Owner of a Grumpy Dick

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by howami, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. howami

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    OK.
    I posted in another ED thread but I am at the point now where all I can think about all day is how to fix my ED problem because I have a woman at home who wants my cock.

    This is what I gathered. Please someone tell me a specialist who I can visit. Let's just say I'm not in the U.S.

    - I know I am depressed. I had one alcholic parent, One with bipolar.
    - I am going through a divorce after 3 years of horrible marriage.
    - My wife did not enjoy sex. It was not pleasurable. It (I think) it started my ED and endhanced it.
    - I am with another woman now who loves my cock and is all over me all of the time for it.
    - Only Viagra works for me. I am immune to Cialis and Levitra it seems.
    - Even with Viagra I do not keep an erection. I do GET extremely hard and bricklike, but once I slip it in, it goes down after a few minutes.
    - Magnum Condoms are too small but Magnum XL is too big. I can feel the Magnum chocking my cock and I have red marks on it afterwards.. is that normal at all? (they last for about 20 minutes)
    - I tried two sets of cock rings and both seemed to work (i was extra thick) but my cock went down after a few minutes of fucking.
    - I get out of breath with sex and even after taking a 100mg Viagra he deflates and doesnt recover for a few hours.
    - I have an office job. I have tried starting doing cardio but I never stick to it.
    - My blood pressure is within good levels.
    - I don't know if I have low testosterone, but I don't think I do.

    And whatever, here's a pic, I have nothing better to do right now but take photos of my penis when it gets hard.

    Who the fuck can I go to?
    Does anyone know of the best Urologist in the U.S.? Preferably a really good one in Florida?

    Signed,
    Owner of a Grumpy Dick
     

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  2. D_Pubert Stabbingpain

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    Sounds (and looks!) like getting hard is not an issue for you.
    Due to your childhood history and previous marriage history, it may be psychological. Start with a Psychologist who can refer you to a Psychiatrist should you require meds. If they go the anti-depressant route you should stress that you need something that does not affect your libido, sex drive, or ability to attain and keep an erection.

    Cardiologist due to you run out of breath.

    Even if you think that you have sufficient Testosterone, all male hormones (including the female hormones we carry, specifically Estradiol, must be at proper levels. Search for Testosterone (anti-aging) doctors in FL.

    Best wishes for solving this issue.
     
  3. noone_home

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    Just a thought: you may also want to try and track down a RECOMMENDED
    "eastern medicine" practitioner... ie: asian doctor that might use herbal
    supplements, dietary changes, accupunture, etc.

    A reliable, recommended, affordable one that will generally care and want to
    do occasional followups, etc. - I'd try any avenue that would yield help.

    Above all, be patient w/ yourself and give your body time to readjust to the
    new life and requirements.

    All the best!
     
  4. canuck_pa

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    Go to your doctor first. He/she will refer you to a specialist.
     
  5. vince

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    In my layman's (pardon the pun!) opinion, you need to see a doctor. Lay off the Viagra... isn't 100mg a big dose?

    If you get out of breath after a bit of sex, then above all do your cardio weather you like it or not. From your pic you look a bit over weight, so the cardio will really help. Plus it makes you feel good and may help with your depression... an in shape body makes you feel good about yourself.

    Kegel exercises will help with the strength and duration of your erection. They will put a smile on the face of your grumpy dick.

    Do you smoke or drink alcohol?
     
  6. D_Helmer Heighballs

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    my advice to you my man is smoke a little weed, now weed is not a drug its a plant. it HAS been used as a medicene for over 5000 years, it isnt addictive and its one of the best anti depressants arount. seen as ur working in an office ill assume u have a weekend off, just chill roll a joint n relax and let your mind clear, it does help you put shit into perspective. what do you have to loose? ( an evening + sum extra food ). just try googleing cannabis and depression. my GF suffers from serious depressive bouts n i got her weed for like a year and the difference to her is amazing.

    hope this helps.

    CK
     
  7. TurkeyWithaSunburn

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    Cannabis isn't a drug, it is a plant, but it does have a drug in it.
    Tetrahydrocannabinol.
    Tobacco isn't a drug, it is a plant, but it does have a drug in it.
    Nicotine.
    If a chemical can pass the blood/brain barrier it IS defined as a drug. (exhibit1) (exhibit2)



    Anyway back to the original poster...
    The more upset you get about not being able to get an erection the harder it is going to be to get one. You just have to relax about it. And like some of the other posters have mentioned cardio exercise helps get everything running :smile: so maybe work out a little, pop a viagra and see what happens in an hr. By all means do get your testosterone checked! Low T has been linked to depression.

    If you're really just looking for a quick fix there is always Cavarject. Insert needle into penis, inject drug, bingo you're hard for hours.
     
  8. howami

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    Thanks all for your help and suggestions.
    Yeah I am a bit overweight, I need to hit the cardio hard, I think will help.. just need to get into the swing.
     
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    It sounds like a lot of your "stuff" psychological and maybe you should visit someone to help you talk things through. You probably haven't dealt with a lot of your "stuff" and it is showing up in the physical form. I agree that cardio helps you feel better mentally and about yourself. 30 - 45 minutes of biking, walking, or any movement on a regular basis will help cheer you up and get your mind off your worries. You have a nice tool, man. It sounds like your gf enjoys you and it. Get help and share that little beast with your woman!:biggrin1:
     
  10. Not_Punny

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    I think several things:

    -- You should check your hormone levels. You might be low on testosterone. This can also help with the weight loss. You might also benefit from Human Growth hormone which has helped a lot of people with heart conditions and sub-clinical depression. (But ONLY do hormones under a doctor's care -- don't go solo on it. I know people who do it under an MD's care, but buy the stuff from Mexico from reputable resources at half the price.)

    -- Many fitness experts don't recommend "lots of cardio" -- 20 - 30 mins of exercise a day, alternating weights with cardio, will get faster results. Look up Jillian Michaels' website. She's the trainer from The Biggest Loser; I listen to her radio show now and again, and she makes a lot of sense. In other words, exercise DOESN'T have to take a lot of time.
     
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    Some could be psychological and some could be physical. Get them both checked out. The out of breath after one time of intercourse is not a good sign.
     
  12. zundervall

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    I've gone through something similar recently, my doctor had a full blood test run on me, and I have low T levels. Hormone replacement therapy isn't difficult, it perks up my mood and I seem to be horny all the time now. Do yourself a favor and get checked - it's not difficult. BTW, you look pretty good to me.
     
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