WOW! A question and answer period! Dani!...You left the Playing Field wide open!...Thanks! :)
Pete!....I have to jump in on this one with you! Hum!....how to start and keep everyone from blushing! :)
I have never had a problem in this department, even while being on the Percocet's, but then along came the Oxycontin's and there was a disconnect between my little friend and I :(
My wife is in her early 40's and I in my early 50's. I did go to see the PCD for this, and had all the blood work done, and was given a scipt for the Big Blue Pills :) I was afraid to take them because of the side affects that could happen, so the script just set there.
Just a side note: My insurance will only pay for 8 of these Pills a month.....what a guy suposed to do the other 22 days? :)
Well, surgery was close and I really was hurting to the point that it would not be fun anymore anyway, so my wife and I thought best to just wait and see what happens after the surgery. The oxy's were removed right after the surgery, and it didn't take long for the little guy to come out of hibernation, but I was in no shape for play time.
I will never forget the first time trying when I thought I might be up for some romance (I did say that right didn't I ladies?)
Well.....I could not move afterwords, but no problem for my wife....she tossed me off like a ragdoll! :)
(Mental note: never make a woman mad! They are much stronger than one would think)
One of the side effect that can affect a man after lumbar surgery is that a person may experience an ejectulation that enters the bladder instead of where it is supposed to go. This was a great fear of mine! I'm happy to report, no problem there! :)
My point in all of this and has always been, is that when we suffer (CP Paients) so do our spouces and family.
Pete this is a good item to bring up, and I know that it seems to be Taboo to mention and make comments on, but this can
really affect a person more than many realize.
I'm going to stop on that note.....and my question would be for the day......
What is the earliest memory in life that you have?
I for one still remember my crib. Hard to believe, but I do remember it clearly!
Have a good day All!
"Respect your fellow human being, treat them fairly, disagree with them honestly, enjoy their friendship, explore your thoughts about
one another candidly, work together for a common goal and help one another achieve it."
Post Edited (Screaming Eagle) : 8/8/2010 11:36:31 AM (GMT-6)