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mpw123
01-29-10, 02:03 AM
Okay, so this topic is probably gonna get moved to the 'men with ADD' forum but I think it relates more to this one. I'm not a particularly sexual person, but I get boners way too easily. All my girlfriend has to do is hug me or give me a peck on the cheek and I go hard. A slight stroke anywhere below the belt will set me WAY off. I've explained to her that I'm just really sensitive to touch... but I'm worried that she will think I want sex all the time. When I'm out with her I'm constantly worried that I will get an erection and everyone will see. Does this happen to other guys here?

Cacho
01-29-10, 03:27 AM
How old are you? If you are a teenager, everyone gets it.
If you're older, there's people who take medication to get like that, so I'd consider it a good thing (unless you want to be a regular at a nude beach or something).

mpw123
02-01-10, 11:28 PM
How old are you? If you are a teenager, everyone gets it.
If you're older, there's people who take medication to get like that, so I'd consider it a good thing (unless you want to be a regular at a nude beach or something).

I'm 20. I realise there are people who have the opposite problem and I'm not saying my problem is any worse - but it IS still a problem. What I was wondering was if any other guys who are hypersensitive have this problem too.

Cacho
02-03-10, 01:51 PM
idk, all I can say is that in college I often had a hard time standing up. I often had to errr adjust with my hands in my pocket before standing up at the end of class or from a chair anywhere... awkward, but what can you do?

sarey
02-08-10, 03:48 PM
I'm not a guy but I do get easily aroused too.

Then again, I'm 17.
>.>

AliKatski
02-08-10, 04:34 PM
Don't worry, when you get older (I'm 32), it becomes a blessing ;)

Especially when I speak to people of my age who have a problem with getting aroused.

meridian
02-08-10, 05:20 PM
I had that problem at 15 -- and yes I recall it being quite embarrassing.

Don't think it has to do with ADHD but rather with adolescence. If you are really concerned ask your doctor.

AliKatski
02-08-10, 07:18 PM
Don't think it has to do with ADHD but rather with adolescence. If you are really concerned ask your doctor.

Are you calling me adolescent? :D

meridian
02-08-10, 08:28 PM
Are you calling me adolescent? :D

If the shoe fits, hehe

But I was referring to the OP

brain chatter
03-04-10, 04:42 PM
Okay, so this topic is probably gonna get moved to the 'men with ADD' forum but I think it relates more to this one. I'm not a particularly sexual person, but I get boners way too easily. All my girlfriend has to do is hug me or give me a peck on the cheek and I go hard. A slight stroke anywhere below the belt will set me WAY off. I've explained to her that I'm just really sensitive to touch... but I'm worried that she will think I want sex all the time. When I'm out with her I'm constantly worried that I will get an erection and everyone will see. Does this happen to other guys here?


man i'm 43 and if the wind blows...well

better than the other direction

mpw123
03-05-10, 07:57 PM
If the shoe fits, hehe

But I was referring to the OP

I'm also not an adolescent.

kalimba
03-05-10, 08:08 PM
Figured I throw my two cents in.

I found that it happened randomly as many as 15-20 times a day when I was between the ages of 15-20. Then it slowly started tapering down and now it's only maybe 5 times a day at age 28. You also can learn to control it somewhat.

brain chatter
03-06-10, 07:07 PM
Figured I throw my two cents in.

I found that it happened randomly as many as 15-20 times a day when I was between the ages of 15-20. Then it slowly started tapering down and now it's only maybe 5 times a day at age 28. You also can learn to control it somewhat.

If you have the solution...DO TELL...

kalimba
03-09-10, 12:16 AM
If you have the solution...DO TELL...
janet reno!

Cacho
03-12-10, 02:29 AM
janet reno!

wait... for which direction? .... :rolleyes: ... jk...

kalimba
03-13-10, 12:24 AM
wait... for which direction? .... :rolleyes: ... jk...

Vertically, expanding, elongating, extending, naturally. :D

babychewy
04-28-11, 01:03 PM
If you have the solution...DO TELL...

Distraction. Think of something like the word "Mom" and watch a wave a nausea sweep over that will make you lose it LOL!!!

I am not a guy and I am 27. I still have that problem. It was faaaaaaaar worse as a teenager.

Lunacie
04-28-11, 01:07 PM
My hubby was like that. Trouble is, he thought it was ALWAYS a call to action. Nope. Huh-uh. Sorry dude.

Aquablade
04-28-11, 03:24 PM
My hubby was like that. Trouble is, he thought it was ALWAYS a call to action. Nope. Huh-uh. Sorry dude.

Yea it was the same way when I was married. A slight touch, look, something that she would put on, or even certain perfumes. While it wasn't like instantenous I would be like, hold up nobody called for the drawbridge to go up. I would just focus and think of something on the opposite spectrum for the "effect" to go away.

What I have found interesting is that I also need a mental connection with the women I being intimate with. If I don't have that, somewhere between point A and point B I lose interest, my mind goes somewhere else and the drawbridge goes back down. I learned that one night stands were not for me and would rather save the embarrassment.

Lunacie
04-28-11, 04:03 PM
Yea it was the same way when I was married. A slight touch, look, something that she would put on, or even certain perfumes. While it wasn't like instantenous I would be like, hold up nobody called for the drawbridge to go up. I would just focus and think of something on the opposite spectrum for the "effect" to go away.

What I have found interesting is that I also need a mental connection with the women I being intimate with. If I don't have that, somewhere between point A and point B I lose interest, my mind goes somewhere else and the drawbridge goes back down. I learned that one night stands were not for me and would rather save the embarrassment.

I wish my hubby had understood that it was just as possible for him to turn his attention to something else as for me to drop everything and satisfy "his needs" every freaking time. I was honestly afraid to do so much as hold hands with him because he would get turned on and take it as interest in going further on my part. Not a good way to develop a good relationship, eh?

Cacho
04-29-11, 12:49 PM
I wish my hubby had understood that it was just as possible for him to turn his attention to something else as for me to drop everything and satisfy "his needs" every freaking time. I was honestly afraid to do so much as hold hands with him because he would get turned on and take it as interest in going further on my part. Not a good way to develop a good relationship, eh?

See, that's the difference between women and men, he probably thought it's a great way of developing a relationship.

I'd be concerned if someone wasn't willing to drop everything for a roll in the hay, since that means that all those other things are more important than the relationship.... it's like a relationship test.

Lunacie
04-29-11, 01:23 PM
See, that's the difference between women and men, he probably thought it's a great way of developing a relationship.

I'd be concerned if someone wasn't willing to drop everything for a roll in the hay, since that means that all those other things are more important than the relationship.... it's like a relationship test.

Yeah, I think that may be how he saw it. I just felt like some of those other things were equally important as a roll in the hay. Like he didn't care if a "quickie" made him late to work, or if it meant that I had just put clean sheets on the bed and would have to remake it again. And he had absolutely no sympathy for the pain of a migraine headache or a slipped disk in my back that the muscle spasm of an orgasm triggered very painfully. For him, sex was a stress reliever and he was certain that it should also make me feel better. Too bad I didn't have the kind of migraines that cause severe nausea - I could have agreed to sex and then vomited on him. ;)

Yeah, he was generally inconsiderate of my feelings. Too bad I didn't realize sooner that I didn't have to put up with that.

Sorry for venting, probably way off topic.

D2thejay
05-24-11, 10:14 PM
Hell yeah. I have the same thing. It's just a natural Viagra, enjoy it. We're blessed. Some materials also do the same thing to me.

manismom
06-16-11, 06:49 PM
Ok hysterical. I snorted.

But wanted to let you know, Husband is 40 and has this issue. No way can he bluff during strip poker.

He's got other sensory issues, too. Cant touch cotton balls or anything sticky.