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    Sex with empty bladder or full better for guys?
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    fuzzyguy posted:
    OK, this may sound really silly or stupid, but please bear with me a moment.

    I am assuming that most guys, like me, typically wake up with a full bladder and a terrific erection. There does seem to be some physilogical connection here.

    So, if a guy has sex wiht a full bladder, will it help him remain hard?
    I have tried doing a bit of personal "research" on this, but so far haven't had any firm proof (pardon the pun, yes, it was intentional!) of this working. Hey, I'm not ready to give it up yet.
    As they say, more research is needed, even if this is not a federally funded study. Hmmm, maybe I should apply for a research grant?
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    a_pugs_person responded:
    Mornings do seem to be better for my guy and me, but I know that at other times of the day he doesn't remain hard as long if he has to urinate.

    I can't remember if we both typically empty our bladders in the morning, or if it's just me. Sex is not as enjoyable for me with a full bladder.


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