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Regarding "trouble getting and keeping and erection.", and "Not a condidate for Viagra" - Could you please tell me why your husband is not a candidate for Viagra.
Next time your husband and you would like to enjoy some lovin', may I make a few suggestions.
Because of your husband's back pain and prostatitis symptoms, it is important for him to remain on his back as much as possible. Of course not all the time, just a good portion of the time. After some initial "warm up" foreplay, have your husband lay down on his back. Then you can straddle him with your knees on the bed and facing your husband. In this way he can easily touch your breasts, and you can bend down to kiss your husband as well as to let him suck on your breasts if he would like.
He may find that this position is also arousing to him and will help him to get and maintain an erection. If you like to have him stimulate your clitoris, he can do so in this position with his fingers. Also, if you scoot up to his face, he will be able to orally stimulate your clitoris if you so wish and bring you to have an orgasm in this manner. While on top of your husband, you should also be able to use one hand to stimulate his penis. And/or you can just slowly lower your bottom on to his penis. Maybe even move it around a little which should help to arouse him. (It drives me crazy when my wife does this to me.)
After you have had an orgasm, then scoot back a little and with one hand hold his penis and carefully move it so that it penitrates your vagina. Now you can move back and forth to stimulate him and also yourself. Back and forth is better than up and down. Up and down just increases the possibility tht his penis will not stay inside of your vagina. Take care, and please do ask any other question you may have. Oh yes, almost forgot, I'm 66 guy, so now you know we can relate.
Reply by: kitty
His heart doctor told him no to viagra pills. And yes it was the urologist that ran tests and found nothing wrong and said it was the arthritis that was causing the pain in the groin after he ejaculates sperm fluid. It sounded strange to me too but he did run several tests. Maybe another uroligist is in order for the prostatitis symptoms. Thanks for your suggestion for Voltarin.
Yes, just for peace of mind, it may be a good idea to get a second opinion for the prostatitis symptoms. Is your husband taking any medications for his heart that may be contributing to his erectile dusfunction problems? Some medications can have that nasty drug side effect.
If he is taking medications, it may be a good idea to speak to the doctor and find out if his penis erectile problems can be a drugs side effect. Also, there is a lot of information on the internet regarding medications.
Kitty, do keep in touch, I'm both concerned and curious what your husband's groin pain problems may be caused by. In the meantime I'll check around on the internet for his prostatitis problems.
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Reply by:Heather A.
What could this dull ache in his lower abdomen be? Prostatitis Symptoms?
My husband has been away for 6 weeks, after we had sex, he complained of a dull ache in his lower abdomen after ejaculation. It has happened 3 times. (We had a lot of welcome home sex) Is this something he should see a Dr?)
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