24
Aug

I think that you’ve gotten to the heart of what you are facing.

I would summarize the issues as:

1. Commitment: “If he cared he would…”

2. Sex

3. Faithfulness

You have believed because of the warmth of your relationship that he Should be committed in particular ways. He Should focus upon you and your emotional and sexual needs instead of not hearing you and being self-centered. You have believed that if he was committed to you, he would buy viagra or let you buy it for him.

You want sex – that includes intercourse that lasts more than several minutes with him losing his erections. You want sex – where your feelings and needs are a part of it.

You are very hurt that he’s apparently tried to have sex (and probably failed related to intercourse) with another woman while you were supposed to be out-of-town.

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23
Aug

Men don’t have any experience with Doctors. And ignorance is often = fear. Women start seeing a doctor during puberty and yearly after that. They sort of get thrown into the deep end of the pool (doctor wise) with Gyno visits and so… I think seeing a doctor for physicals etc is not a huge deal for most.

Other then men who join the military most guys don’t see a doctor unless they have a bone sticking out or blood jetting from an open vein. *Or so my GP informs me. Seeing a doctor for a yearly physical? My GP said it doesn’t happen unless its mandated by insurance etc.

Some of this might be cost www.tadalafilbestprices.com (Insurance or lack of)

I talked with some of the guys at work and they were mostly worried about the embarrassment of being looked at or poked or prodded in some embarrassing region. Then there was a great debate over the gender of the Doctor and if there might be some issue because of that. Insane? Uh huh… Most admitted that after they moved out of their parents home they have never seen a doctor. My own brother waited until he was in his late 50s! *other then a couple of ER visits.

I also think that low testosterone makes a mans ability to complete tasks near impossible but thats a different issue.

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21
Aug

these days he comes home almost dead (it’s 100 degrees in NY)…and he works on rooftops mostly of office buildings.
So aside from that, one of the first things they checked for was a tumor, I think he was very worried about that which is why it took so much longer to get to the doctor. Why do ppl do that? I had a sister in law who found a lump and for a year ignored it out of fear….when she finally went to the doctor it was too far gone and had spread. She died at 51.
A doctor once told me that one third of physical ailments will get better on their own, one third will eventually kill us and one third can be successfully treated by a doctor…but it takes a doctor to figure that out!

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20
Aug

Hi everyone I have been lurking for several months now but have never posted. I wanted to give you a little bit of back ground before I commented on anything… So here goes I am 28 and my husband is almost 31 we got together when I was 16, I had our son at 18 and our daughter at 22 we had always had an amazing sex life up until September 2009, my husband turned 29 that month and all of the sudden he was having issues with staying erect and just didn’t have much desire for sex in general we thought maybe it was because he had a ruff summer with work ( he does comerical heating and cooling) and was just worn out, but even after worked slowed down there was no change so like most guys this bothered him but he didn’t want to see a doctor about it so it continued and in February I found a lump on his testicle so he said I was crazy there was nothing there so about 2 weeks later he decided to go to the doctors and had an ultrasound and they said it was a tumor…. within a week of that he had surgery and we met with an oncologist, then he did chemo and now a year later he is doing great all CT scans have been clear and the doctors have finally found the right meds to make us have a mostly normal sex life again, but the reason I wanted to post was because Testicular cancer shows up in guys between 15 and 30 and then when they are 40 and over and it is one of the medical things that causes ED I have been seeing some young people post on here and it reminds me of how my husband was before we knew he was sick. Thanks for reading and I am sure I will be posting again!

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08
Apr

Now I am supposed to take 3 tablets like you wrote in this e-mail. But I discovered that I had problem sleeping because it acted on the nervous system. Please don’t take 3 pills at the same time. It will raise your BP suddenly and your heart start raceing fast. I know one guy who end up in the emergency. Fred, it may be more effective to me since I still have morning erections and doctor told me there is nothing wrong with you and it is only in your head. Every one is different as far as the effect of any medication is concerned. My doctor also gave me some free samples of Viagra from nfsno.org Canadian online pharmacy and said it will build your confidence and you will be alright.

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05
Apr

but if I were you I would get myself off to a doctor ASAP!!! Something that sudden is not natural. You may have had a thrombosis or some sort of blood blockage. Get it fixed before it becomes permanent!

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02
Apr

t0 mannually stimulate a man their age to help him overcome his problem? I am partly impotent, use generic meds from canadian pharmacy and can only perform when my girlfriend spends a lot of time stimulating me. She likes it for now, but I am afraid she will get tired of it and leave. What do others think. Is it possible for a woman over 50 to enjoy stimulating a man who has trouble performing. Also are women in this age range willing to receive oral sex as a way to substitute for intercource. Do any women like receiving oral sex?

 

__from Garry:

 

You’re problem is not new to you. And, hence, you see the huge interest in implants. Not as spontaneous as when you were 20, but better than offering her a limp dick every time, and all the BS getting it up.

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27
Mar

and the numbness you are experiencing makes me think you should see a doctor as soon as you can. I don’t know what it is, but almost sounds like it could be a blockage of somekind which could be serious. I think most ED (mine included) happens gradually over time as a man gets older. A doctor may be able to help any of us, but for your situation, I think it is especially important.

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18
Mar

but different in others. I am 58 years old, and mine has been very gradual rather than sudden onset. My ED is similar to yours in that I can sometimes have an erection from physical stimulation, but not from thoughts or sights.
My old girlfriend could get me erect about half of the time with a lot of stimulation, but I think she was frustrated by all of the effort required. I am not in a relationship now, and am concerned about whether my next relationship will be able to stimulate me enough. Several people have told that having it happen gradually like it has happened to me is fairly normal as men get older, although it can happen at various ages. Your sudden onset along with the numbness you mentioned seems like it could be a medical issue. I think you should see a doctor about it soon.

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15
Mar

He cites studies from the Framington Study, CASS, and Mr FITT, and on the specific statement. Marshall Becker University of Michigan,William C Taylor , (Annanls of Internal Medicine)

More information from this book:
Harvard University researchers , led by William C Taylor, and using data from the Framington, and Mr FITT study, (361,662 persons) found, and the results published in the Annals of Internal Medicine,”for persons without other risk factors,such as smoking, finasteride 5mg tablets or high blood pressure, they concluded: “We calculate a gain in life expectancy of from three days to three months from a lifelong program of cholesterol reduction”

Quote from Marshall Becker , University of Michigan. “The effect of all our interventions may be analogous to stewards rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic”

(the above is from the Chapter on the Dangers on Low Cholesterol)

Don’t let this information depress you, and don’t stop your Cholesterol lowering program, but if you are taking drugs to lower Cholesterol,, do some more research on your own. And Ask your doctor about all this and demand a streight forward answer.

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12
Mar

He said, that since the early days in the development of a vitamin therapy for heart disease, a longer and longer list of other nutrients came to be added to his protocol, in addition to the large mega-doses of C, recommended by Pauling. These additional nutrients, as well as the amino acid L-Proline, allowed for a reduction in the amount of Vit. C necessary for the method to work. From what he said, and judging from the supplements he has approved (and which are sold by a company with which Rath is in some way associated), I gather that 1 or 2 grams per day, would be sufficient.

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12
Sep

only to get accused of doing cocaine, in need of psychiatrist, and nothing wrong. When at the time it was an enourmous effort just to get to the doctor.

Once I found out what was wrong I was able to make decisions that my doctors knew nothing about. I still have mercury and still get nowhere, mercury does not show up in regular tests because they are too busy using mercury to cure every disease, ever looked at the medical symbol? The next symbol is radiation that is absorbed into the tissues where negative radiation mercury is present.

I am protecting myself by educating myself. I advocate that medicine should be taught in school, what else in life can be a more relavent study. Medicine as we know it has to change before we can teach our kids. I know a number of doctors who ran away from the profession in horror.

Did you know that cardiology practice was based on mercury as a medication? So what is normal to the doctor is something that is normal for having poisoned the patient in the study of the heart.

I appreciate the experience in plain English I pick up from this blog.

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16
Aug

But I’m having trouble because I get into a rythm counting one beat a second, but it fades and throws me off. I’ll have to look up arrythmia, is that the same as when blood is flowing out of the heart, is that also what the hospital mean’t by at 7 & 11.
I’m going to have a lot of teeth pulled with over 7 years of mercury poisoning. I have weakness on the left side, internal and external no doubt. I used to be in really good physical shape from rowing etc, so most of my symtpoms are not normal. I have passing symtpoms but the real clincher usually has no warning. Is low blood pressure problems more common in females? Aren’t females less likely to have any warning symptoms? Isn’t there a problem if low blood pressure is normal that a sudden high blood pressure would not be recognized.

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07
Aug

then have a blood test to verify it and any other Heavy metal poison that test should also verify your MagnesiumPotassium glucose and blood palets Ask for a test that indicates the Normal Range for each itemand what your range is for each item. EDTA chelation is designed to remove heavy metal poison I would have it done at once.
Your Arrythmia or palipalationsĀ  are the result of interferrece in the tiny electrical impulse to the Sinus nodes on each side of your heartdeficiency in Potassiumor magnesium can cause this to occuras well as drugsĀ  in particular drugs made from cocaine. Make a note here that Magnesium deficiency is a major problem 75% of patients entering ER with heart problem are deficient the pain you feel on the left side also could be from Calcium magnesium deficiency they play a rolenerve function It is also known the Mercury poison will cause a thinning of the heart muscleyou should by all means have these things checked out by a Doctor and by all means find out what is in your blood. I am not a Doctor nor am I selling anything If you live in the US and dont know a doctor who does Chelation I can help you find one from a book I have good luck.

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07
May

but I’d be happier with a systolic at 100. If you’re not feeling weak tired dizzy or experiencing an unusual number of arrhythmias etc. at 90 systolic I wouldn’t worry about it much. But the best way to achieve very low blood pressures is by way of exercise. I’d be mildly concerned if I was getting systolic pressure at 90 if I wasn’t exercising; but if a cardiologist that knew my cardiovascular profile assured me that 90 systolic was O.K. I’d forget about it.

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