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    bucksboy [sign in to see picture]
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    im not particularly long 6,5-7! but, i think i must have a really phat girth cos all the girls ive shagged have told me to slow down and and be gentle. some have even bled, ive been with about 8 or 9 girlsl and only 2 havent complained..

    ive also been having problems getting boners rececently, i do watch a lot of porn at work and at home and wank,, how do i go about getting REAL viagra, them ones from the bogs are shit!!!! i dont really want to go to doctors as sshe is a women and is embaresseing,

    any tips?S

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    I am sure she has seen little willies before dont be shy.

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    Rather harsh gunther. Might be easy to make a quick comment and have a chuckle to yourself but this is someones life.

    Erectile problems are incredibly common and can be caused by quite a few things. Stress can play a part, but sometimes it is much more traditionally medical in nature. It would be best if you could visit a GP. Would you be able to request a male doctor? I know that i've been going to various drs at my practice since my main went into semi-retirement.

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    You said on another post that you are 28 which would be considered young for Viagra and you would not qualify for treatment on the NHS. You can find more information here:

    http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/erectiledysfunction/prescription.htm

    but as the site says, private prescrptions are expensive.

    If you've been spending a lot of time masturbating you may have strained the arteries that cause an erection which leads to dysfunction. At your age you could be able to get back to normal by leaving things alone for a while but as Pixieking said, you should see a doctor if you think something's wrong. The practice won't think anything of it if you ask for a male doctor; both sexes regularly make requests like this. As with all things, a doctor can't help you unless you are candid with them so don't skip any details.

    Good luck with it.

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    Ask to see a male doctor or go to your GUM clinic. Erectile dysfunction is common but it's important to to get checked to make sure there isn't an underlying health issue. Viagra is a powerful drug and can cause major issues with some cirulatory problems that can also be a cause of erectile dysfunction. As for girth, well have you tried foreplay and/or lube? Sounds like a friction problem to me.

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    My oh had erectile dysfunction I thought it was because I didnt turn him on turned out he suffered high blood pressure you really should see your gp man woman doesnt make any difference ,I dont mean to scare you but sometimes it can be a medical problem thats all.

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    Your GP will have seen and heard it all before. A few tests and you'll be on your way with the solution (and a big stiff cock) in hand!

    Best of luck!

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    Pixieking wrote:

    Rather harsh gunther. Might be easy to make a quick comment and have a chuckle to yourself but this is someones life.

    Erectile problems are incredibly common and can be caused by quite a few things. Stress can play a part, but sometimes it is much more traditionally medical in nature. It would be best if you could visit a GP. Would you be able to request a male doctor? I know that i've been going to various drs at my practice since my main went into semi-retirement.

    point taken pixie but there are two conflicting problems a huge dick that makes women bleed aand difficulty getting an erection, both are problems in themselves but i cant se how you can have them at the same time

    sorry if i caused offense and good luck

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    Could be linked though: if you're hyper-aware that something about you is 'wrong' then that's pretty likely to make it harder (ba-dum-tsh!) to get fully aroused. The fact you use the verb "complained" means that, whatever they thought, you see it as a problem that diminishes your performance, so stressing over that is probably not too far fetched.

    Definitely wouldn't advise leaping straight on the pills. Whatever's not happening is not happening for a reason, and better to fix the root cause than mask it and have it drag on (and possibly get worse!). Do consider requesting a male GP or visiting the GUM clinic and have them double-check that all's physically well. Even if they don't find anything, they might be able to spot some areas such as stress that could be affecting it. And, if all else fails, can offer either a prescription or advise on how to proceed in the short term.

    By yourself, have a careful think about anything you've been doing to or putting into your body. Not just sexually, think diet, medication, exercise, body washes, sleeping patterns...the slightest change could have weird little symptoms, so something as seemingly unrelated as changing the brand of painkiller you treat headaches with could be messing something up. Anything new or recently stopped you can think of, try changing back, give it a few and see if that has any impact.

    If it is down to the size issue - and even if it's not, it's worth working on so you don't get more "complaints" - then get into the habit of going heavy on the lube and taking it much slower at the start when you're by yourself, so that when you're with a girl you don't feel as awkward about adding more lube and easing into it. And when you are with a girl, working on her more at the start with oral, fingering, or other penis-penetration-free play, will all make her more relaxed and better able to take a thicker penis. That'll also give you time to build up to full hardness if you're still having trouble, so it takes some of the pressure off.

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    Hey hunni, iv got to agree with bashfulbabe I'd say this is down to stress from what youve said, Having a thicker girth is for most girl preferable than extra length but extra girth means extra responsibilities a good lube is key

    Use lube on yourself as well as on your partner and insert slowly, give her time to adjust to your size. Take things slowly at first to make sure she is fully lubed. Ask your partner how she's doing before upping your pace

    Remember it's better to keep checking how your partner is doing than just going at it and hurting her

    Learning to be a considerate lover is the most important lesson a man can learn and when you master how to read a partners body you will become spectacular

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    gunther wrote:

    Pixieking wrote:

    Rather harsh gunther. Might be easy to make a quick comment and have a chuckle to yourself but this is someones life.

    Erectile problems are incredibly common and can be caused by quite a few things. Stress can play a part, but sometimes it is much more traditionally medical in nature. It would be best if you could visit a GP. Would you be able to request a male doctor? I know that i've been going to various drs at my practice since my main went into semi-retirement.

    point taken pixie but there are two conflicting problems a huge dick that makes women bleed aand difficulty getting an erection, both are problems in themselves but i cant se how you can have them at the same time

    sorry if i caused offense and good luck

    I dont quite understand Gunther, are you saying that largely equiped men cannot have erection problems? anybody can mate, no matter how large or small. sounds like these problems with erections have perhaps stemmed from as you put it these women 'complaining'? If you think there is something wrong, even when there is not it can lead to mental problems which can lead to physical problems, I have experienced.

    take the plunge and visit the doctor, even just have a chat about it if you are too scared to 'bare all'

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    Sorry if i didnt make myself clear.

    Large men are actually more prone to erection problems its a simple matter of physics.

    1 For the size issue just take it slowly use a lubricant and dont bang away. A baby can come out without always causing bleeding so sex shouldnt be a problem.

    2 Erection problems have many causes, dont masturbate for a day before relax and go slowly. Sharing your anxiety with your lover takes the stress away (I found)

    3 Visiting a doctor:- as a veteran of many hospitals I have been examined by males and females and spent 2 months completely incapacitated in a full body cast. I would be much more embarrassed talking to a man about erection problems than a woman same for examination. Dunno what the rules are but I would expect a female doctor would not examine a mans penis anyway. Everyones different when I had the snip I was glad there was a woman there dunno why its just reassuring.

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