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« on: 28/06/2007 16:44:48 »
What physiologically is good sexual health? In erection power, balanced sensitivity, on time ejaculation...?

How long should a man take? How long should he be able to move for? Is premature ejaculation a psychological issue?

What are and how do the medications work?

Can these symptoms in any way show up in women such a sufferer's daughter in maturity.

I heard smoking poisons the hydraulics in some men, also or all?



 

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« Reply #1 on: 28/06/2007 16:53:05 »
What, physiologically, is good health in any context.

It often seems to be a somewhat arbitrary of subjective label to apply in any context of life.
 

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« Reply #2 on: 28/06/2007 16:57:23 »
For example, a Dr can tell you what blood vessels should be like, why they fill and stay filled, and not why we want it, but how. I mean physiology and anatomy, and why do things go wrong...
 

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« Reply #3 on: 28/06/2007 21:20:12 »
Well, a widely accepted definition of health is that of the World Health Organization (WHO), which states that "health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity". If that applies to your sex life then I guess you can claim to have good sexual health.
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"I heard smoking poisons the hydraulics in some men, also or all?"
Smoking is the single biggest avoidable risk factor for impotence in men.
I think that statistic should be wore widely advertised.
Oh, BTW, for any female smokers who are looking smug, please note IIRC it's the second biggest risk factor for incontinence in women (the biggest factor is pregnancy so, if your husband smokes please see the statistic above).

 

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« Reply #4 on: 28/06/2007 21:27:43 »
What physiologically is good sexual health? In erection power, balanced sensitivity, on time ejaculation...?

Please tell me your not working out a sex equation!

How long should a man take? How long should he be able to move for? Is premature ejaculation a psychological issue?

There is no hard or fast rule, sometimes girls finish quick too. I would say that premature ejaculation is more toward the psycological than the psyiological. but could be a foreplay issue.

Relax, dont do it.... We all know the song...

Here is a story that may help:

Two bulls on the top of a mountain,
A father and son
in the valley below are lots of cows grazing
The son says "dad! lets run down the hill and have sex with one of those cows"
The Dad says "No son, We shall walk down and have sex with all of them"
 

What are and how do the medications work?

I dont think there are any meds for premature ejaculation. Does anyone know of any because I dont?

Can these symptoms in any way show up in women such a sufferer's daughter in maturity.

What are you asking if premature ejaculation is hereditary?

I dont think so.

I heard smoking poisons the hydraulics in some men, also or all?

Yes, apperently, but it never effected me and I smoked for 12 years, Have quit now, not for any other reason than- the monks dont sell cigs!
But friends did tell me they noticed a difference after they give up. But if you do not smoke I do not know why you ask, as passive smoking shouldīnt have affected you at all in that department.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 29/06/2007 12:43:47 »
Can women have problems with their hydraulics?

I heard one guy say in a blog that sex isn't so important... morals matter... but that he lasted for ten minutes. Others told their was something wrong there, too quick. I heard of Sting that after learning yoga or ki, he couls last an hour.

One nightmare that struck my psyche and I wrote here on it, was that I would have a wife, but that in some or all ways, someone else would be her foremost love. I was advised these fears pass. Biblical King David underwent such humiliation.

Not an equation, just an average or normal span, peak trough, variables...
 

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« Reply #6 on: 29/06/2007 21:01:45 »
Can women have problems with their hydraulics?

I heard one guy say in a blog that sex isn't so important... morals matter... but that he lasted for ten minutes. Others told their was something wrong there, too quick. I heard of Sting that after learning yoga or ki, he couls last an hour.

In many ways sex is not that important, itīs the feelings that count.
 
One nightmare that struck my psyche and I wrote here on it, was that I would have a wife, but that in some or all ways, someone else would be her foremost love. I was advised these fears pass. Biblical King David underwent such humiliation.

Your wife/girlfriend may well feel the same way, and worry about the same things! Be honest, do not rush, relax, I would argue that really sex is an expression of how you feel for the person you are with, so you are there for them and they for you.

Worrying will only make it worst, you are not alone we all go through it, both men and women, we have different concerns but itīs the same old worry.

Trust me: A loving and considerate soul will achieve more with a single carrot, than a loafer with all the tools in the sex shop!

Not an equation, just an average or normal span, peak trough, variables...

Practice, practice, practice! Then some more practice! Afternoon tea, then more practice! Repeat everyday for three weeks (practical not theory)!

Oscar wilde said "it is a sad truth, but the most important things in life cannot be taught" it is down to you to find out who you are and what you like!
Besides it would be boring if there was nothing for you to learn, and really here you never stop!

Do not be ashamed of yourself. What really is the worst that could happen? and even if it did, would it matter in the long run. Generally I find that embaressing times from the past, you can always look back on with laughter- Tragedy + Time = comedy! So remember that.

One day though you will remember this post and say to yourself: "How could I of ever have been so stupid to worry about sex".
But as I said before in many ways sex is not that important, itīs the feelings that count.

Maybe some of the older ladies can tell you about the things they used to worry about.     
 

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« Reply #7 on: 29/06/2007 21:21:36 »
Older Ladies??? What OLder ladies..??? There are no older ladies in this forum! HEE HEE HEE!!! Sorry!
 

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« Reply #8 on: 29/06/2007 21:45:19 »
Older Ladies??? What OLder ladies..??? There are no older ladies in this forum! HEE HEE HEE!!! Sorry!

As you posted would you like to tell the young man the truth about the fact that women too worry about- that stuff!
 

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« Reply #9 on: 30/06/2007 22:03:19 »
Just thought Iīd add:

I sent a txt to my girlfriend saying-

"A loving and considerate soul will achieve more with a single carrot, than a loafer with all the tools in the sex shop!"

She replyed: "You aint comming anywhere near me with a bloody carrot"......lol 
 

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« Reply #10 on: 02/07/2007 21:25:05 »
Has any of this helped TITAN?
 

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« Reply #11 on: 04/07/2007 15:20:55 »
Not really, I am interested in science, numerics, similarities in both sexes spongy tissue, and the physiology/anatomy of unwellness. But the considerateness in nice, thanks.
 

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« Reply #12 on: 06/07/2007 09:56:20 »
good morning

Older woman responding  [8D]

Well, you see, it's like this:

             It's all in the chemistry - ie phonemes, personalities, circumstances, mutual responses, consent, compatibility etc.

Also, When you're hot you're hot, when you're not you're not.

One fine day you will meet that 'right' person and there will be no more questions, only the 'knowing' that you have arrived.  Knowing that this is how you always wanted it to be, and yet it never was.  When you find that special someone, you will forget about equations and empirical proof of averages and any comparisons.

and, Dont ever compromise and get physical with someone you do not totally adore!

Bonking for the sake of bonking or to prove that you are capable or even for the sake of forcing someone to prove that they love you is tantamount to saying "I hate you enough to f... for the sake of getting my rocks off, any old person will do."

Sexual contact is not necessarily love. Quite often it is used as an instrument of punishment, belittlement or even an act of anger.

REAL LOVE and beautifully harmonious mutually fulfilling sexual contact is worth waiting for.  Save yourself for that special someone.  If you don't, you might just find that when that special someone comes into your life, you could just be involved with some other wrong person who is jealous and sadistically hell bent on destroying you and making sure that you never get together with that special someone to experience that special happiness that every person dreams of attaining.  So, keep yourself separate and chaste for the beautiful advent of the meeting with your special someone.

Experience speaks.  I was the someone special to James Osterberg who simply melts into me whenever we are together, and when we unite sexually we float on a cloud of Ecstasy, yet, this special person has some immature and stupid 'Aide' who is demanding his charms because he was bonking with this stupid 'aide' under the understanding that "When my special twin ray arrives, we are finished, agreed?". Now, by my James doing this this 'Aide' is perpetually 'getting in our way' and being childishly insecure and quite obscenely evil and nihilistic.   So, learn from this lesson and do not bonk for the sake of convenience.....  I repeat, that special someone is worth waiting for.



Namaste

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« Reply #13 on: 06/07/2007 19:43:01 »
Not really, I am interested in science, numerics, similarities in both sexes spongy tissue, and the physiology/anatomy of unwellness. But the considerateness in nice, thanks.

Well what can I say, your welcome... ;D
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« Reply #14 on: 06/07/2007 19:48:25 »
good morning

Older woman responding  [8D]

Well, you see, it's like this:

             It's all in the chemistry - ie phonemes, personalities, circumstances, mutual responses, consent, compatibility etc.

Also, When you're hot you're hot, when you're not you're not.

One fine day you will meet that 'right' person and there will be no more questions, only the 'knowing' that you have arrived.  Knowing that this is how you always wanted it to be, and yet it never was.  When you find that special someone, you will forget about equations and empirical proof of averages and any comparisons.

and, Dont ever compromise and get physical with someone you do not totally adore!

I totally agree

Bonking for the sake of bonking or to prove that you are capable or even for the sake of forcing someone to prove that they love you is tantamount to saying "I hate you enough to f... for the sake of getting my rocks off, any old person will do."

Sexual contact is not necessarily love. Quite often it is used as an instrument of punishment, belittlement or even an act of anger.

REAL LOVE and beautifully harmonious mutually fulfilling sexual contact is worth waiting for.  Save yourself for that special someone.  If you don't, you might just find that when that special someone comes into your life, you could just be involved with some other wrong person who is jealous and sadistically hell bent on destroying you and making sure that you never get together with that special someone to experience that special happiness that every person dreams of attaining. 

Carm down lady, he cant of been that bad, surely?

So, keep yourself separate and chaste for the beautiful advent of the meeting with your special someone.

Experience speaks.  I was the someone special to James Osterberg who simply melts into me whenever we are together, and when we unite sexually we float on a cloud of Ecstasy, yet, this special person has some immature and stupid 'Aide' who is demanding his charms because he was bonking with this stupid 'aide' under the understanding that "When my special twin ray arrives, we are finished, agreed?". Now, by my James doing this this 'Aide' is perpetually 'getting in our way' and being childishly insecure and quite obscenely evil and nihilistic.   So, learn from this lesson and do not bonk for the sake of convenience.....  I repeat, that special someone is worth waiting for.
Namaste

Ashtari

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