Viagra - How is it for you?

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  1. D_GustJoSood

    D_GustJoSood New Member

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    Ladies (and gents), when your dude cannot get it up 'au natural' and uses those little blue romance chasers, can they actually have a real sexual experience with you? My ex had to manually stimulate the heck out of his pecker and it still wouldn't get hard. Then after another 1/2 hour and another 1/2 pill, it was sort of 'squishy' hard and he crammed it in me and told me that it was now up to me to work on it. It was so limp, he couldn't even stroke; it fell out of me, and I'm tight, so that wasn't the issue.

    He wouldn't let me help 'manually stimulate' him - hands, mouth, anything, and he never ejaculated in or out of me. He lost his erection before he could do anything.

    Has anyone else had this experience? Is this a Viagra thing or is this guy either too told to have sex (60) or just completely not into it or me? I know I'm not a turn-off; I've had lots of sex successfully (for both of us) and this is a first.

    Anyone? Boys or girls? Have your partners been unable to get it up even with the 'big blue pill'?

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  2. B_Hornaplenty

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    I'm 74 and Viagra works for me. It opens the right valves that deliver blood to my penis and gives a nice stiff 8". But there are some guidelines: Viagra works best on an empty stomach. (Early morning fucks are the best.) If you do eat, avoid fatty food (meat, fried foods, cheese, milk or cream). Don't eat or drink citrus before taking the pill. Smoking and alcohol both diminish Viagra's effectiveness. At 74 I use 100mg tabs when I want to get hard and stay hard. My urologist says taking more than 100mg is a waste of pills. I hope this information will maybe help your partners perform.
     
  3. D_GustJoSood

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    I appreciate you writing back. He said that his age might be 'part' of the problem, but he won't say what the rest of the problem is. He made me feel 'dirty' and made me feel that it was my problem because he couldn't get it up. He could when he watched porno flicks, or when he masturbated on cam for countless other women/men, but he never once could do it with me. Never with Viagra, never with manual stimulation, nothing. I never saw him cum in person. Only on video. I began to think it was me. But he never let me touch him, so I don't think that's a true representation of my skills as a lover; I think something may be wrong with him psychologically.
     
  4. Pitbull

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    If Viagra took care of every performance problem there wouldn't be all kinds of clinics dedicated to helping men.

    I guess, being a ex, no help for your problem with him at this point but I would say he needs more than a prescription for a blue pill to deal with his problems.
     
  5. B_crackoff

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    1 - Fear of failure breeds failure
    2 - Because of the fear, he didn't want you to touch him because he didn't want you to fail too.
    3 - Because of this frustration, & even with your concern, he might have tried to shift some of this blame on you - even though in his head he knew this wasn't true.
    4 - Masturbation is different. There's no pressure to perform, or please anyone else - so therefore no fear of failure.
    5 - Well he was 60.
    6 - Viagra doesn't work like that. It can't overcome the psychological issues consistently, if at all.

    There's also a 7, but I can't back it up scientifically, but via experience. Sometimes, no matter how much you love someone, & still find them sexually attractive, your body just seems to say NO! The fact that you can masturbate frequently shows it's not a physical ED, & the fact you can then enter into another sexual relationship, with no problems at all, shows it's not really a psychological issue, other than just getting too used to someone.
     
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    I have always heard that Viagra doesn't work for everyone. I have had friends who told me that they have had to try other treatments. I remember hearing about one of the treatments you have to inject the medicine into the private area. Sounds painful to me, but whatever works, I guess.

    I have no experience in this area, so far my husband hasn't had any problems.
     
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    I'm 57 and they work totally for me with no side effects at all!
     
  8. EllieP

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    My husband is 46 and doesn't need Viagra, but we've tried it before. It worked too well for us. He was so hard it was a bit of a discomfort for me. I like him just like he is. He's not too hard, but definitely not soft. He never grows that much bigger, but it's perfect. With Viagra he got much bigger and rougher, if that makes sense. We've used it again since, but I have to be really, really ready for it, otherwise it's just painful.
     
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    My hubby is 47 and Viagra works very well. He cuts 100mgm tablets in quarters. Sometimes he takes one half (two of the 1/4's) for a little longer lasting effect. It does work better in the morning but, that probably has as much to do with better circulation just after waking. That's a common thing in any age physiology. But a good hard morning fuck is a very nice thing to wake to.
     
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