Hello, My husband is 44 and diabetic. Blood sugar in the 5 hundred range. Sex is close to nothing cause he can't keep or mantain an erection. I get stressed. He loves me to Play his trumpet per say. But sometime nothing comes out when he cums.That has me worried. He gets horny alot and when I'm not home watches lots of porn and releaves himself.But it makes me feel that when I want it he can't. We got rid of the porn, and the Trumpet sessions are great,and long lasting. But few. Could his diabetes cause nothing to come out when he cums. That has me worried.please help.Kathie
hay my name is not important. and i am 15 i have went out with my girlfriend for 7 months and she said she wasnt ready for sex at least for a year. but we were having sex after 2 months. i didnt rape her or nothing if that what u think she was defanitly willing. well recently she cut me off from sex saying she wants me to show her love in other ways. somebody please help me i think there something very wrong with her medically.
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