Something I haven't shared with many folks, but I went through this a couple years ago...
There was a time, when my meds and I didn't get along, and I found myself waking in the morning without my little friend.
In fact, my friend seemed to be mostly absent from my life.
Not knowing what to do I asked my doctor one day if this was part of being 40+ or what? My doc, another proud gay man, was concerned, you should have seen the look on his face!
He excalimed "Oh, no, I don't know what I would do without my morning friend! We need to find out whats going on with you immediately."
And he did - I haven't had a problem since. Apparently testosterone production can be inhibited by the combination of medicines necessary to suppress my HIV.
|One of my favorite things in the morning is looking at my husband's ass as he sleeps next to me. It's damn hot.|
|He has some beautiful fur on his body and watching the light filter through it is enough to make my blood and hormones absolutely boil with need.|
Now when I see my doc every few months he winks and asks "Is your friend still visiting you everyday?" and I laugh, because he really truly heard the fear under my question - and he responded the way we want certain men to respond - authoritatively, with the right action and with a successful result.