Using strap-on for intercourse

Erectile disfunction, premature ejaculation, delayed orgasm, etc.
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Using strap-on for intercourse

Postby alexschulze » Sun Dec 11, 2016 10:39 pm

There are many couples whose sexual frequency has decreased over years of marriage. One of the reasons is not having a good erection to penetrate. Marriage will suffer if there is not intimacy or sexual union in bedroom. Testosterone drops after 40 years and substantially reduced as you age making erections weak.

Would it help if husbands use a strap-on over their penis during penetration. They can have foreplay, oral and use strap-on during actual intercourse. This will remove the anxiety of losing an erection. Also if it will bring both DH and DW close. Isnt this a better option than not having sex at all? I do agree that strap-on is not the same as penis.

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Re: Using strap-on for intercourse

Postby harley01 » Fri Jan 06, 2017 10:39 am

Try the Elator. I tried the strapon but she didn't like it. We used vacuum pump for years now we found the Elator and she love it. She says it is more natural.

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Re: Using strap-on for intercourse

Postby New Found Hope » Mon Feb 20, 2017 2:43 pm

Hi harley01! Have you tried the Elator and the Erektor (or are they pretty much the same thing? They appear to be the same thing? I have PE and I'm looking for something that might help.
In the same way husbands should love their wives as their own bodies. He who loves his wife loves himself.
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Re: Using strap-on for intercourse

Postby pop fish » Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:07 pm

I can recommend the Erektor also. At 72+ years old, a type 1 diabetic and in a 50+ year marriage, this is one of the options that works well for us. Tried a strap-on too but DW did not like it as it was way too big for her. Also use extensions with vibrator attached. All depends on circumstances :lol:

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Re: Using strap-on for intercourse

Postby harley01 » Tue Feb 21, 2017 3:02 pm

Pretty much same. I think the Elator USA little more expensive. I'm not sure theVacuerrect system would work work but produces etection by engorging P with blood and enlarges and hardens it. Produces a large one. It's from. bonro medical. They could tell you. Good people.

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Re: Using strap-on for intercourse

Postby Nebraskaken » Wed Mar 22, 2017 4:24 pm

I know this is a long time after the original post, but have you been to a urologist for a prescription of trimix? Trimix consists of phentolamine, alprostadil and papaverine (I beleive). I went to a male clinic and they have a little pellet injected of something like this into the penis for erections. The price was prohibitive so I called my urologist. He prescribed a liquid injection at a lot cheaper price. This has worked very well for me. A tiny needle for diabetes can bee used and it is not painful at all. Viagra stopped working for me, but after using this, Viagra will bring me an erection again. I get 5 vials with 100 units (1 mg) and I use 50 units. The cost for 10 injections at 50 units each is $105. My wife gives me the injection and we make it part of foreplay. Good luck.


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