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Viagra - will it help?


melissa2009

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My guy can get it up, but often goes to a half and half place rather than fully erect. He can ejaculate, but only to masturbation, not to vaginal sex or blow jobs, and normally only after quite a long time.

As I understand it, viagra will help him stay hard - but will it make it harder for him to come?

Will it help him climax during vaginal sex (where he says he doesn't get enough stimulation to make him come)?

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He shouldn't be taking anything without checking with his doctor that there are no more serious underlying reasons.

 

From your two previous threads it sounds as though a lot of the problem may be psychological, but you should never assume that; there are all sorts of physiological problems, some serious, which can't be checked out on an online forum!

 

(And of course, Viagra does nothing for denial, sadly... )

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That is sad - the person who makes a pill that cures denial will be VERY rich

Here in Australia he can't get anything like that without first going to a doctor. And I don't think he's going to want to take stuff like that - not that I'm keen either - we both hate the idea of putting unnecessary chemicals in our bodies. One of the reasons I'm not on the pill. I've been reading up on erectile dysfunction, and there are some physical things (eg cholestorol, potential diabetes, prostate problems) that also should be checked - just in case.

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My guy can get it up, but often goes to a half and half place rather than fully erect. He can ejaculate, but only to masturbation, not to vaginal sex or blow jobs, and normally only after quite a long time.

As I understand it, viagra will help him stay hard - but will it make it harder for him to come?

Will it help him climax during vaginal sex (where he says he doesn't get enough stimulation to make him come)?

 

I would Viagra as a last solution... of course I believe there are many other underlining problems (besides physical) such as psychological, etc

 

Check your doctor first... I know you may not like unnecessary chemicals in your bodies but it may be necessary after all (and even if there are no chemicals get a check up)

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