Pain relief causes various reactions in others. What are some of the experinces you have had? I added a poll if you are working on your points.

Teacookie Teacookie
I would like to see how many partners are caring for their love ones and have possible noticed some added benifits.
Answers (public voting - your screen name will appear in the results):
What are you talking about pain causes pleasure.
When ever I massage their aches away they cum.
Pain relief does not affect our sex.
Ryuson
1
Why taking their pain away does not make them cum, it does leave the way open to play.
tA
1
Pain never goes away, beef up.
tA , Bignuf
2
other
funny4now , Lucky21
2
Total votes: 6 (5 voters)
Poll is closed
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funny4now funny4now
I'm not sure what this means, but when a person has chronic pain and has to take narcotic pain medicine I think it limits what they can do sexually.
02/24/2012
Lucky21 Lucky21
I too don't really understand what the question is.
02/24/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Teacookie
I would like to see how many partners are caring for their love ones and have possible noticed some added benifits.
We both have bad knees....both had knee surgery. He has a bad back now, which causes pain sometimes. There is ALWAYS some measure of pain SOMEWHERE in the body as you age (sorry younger folks here...just wait a while and YOU TOO will understand you are NOT made of "titanium", regardless of what you THINK at this point in life). Anyway, we have never let "normal" pain get in the way of play or lovemaking. It doesn't help, but it sure doesn't hurt.

Sure, once my knee went into a BAD pain spasm, while I was in a VERY "legs up high" position...and he just STOPPED. Asked if I wanted to stop, to which I replied, "no just hold still for a minute, let it pass", which it did, and all was well.

Pain is just part of life. Grow older and it becomes a BIGGER part of NORMAL life. We are still VERY high powered, go, GO, GO professionals, who have incredibly athletic backgrounds, but age is age....ain't NO stopping it.
02/25/2012
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by funny4now
I'm not sure what this means, but when a person has chronic pain and has to take narcotic pain medicine I think it limits what they can do sexually.
YES...that is true. Muscle relaxants without narcotic can inhibit ability to maintain erections too.
02/25/2012
Total posts: 5
Unique posters: 4