my guy has this random cut / crack / scratch on his member. He swear he hasnt sleeped around. and if he has that is his punishment. n*e*ways could this just be from him not be circumsized. Like not drying it all the way and too much mosister.. IS this a sign of an std? Please help.View Thread
SEXUAL ADVISE FIVE YEARS AGO OR MORE, I BEGAN TO EXPERIENCE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (AND WHO DOESN'T?) I AM 77...
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SEXUAL ADVISE FIVE YEARS AGO OR MORE, I BEGAN TO EXPERIENCE ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (AND WHO DOESN'T?) I AM 77 AND A HALF, I AM ABLE TO PERFORM (THE WHOLE 9 YARDS) AT LEAST 3 TIMES PER WEEK, OFTEN 4 TIMES. THE SECRET IS ESTEEM (ASK YOUR DOCTOR). YOU NEED A PRESCRIPTION AND MEDICARE WILL PAY UP TO $300. NOTHING TO SWALLOW OR TAKEN INTERNALLY. OOH, YES, I HAD A 5 BYPASS (OPEN HEART)IN 2005. PLEASE...............LISTEN UP! YOU WILL BLESS ME AFTER YOU FOLLOW UP. THIS IS NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT. THIS IS MY HOPE TO BRING SEXUAL BLISS TO OLDER PEOPLE.
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