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  • (this post was edited 2007-02-01 06:33:17)

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    Oops, made a mistake when I signed up, so i had to delete this message. I'll be back soon though.

    Cheers for the below reply!



  • BusterBuster
    Posts: 953
    Hi Hotlar,

    I guess the first step here would be the hardest, reaching out. I feel for you but have no background with this type of thing to be able to help much. I hope that there will be others more qualified than me that will jump in.

    This is now in my own opinion, I would think that having difficulty with sexual response from yourself would make an Aneros experience difficult. Even as I write this, I think to myself that I could be wrong. Who knows, maybe it would help you to unlock whatever is going on. I have heard of massage therapists who are trained in tantric massage. They might be able to help you tap into your inner sexual being. It is there.

    Those are my initial thoughts. Whatever you do Hotlar, good luck. I am sure there is a way through this.

    Buster
  • B MayfieldB Mayfield
    Posts: 2,077
    (this post was edited 2007-02-01 07:37:24)

    Hotlar,

    As enthusiastic as I am about the Aneros, I must be frank; it is by no means a panacea. With respect to its health benefits, it is true that it is regarded as a method of improving circulation and muscle tone. However, given what you have described, I would suggest that there are other areas that should be investigated more fully first. It would seem to me that a visit with a physician/specialist is in order so that a case history can be taken and appropriately evaluated. In my opinion, any decision about whether or not to buy an Aneros should be put off until after this is done. Most likely at that point you will have greater clarity to help you in making your decision on this purchase.

    BF Mayfield