35 and erection not as hard
Posted Tue Nov 03, 2009 11:25 PM
It's never been an issue for have noticed that my erections are about 10 percent softer (90 percent full) and go down faster after orgasm.
the pro to this is that I can control it more and can go for longer but at the same time it's not as hard as it used to be.
my morning erections are also about 90 percent and not 100 percent hard.
any suggestions on how i can go back to my normal hardness? thanks
Posted Wed Nov 04, 2009 01:33 AM
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Posted Thu Nov 05, 2009 12:23 AM
Stress can indeed be my problem...thanks for the advice all.
Ted Flirt said:
Posted Thu Nov 05, 2009 11:13 AM
You have started to slowly decline since age 23 or so whether you realized it or not. All guys passed that age face declining sexual ability as time goes on.
It evolves slowly into a mid life crisis.
Best to have a physical to include vitamin d, ( most people lack vitamin D) calcium (lacking in many people), insulin, testosterone, kidney activity, cholesterol levels, etc to insure you do not have the beginning of health issues. Also discuss your concern about sexual performance with your doc....very important to most modern doctors.
Posted Thu Nov 05, 2009 11:23 AM
cialis is the shit! most doc's dont have an issue handing that stuff out to aging men who want to maintain healthy sex lives with their S/O.
Posted Thu Nov 05, 2009 03:05 PM
I never liked them either till I got smart. Your doctor can be your very best friend...you just have to find a good doctor. Many people are afraid to find that they have a problem that needs correcting, especially in the early stages before all the damage is done....
Example...High blood pressure can take years off your kidneys; ruin your sex life; make you look aged; make you winded; tire out your heart muscles etc...when with just a little help it can be easily corrected.
Also a little plaque in arteries is turning out to be a real problem cause when it moves, it can cause strokes. If it stays there, it can bridge the artery and shut it down. How many times have we heard about somebody getting a triple or quadruple bypass? Most of that could have been corrected with diet or pills or both. It is a very nice feeling to know all your numbers are in line. G
Posted Thu Nov 05, 2009 06:15 PM
I think 70% of doctors are shitheads. maybe a third of them actually give a shit. my pediatrician did!
I went to alot of specialists when I was younger for allergies and asthma. the shit medicine they shoved down my throat made things worse. I stopped taking meds and things got better.
now that I'm growing up, doctors are useful when I have a problem other than viruses and the flu.
I agree with G- a good doctor is an asset to your life. local health clinics are useless besides for free STD exams and condoms.
Posted Fri Nov 06, 2009 06:57 AM
i never had insurance until this past month. I was supposed to get it 8 months ago from my job after i was here for 6 months, but that never went through.. But i transferred into a state university and its a requirement- if you don't have health insurance it is provided for you in your tuition- $500 for the fall semester and $700 for the spring. so for $100 a month, i've got some crappy insurance. atleast if i wind up in a hospital, i'm not buried in debt till i die. I can't say i really want to go to university doctors and have a bunch of students watch him check me out lol...