs and boxer briefs and they are the most comfortable I have had in a long time. They stretch, breathable and dont loose support like regular briefs.View Thread
I'm with you ty....I have no reason to admit to the amount of time or how often I engage in this. On one had she would worry that my drive is elevated enough to probably cheat if I had a chance but on the other hand she should be happy that I am taking care of things with my own hands and not someone else's. As long as I keep her happy when she needs it, I don't worry.View Thread
Ive been to Vegas several times and the spas at the hotels are separated and although they offer you robes and slippers, only about 10 percent wear them in the wet areas and usually only in the lounge watching TV. Its actually quite relaxing and in a non threatening environment makes it even better. Its a great way to relax for a few hours and a great way to end your trip.View Thread
It's unrealistic if a guy thinks 1 individual (wife, GF, partner or whatever) is going to take care of all his sexual urges and needs. She does her thing, I do mine and we do ours when it happens.View Thread
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