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This message is for anyone who may have experienced no feeling in his penis.

I'm 65 years of age and on blood pressure medication as well as medication for depression.

I know at 65 years of age a mans sexual drive slows. Mine has. I have no trouble getting an erection before my wife is very helpful. She will do anything to give me an erection.

My erection does not last and when it does i'm able to satisfy my wife but I get no feeling. It's like someone took the good feeling tube and tied it almost shut. It's so disgusting because i'm offered sex all the time, any way I want it and I have to be like al bundy.

I cant climax the normal way, I cant climax orally, I can only climax now and then with a masturbation session provided by the wife. I cant even make myself climax.

Now this is embarrassing but it's true. I need to know if there is anything I can do. I know the meds are supposed to cause sexual side effects. I look at x-rates as they pop up on the puter but the scenes do nothing for me. I mean I don't get an erection, I don't want to masturbate, I don't even want the girls.

Would appreciate talking to anyone older who has the same problem. I've got my tost. Level checked and it's normal.

You younger guys wait till you get older. I used to have no trouble. I could hold my climax twenty minutes with no problem. Now I cant climax.
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replied December 23rd, 2005
Hey I hear ya man, i'm 19 and have exactly all the same problems you have
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replied December 23rd, 2005
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It's likely a nerve problem. You should both go and visit your doctor.
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replied December 28th, 2005
If I were freed from the shackles of a sex drive, i'd use all that pent-up frustration to spend some time developing some sort of destructive laser weapon or something to take over the world with.

All kidding aside, i'm sure it's a side-effect of old age. I would suggest seeing a doctor about whatever meds you're taking. I would venture to guess that the sexual side-effects of the medicine is making it harder for you to get aroused. I myself took a depression medication that made it next to impossible for me to get aroused just at the age of sixteen. Ask a doctor if there aren't different types of medicines you can take that don't give you the side effects.
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replied December 29th, 2005
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anonymous01 wrote:

all kidding aside, i'm sure it's a side-effect of old age. .


maybe for the 65 yr old, but not for the 19 yr old...
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replied December 30th, 2005
Hmph. Sounds like a med problem to me as well. (for the 19 yr old: try simple meds like viagra). Other than that... I dont have a damn clue.
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replied January 1st, 2006
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citrus wrote:
hmph. Sounds like a med problem to me as well. (for the 19 yr old: try simple meds like viagra). Other than that... I dont have a damn clue.


i'd try to stay away from meds (ie: viagra) when possible. At 19, there are usually other options.
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replied November 4th, 2008
Im 20 and I have the same problems

I can hold an erection usually and satisfy my girlfriend, but I feel almost nothing and the stimulation is almost completely mental, not from feeling.

Cannot climax, no feeling.
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replied September 9th, 2011
I understand man i have the same thing going on, and it feels nothing like it used to. Its been like this for a year and I am 21 and i don't even remember how it use to feel.I plan to see a doctor and get my testosterone levels checked.
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replied February 26th, 2009
see a doctor, easy to fix
you lucky is still better then not getting enough sex and have early ejaculation. has notting to do with age
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replied May 6th, 2009
I thought it was me..
My boyfriend is a little over 10 years older than me, I'm 34. He says it's not me when he can't climax, and usually I do think it's me. But after reading this I feel that I don't need to be self-conscious anymore. Thank You.
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replied April 6th, 2012
The strength of penile erection depends on the flow of blood to the pubic area and to the degree of passion or eroticsm one has. Viagra facilitates the flow of blood. The degree of feeling in the penis is dependent on the degree of passion. The penis is just a conduit, which without passion can have no feeling or it can hurt. One may still like to have sex or feell very attracted to a female, but that is not the same as desiring her with passion. Passion comes from the mind and it pressures the heart into achieving orgasm and ejaculation. Hence, people who have no feeling in the penis have undegone some physical or psychological change like sexual boredom, apathy, or some bad experience. Also, as someone has pointed out, it is possible that some glands or nerves may have ceased operating properly or one may have a weak heart incapable of responding to strong sexual stimuli from the mind.
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replied April 6th, 2012
No feeling in penis
The strength of penile erection depends on the flow of blood to the pubic area and to the degree of passion or eroticsm one has. Viagra facilitates the flow of blood. The degree of feeling in the penis is dependent on the degree of passion. The penis is just a conduit, which without passion can have no feeling or it can hurt. One may still like to have sex or feell very attracted to a female, but that is not the same as desiring her with passion. Passion comes from the mind and it pressures the heart into achieving orgasm and ejaculation. Hence, people who have no feeling in the penis have undegone some physical or psychological change like sexual boredom, apathy, or some bad experience. Also, as someone has pointed out, it is possible that some glands or nerves may have ceased operating properly or one may have a weak heart incapable of responding to strong sexual stimuli from the mind.
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