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Does Anyone Out There Have A PD Person Obsessed With Pornography?

Does Anyone Out There Have A PD Person Obsessed With Pornography?

A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Po rnography is the response to drug effect used in PD. This medications in man present urgency for sexual activity, compulsive shopping, of.nonsense items,urgency to gambling. In the woman is different. In case of man many have ED but the urgency will increase do medications. So it may present a complication in the couple relation.

posted about 3 years ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

My husband was diagnosed with PD 10 years ago at 45. He and I married in 2018. His 1st wife divorced him when he was diagnosed. (Story for another day🙄)
In regards to the question and comments about the Hypersexuality, my husband and I have sex 6-7 times a week. There are many nights that it is just planned in our nightly activities, no different than having dinner. Being newlyweds, I just assumed that it was normal and our sex life is very good, but now its to the point that it is expected and has taken all the spontaneity out of the joys of sex. I t is now at the point we are arguing because I feel used. He currently takes Senamit , and based on a comment above is a side effect of that meditation.
As a caregiver,
I want to give him any happiness or hopefulness I can, but not at the expense of running our marriage. alwaysquestioned, is i

posted 3 months ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Is a compulsive disorder related to medication.May also present this behavior in buying things,gambling, hobbies merchandise etc.

posted almost 3 years ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

@A MyParkinsonsTeam Member
What a wonderful and candid feedback you give.
I applaud your frankness and descriptive response to this very delicate condition.
I can see by your story that the line between being a caregiver AND a wife could be distorted by this issue.
His approach would be all important. Men should Always understand Romance in lovemaking.
It’s in the Giving not the Taking.
Bless your heart for understanding both sides of your husbands dilemma.
And thank you again for coming out bold on this subject!
Very thoughtful! Very brave! Sending prayers your way!

posted about 1 month ago
A MyParkinsonsTeam Member said:

Me,it will pass

posted almost 3 years ago
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