Monday, July 15, 2019

Balls May Be Funny

Yep. It is that time of the month, guys!
Get busy with that TSE!

But, here's a little sidetrack article from Healthline for everyone: "Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Getting Kicked in the Balls."
If you read to the end, there's another article on a subject I've posted about: "Testicular Torsion."  This is particularly important subject on balls, because your nuts can twist under all kinds of situations. A visit to the ER is called for; if not swiftly corrected, the testicle could strangle and die. 

Balls may be funny, but not when they're hurting. 
Don't mess around when it comes to a pain in the nuts. 

Friday, July 12, 2019

Health Is Foremost

Every once in a while I get an email taking me to task and posing questions about a post. I appreciate them as much as the praise, and try my best to ensure my readers get the whole story. Health is foremost. Always.
Faithful reader moochie has concerns about the Sound Wave therapy. He's done his research, and his points are valid. Educate yourself before running off to the 
nearest clinic.

Note: I've truncated his email to what I hope are the major points.
"I take exception to your declaration that sound therapy is safe and with no effects in the treatment of erectile dysfunction.
I read the Mens Health article and delved deeply into this therapy regime and found that the sound wave equipment is NOT FDA approved for use in erectile dysfunction (ED). [This is considered using a medication or therapy "off-brand" and that should always be a consideration.] .... One such person offering these services near me claims to be an MD but has no license nor is he registered anywhere as being an MD. Then is there a possibility of a blood clot as a result of the sound waves(?) Should men on blood thinners be permitted to undergo this treatment? Heart conditions? High or low Blood pressure patients? ... Further research showed this treatment has to be repeated, it does not permanently resolve the issue in one treatment. What is the effect over a prolonged period?"


Faithful Reader, and fellow blogger, SickoRicko, wondered about the possibility of priapism.
Priapism is what the boner pill advertisements are warning about when they say, "If you experience an erection lasting longer than four hours, seek immediate medial attention...."
Because it can do permanent damage to your cock. And we want your cock to remain healthy

and functioning.

Have a terrific weekend.

Thursday, July 11, 2019

It's Safe, It Works

It's because of emails and comments thanking me for information, and questions, that keep me posting. The newest from a long-time Faithful Reader:

"I so appreciate the link you provided on 6/20 to the article about best prostate massagers.  ...  After reading the article, I ordered an NJoy wand (one of his top recommendations). ... Other than loss of sleep, are there any dangers in frequent (every night) stimulation of the Prostate?  I’ve searched online, but haven’t been able to come up with an answer.  I use plenty of lube.  The NJoy is so smoothed and curved, that there is nothing to tear the internal tissue.  I also don’t do anything excessively rigorous, or violent—it’s best to take it slow, and just revel in the sensations. ... " - William

The reason he found no answers regarding any dangers in using the massager every night is because there are none. So long as you are careful, as he is, to not get rambunctious.

William continued with another question about the recent glut of generic boner pills:

"I just received a Groupon notice the other day about Blue Chew generic pills at ridiculously low prices.  Do you know if these are the real thing, and if they are safe?  In my research, I found multiple sites selling generic products, but didn’t see much in the way of contra-indications or warnings for their use."

Generic pills should list the same contraindications, side effects, and warnings of the originals. I'm not a fan. At all. The latest in help for erection restoration is Sound Wave Therapy and clinics are popping up like spontaneous boners all over the place. You can read Ben Greenfield's review for Men's Health here: "I Tried Sound Wave Therapy."
It's safe, has no side effects, and - according to all reports - it works.

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Boners Are Good

As we age, we need to take a more active role in our health. That includes sexual health.
Once noticeable spontaneous erections have subsided, we should be taking the time to encourage those hard-on's. Work one up at least several times a day to keep the tissues supplied with needed blood oxygen.

To steal and paraphrase an old movie line,
"Boners are good."

Taking an active role in our sexual health includes frequent ejaculations. At least twice a week. It doesn't matter how you achieve them.
Jacking off certainly counts!

Be aware of your cock.
 Listen to your cock.
Be kind to your cock.