They're all phony. And it's dangerous to buy mail order drugs of any kind because you don't know where or what they are made of.
Testosterone is not a cure for ED and too much in your system can be downright dangerous. A simple blood test will show whether your testosterone level is within the normal range given your age. And only a doctor can tell you that.View Thread
It's not clear from your post, but I assume that your question "why can't I seem to last that long" relates to your queston why you can't maintain an erection after ejaculating.
I can't explain the whole thing in medical terminology but I do have a common sense answer: After you ejaculate the blood flows out of your penis and it becomes flaccid. Although a lot of guys claim that thay can maintain post-sex erections and even have multiple orgasms, these fortunate guys are relatively rare.
Most men lose erections following ejaculation. That's just how we are built.View Thread
Probably not. Consult a Urologist. It could be "retrograde ejaculation" , a condition that causes the semen to be pushed through the Urethra and into your bladder. It is then discharged through the urine.
Some kind of injury is a likely cause but, absent that, no one knows why it happens. Google "retrograde ejaculation" and find out some more about it. But there is no substitute for a thorough physical exam. And don't be skittish about a doctor poking around your genitals. A lot of guys get erections from the physical sensation but a doctor will be pleased to note that at least you don't have erectile dysfunction.View Thread
That area is where all of the very sensitive nerve endings are. On some occasions after sex this area is so sensitive that it hurts badly even to touch it. However, the nerve sensitivity decreases quickly. Every guy I've ever talked to about this has had a similar experience. He's not doing anything wrong but he can stop the "clothes bumping" with a pair of Jockey shorts or a jock strap.View Thread
PS: If you want to be veril and to show off your well-hung equipment in the locker room, bedroom, beach or to the nosy people who can see into your house, apartment, back yard or balcony, leave your public hair generally trimmed but don't shave it off. The contrast between the darker pubic hair and your shaved and very observable equipment can be startling. And the focul point effect works with guys having dark skin as well. I just happen to notice those things.View Thread
I shave my genitals as well; that is other than the pubic hair. It does increase sensitivity with tactile stimulation.
I did some research and disovered that there is no hair removal cream that is safe for men to use in the genital area. The warning labels on these products contain that caution.
Norelco sells a man's "body groomer" with models starting at about $32. It's cordless and ergonomically shaped with two trimmers on each side (and a foil shaver in between) specifically designed to remove body hair from men. But although the trimmers are small toothed a lot of care is needed when shaving genitals. The skin on the penis shaft and Scrotum is very thin and will nick if the shaver runs across a skin fold. But the trimmers cut the hairs very close to the skin and it is faster than a razor. Look up the Norelco Body Groomer on Amazon under the catagory of "all produts" and read the dozens of testimonials for yourself.
Personally, I use the body groomer and then a safety razor for special occasions. The razor method is the only way to get a perfectly close shave.
The danger in either of these methods is infection. A nick is an open wound that takes as much time to heal as a nick on your finger. I don't shave (with either method) if I plan to have sex within twenty-four hours. And before shaving I take a shower, disinfect the groomer head and razor with alcohol (and the can of shaving cream) and rub my hands and genital area with antimicrobial hand sanitizer. Even though you don't bleed while shaving you can tell how much skin has been cut off by rubbing your balls with alcohol after you finish. It's not as bad as having BenGay rubbed on your nuts but the initial sting of the alcohol is about the same and it tells you how many wounds you have but can't see. And it's a good idea to rub yourself afterward with a cream based after shave or hand cream to protect the shaved skin. It dries out quickly.
I do not shave my groin with the same razor I use on my face. I keep it separate and change blades every two or three shaves. My fear of infection is not unjustified. I once had epidetimitis so bad I could barely walk. And even a blow job can transmit a bacterial infection to a penis with open wounds no matter how small.
I know that some guys get waxed but I don't see the value in it unless the procedure results in some kind of pain/pleasure thing.
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