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Blood flow to the penis

Discussion in 'TalkCeltic Pub' started by ticticboom, Jan 5, 2022.

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  1. The Prof Administrator Administrator

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  2. Buster

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    Just discovered l don't have any blood flow problems to my * :36:
     
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  3. Mr. Slippyfist

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    You guys are shocking, poor fella cannie get a stauner and yous are ripping the *?

    Should be ashamed of yourselves...
     
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  5. Cumbernauld Bhoy67 Gold Member Gold Member

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    I’ve never understood the obsession * have wae that lassie :giggle1: certainly a decent looking girl, but someone like Michelle Keegans more Cumbernauld Bhoys type. :giggle1:
     
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    This has to have been an awfully hard subject to broach

    Come on lads,give the man a helping hand
     
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  8. Buster

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    What the * is wrong with you?

    The old Pad would have been into that like a dug eating beetroot

    I know, l know, seen your next post :56::56::56:
     
  9. Jack Torrance Heeeeeere's Johnny! Gold Member

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    Who is she?
     
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    The replies in here belters haha.

    All jokes aside, the day will come to all men that this happen. It's just part of life so don't worry to much! All depends how healthy and fit one is physically and mentally, diet and lifestyle one has though. They say once you hit your 40s is when you'll start to notice changes.

    Bastarding thing happened to me recently for the first time in my life although I'm putting it down to the jabs I got from the doctor. I'm b12 deficient. My body can't process it for some reason and the very first night I got the jab from the doctor, I had a flappy disk a few hours later when went to give the misses one. I was able to preform but it was different. Whatever is in the b12 jab definitely * with me somehow. I'm supposed to get it every month now but fir the reason I described what happened to me, I now put it of. * living with a flappy disk in your 40s. Would need to join the prozac que if i couldn't preform only half way through my life!

    With that said, has there been any changes in your lifestyle, body, mental state lately for this to happen!
     
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    I don't know her, but I'd slide down a razor blade naked just to hear her vanny fart through a walkie talkie :35:
     
  13. Mr. Slippyfist

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    I’m mellowing in my old days….
     
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    Lose weight if you're overweight
     
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    I started getting rock hard stiffy's two or three times through the night. They were that painful they used to wake me up and they only went away if I did a pee which was, as we all know, difficult to do with a stauner. My doctor said I should have my last fluid intake a lot earlier and it helped but I still get the odd one now and then.
     
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    OK here we go, there could be many reasons it's not happening and I sympathise with you I too have the exact same issue however I have it due to Diabetes, at 38 it could be just starting, I noticed a lack of strength before it decide to chuck it altogether, then it was literally like near slapping it off a wall to try get a reaction from it, I did the * thing for a while say 6 months or there abouts then after that * did nothing at all, it was back to looking at the floor, so apart from back at those 6 months it's been 14 years since I had a hard on. Basically the diabetes damages the nerves of/in the *. After the * failed I got the pump via the NHS, it does get it inflated but it's not proper, eventually it just goes back down again and that can take sometimes 3 minutes and as your aware once it get's to that stage it just flops and is not strong enough for penetration anyway.
    Interestingly however there is a new product on the market, it's a gel like substance that you sqeeze into the eye of the helmet called Vitaros, which I am currently looking into with my doctor, I just have to be sure it doesn't interrupt my medicines for my Kidney disease, don't want any nasty side effects ya know.

    Best advice I can give you is get to your doctor and find out what's casusing the issue, it may just be something daft, that's easily fixed, could be in the head if you worry about it, it can make it a lot worse the head can be a powerful thing once thoughts get in there and are very hard to remove, also get checked for early onset diabetes. I now need a kidney transplant all due to diabetes. It's a horrible disease and I wouldn't wish it on my worst enemy.

    All the best and good luck...but get to the doc first.
     
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    Next thing you’ll be having the wet dreams
     
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    A visit to your GP,seems to be the best advice.Good luck.
     
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