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    looking for a decent urologist

    I seem to have the problem of either not getting hard at all or orgasming instantly. Its to the point where its extremely annoying (explains why I like DATY so much). Personally, I think my penis has joined the teamsters....

    Anyhow, if anyone knows of a competent, non-judgemental urologist who could advise me on available erection enhancing medications I (and probably anybody I see) would be very grateful. PM me with the details.

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john23
    Personally, I think my penis has joined the teamsters
    jesus, mary and joseph.....there would be a new level of hell, a unionized penis!

    going for mandated coffee breaks in mid screw, filing grievances for diddling nasty snappers, go on strike every 5 years and you have to bring in a scab pecker (ewwww)



    Quote Originally Posted by john23
    non-judgemental urologist
    just a hunch......but if someone's spent ~8 years in school to learn about the cock I think they've lost any judgementalness......as a serious suggestion I'd ask your GP

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    Thanks. I just don't trust these online pharmacies. In any case there are a bunch of medications available so I'd like to make an informed choice.

    Hey, I love helping the SPs enjoy themselves. I just wish the part below my waist could be involved!

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    there is a union and its the IOU and boy do I ever you can't see a urologist with seeing a GP first I believe, but who knows

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    My problem is my GP is extremely judgemental about all this. I'm sure I'd get nowhere if I brought the topic up. I guess I can just go to a walk-in clinic and pretend like I don't have a GP.

    Quote Originally Posted by jjinvan
    The best (and just about the only) way to see a specialist is to get a referral from your GP, so you want to start by going and seeing your GP and discussing the problem and your wish to see a urologist about it.

    When a specialist submits their bill to the provincial government, they have to give the name and billing number of the doctor who referred the patient, otherwise they get paid the 'Primary Care' (ie: GP) rate. The only exceptions for this are things like ER physicians (who are usually on salary anyway).

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    Quote Originally Posted by john23
    My problem is my GP is extremely judgemental about all this.
    No disrespect but you need to find a different GP. IMO there isn't a more valuable resource for your health and as such you should be comfortable in discussing ANYTHING with him/her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjinvan
    Yep, find a new GP.
    I will. No worries on that one.

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