Who Needs Viagra

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Curious Wife, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. Curious Wife

    Curious Wife Active Member

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    I could not resist sharing something my husband has been doing that I did not realize. A few years ago as a favor to me, he got a Vasectomy. We found out about 6 months later that he did get one of the notes side effects. He has low testosterone now. Without telling me any more, he just said the doctor had given him some Testosterone to take as a supplement to his needs.

    At first he started with shots, but it was way to difficult to control the levels, so he moved to creams. I did not realize this, so when he said one of the things the doctor recommended was to put hand lotion on his penis and balls, I just went with it. He had me rubbing in some every few days or so. In the mean time, after about a month or so his levels balanced out. I just figured they changed his shots.

    Anyway, one of the wonderful side effects of his testosterone was a wonderful discovery of a huge and rock hard erection in the mornings. And I mean rock hard. He would be sleeping and it would get so hard that it would tent up his shorts and the sheets and blanket. We enjoyed a new found youth.

    Then a little while after that, I found myself getting hornier and hornier and staying so horny at times I could not stand it. There were times I would let him do anything he wanted as long as I got to keep getting my orgasms. One night I wore him out after forcing him to make me cum well over 5 or 6 times and I still wanted more. That was when the suggestions of opening our relationship started. His suggestion not mine, but I like the idea. We started to explore a variety of things I would never have thought of.

    Well, making this a little shorter, what I discovered is that what I thought was lotion was actually his testosterone in a cream. What was happening was he was getting his full dose and I was getting small doses since I was applying the cream and many times would enjoy the nice erection that followed.

    At my age the doctor said its ok for now since I would probably be low anyway and he gave me the go ahead to continue as we have. He gave us a list of symptoms to keep an eye out for, but WOW.

    Who needs Viagra when you can get back to Teenage Levels of Horniness through hormones. It has been wonderful and our sex lives have never been better. With each other and with other things as we experiment.

    Thought I would share.
     
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  2. 8her

    8her New Member

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    ive tired it and I love it except I cant cum off it
     
  3. nothinguc

    nothinguc Active Member Gold Member

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    Those creams specifically say do not apply to genitals. I guess that is one of the effects and it is a positive one, hopefully there is not a downside to it with a negative side effect.
     
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  4. Torpedo

    Torpedo Well-Known Member Gold Member

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    Erections haven't been any real problem, but I notice that over the last 10 years it takes me longer to achieve orgasm. Refractory time has increased but since it usually takes me longer to cum it hasn't been a problem.

    Recently there has been a lot in the media about negative side effects testosterone. I think if getting an erection was a problem I would rather go with Cialis or Viagra than the hormone therapy. the side effects are less severe. However if you happen to have one of those erections that last more than 4 hours, the treatment is not fun

    Testosterone is a hormone that women also produce but in lesser quantities than men do. Elevated testosterone levels can reap havoc with a pregnancy, especially if the unborn baby is female
     
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  5. willsrvu

    willsrvu Administrator Real Person Gold Member

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    Not only are you not supposed to apply it directly to the genitals, you are supposed to make sure that your female partner does not come in contact with it as it will fuck up her hormone balance.

    Latest reports are that they are finding men who have been on testosterone replacement for a number of years have a higher incidence of stroke.
     
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  6. Curious Wife

    Curious Wife Active Member

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    Few things in reply. I too wondered about the location of application, but the cream dispenser says to put directly on clean non oily skin and that could mean legs, arms, torso and genitals. Kind of weird I thought, but according to his doctor, this cream, which is not an off the self cream, but a cream specifically made for his level needs, actually works better the closer to the genitals that its applied.

    Second, I never thought about the secondary transfer. I probably shouldn't even be touching it with my hands.
     
  7. shocked

    shocked Active Member

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    I'm only 30 but I've had to take it for several years because my antidepressants and mood stabilizers were causing my once 3 hour, rock hard erections to become almost nonexistent. I've also lost fitness, energy, and memory. A urologist and endocrinologist did some tests and found low testosterone, which they believe were side effects of the medications. I started taking a medication to encourage the pituitary gland to send certain chemicals to the testes to produce more testosterone. I took it for a couple of months. I feel way better in virtually every aspect of my life and my hormones are completely normal. I only need very rare and small doses of Viagra on occasion, and only if necessary to sustain a very solid and prolonged erection. Testosterone injections and creams are generally not given to younger guys because it can have the same side effects as steroids.
     
  8. willsrvu

    willsrvu Administrator Real Person Gold Member

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    When they say apply to hairless areas, they usually recommend applying the cream or gel to the shoulders and stomach area, alternating those sites. I would be surprised if they don't actually have a warning saying do not apply directly to the genitals.
    Not knowing what brand your doctor has prescribed, I can't say for sure, but I know that Androgel definitely specifies that.

    The idea is to use it on areas that absorb it slowly and allow it to build up in the tissues so that it becomes a constant supply released into the blood stream.