'Funny you should mention masturbation - an orgasm is nature's Ambien.' - Arianna Huffington, discussing her book "The Sleep Revolution" on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher.

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Cock, Frankly


Wow! The number of emails and comments during this series of posts amazed me. I'll get to all of the issues raised by you guys - I promise. And, of course, I'm still waiting for my brother to get back with more specific information. As my Faithful Reader expressed in his guest post yesterday, this is an important issue many men face. We are part of a brotherhood and we must learn to open up and talk honestly together about the kinds of issues with our cocks we all face as men.


One of our biggest problems is talking frankly with our doctors. For some reason, when we finally acquiesce to see a doctor, we clam up. We only give them half the story. We let our machismo, or embarrassment get in the way of enjoying a full life.


If you suspect your cock isn't operating as it should, if it isn't behaving or responding as it typically has in the past, do a self-examination. Ask yourself: What is different? What has changed? If nothing major in your life has changed, a move or job issues, relationship problems, new medication(s) - 


Particularly medications! Even OTC stuff like supplements and vitamins can conflict and cause reactive side affects when taken together or with other things. Read the pamphlets that come with these things. Seriously. A lot of prescription drugs - especially if mixed with other things - can cause a limp dick. The same can be said for a decrease in pre-cum and/or blasting out a decent load. Don't be afraid to ask the pharmacist about those possibilities. I know, I know, sometimes it's a woman behind the counter. So what! Buck up, grab yourself by the balls and ask!


If you can't even get your dick to respond to a nice solo stroke session, if the usual stimulation isn't working, and you can be positive no mental issues are getting in your way, make that appointment with your regular doctor. Then, when you get face to face, you have to be honest with him. Open up and tell him exactly what's going on. Be specific. Tell him you can't get a hard-on, you aren't able to cum, or whatever the issue truly is. It's the only way he's going to know where to start looking for the culprit. He may ask you a series of questions, like if you wake up with a boner, or if you can cum when you jack off. There's no reason to be afraid, shy, or embarrassed. He's a man, he knows a working pecker is important to you because his is just as important to him.







He knows getting your nuts off on a regular basis is important to your health, because it's important for him to unload his as well.





8 comments:

O!Daddie said...

more, Whk, more !!! Especially the lucious illustrations :>)~

LORDPATRICK said...

Great photos today! Really turned me on!!! Thanks! I woke up this morning with a glorious hard-on!WOW!

Amanda said...

A good post! I also wanted to mention that sometimes you've stopped taking can make the penis go soft, even when they seemingly have no effect. My boyfriend takes prednisone to help keep his asthma in check but he doesn't always take it as regularly as he should. When he misses it, he often experiences where he gets hard but then gets soft again before he can cum. I'd never expect that prednisone would have such an effect.

Amanda said...

* sometimes something you stop taking, that is. Sorry, was typing too fast. :P

Queer Heaven said...

Another very informative post.
I also want to thank you for leaving those wonderful comments on my blog! Ok... gonna go wank off now!

whkattk said...

@ Amanda - Right you are and thank you for leaving the comment. Vital information like that needs to be shared.

Eddie said...

Amanda's comment about prednisone reminds me of the importance of proper functioning of both thyroid and adrenal glands. For the same reason that some shrinks will give depressed people anti-depressants when what they really need is thyroid ... some docs don't check thyroid & adrenal (cortisol, DHEA) levels and cycles when their male patients complain about ED. As in many things medical ... guys, you gotta know more than your doc!

whkattk said...

@ Eddie - Thank you for adding to the discussion. Most people, doctors included, do not think thyroid is connected to our cocks at all. Yet, the thyroid controls all kinds of chemical levels in our bodies.