excuses don't make it any harder...  

atlguy435 37M
72 posts
10/26/2005 12:01 pm

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excuses don't make it any harder...


I have heard that drinking too much alcohol hinders the male erection. I find too much drinking just hinders my ability to notice what is going on. I have drunk myself to forgetting once. And nothing happened that I am aware of. I do enjoy drinking and drink slowly until I have a good buzz, but I find that it does not interfear with my sexual performance.

I am young. I know it may happen at some point in the future. But what to do when it does? Just lay there and pretend it never happened? Confront the issue? Go down on her so she still gets some satisfaction?

What would you do?

I think I would make sure my partner was still satisfied. Then I would make an appointment with an attractive doctor and go see about my problem as soon as possible.

This is a question for the ladies:
If erection failure happens the first time you have sex, how does that make you feel? Will you give the guy another chance?
What would you want the guy to do if his penis is unable to perform?

redmustang91 58M  
8917 posts
10/26/2005 2:56 pm

Don't sweat it. Try cialis or just drink less! there are lots of ways to provide an orgasm that do not require an erection.


atlguy435 37M

10/27/2005 5:40 am

I would like to say that I have not had any erectile problems. I do not drink that often, 2-3 times a month and only have 2-3 drinks when I do. I do not smoke.

The question was, what to do if or when it happens. It is unlikely i will know it is going to happen, at least the first time if it ever does happen, so the drugs may not be an option. So do you just leave disappointed? How would the woman feel if you were unable to get it up? The erection is the foremost sign of male arousal, so how does it make the woman feel if you are unable to get aroused?


atlguy435 37M

10/31/2005 12:51 pm

So why is not good to have an erection for more then 2-3 hrs straight?


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