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Morning Wood

Morning Wood

It’s been about 3 years now and I rarely get morning wood. Is this something every man should be getting when they wake up in the morning? I had a test for this a few years back and my urologist said my night erections were very poor. I am only 28. Is this something I should bring attention to my doctor about again? I read on the board of course pe might take a toll on morning erections but that doesn’t seem to be the link for me.

Looking back, I had similar problem. Stretching before going to sleep seems to have solve it. Not strenuous but at half what I normally do, one of those long (5 minutes per angle) stretching at all angles. I wouldn’t bring it up unless it affects my actual performance.

I haven’t had morning wood in over 5 years now. I’ve also had tremendous troubles getting and maintaining erections during this time. I’m sure the two are linked but I have no idea why.

Proper PE should IMPROVE your nite and morning wood. Improve means “better for you” or more than what you have had.

If PE has improved your nite and morning wood, then you are on the right track, meaning you are getting enough recovery from your PE to show improvement of function.

If, since starting PE, it has gotten worse, then you are doing too much, and its time to take a break or cut back.

I forgot to add that I don’t do PE. I tried it twice but couldn’t do it due to too much pain.

Originally Posted by Marcus j
It’s been about 3 years now and I rarely get morning wood. Is this something every man should be getting when they wake up in the morning? I had a test for this a few years back and my urologist said my night erections were very poor. I am only 28. Is this something I should bring attention to my doctor about again? I read on the board of course pe might take a toll on morning erections but that doesn’t seem to be the link for me.

I forgot to mention, kegels are very important. Try doing a 5 minute routine 3 times a week if you haven’t been doing these.

Make sure you don’t have cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

Originally Posted by sparkyx
Hey Formula!

We are all waiting for you to find a Doctor smart enough to fix whatever the hell is going on with you!

We are all pulling for you man!

I appreciate it but I don’t think that doctor exists. Sorry Marcus I didn’t want to hijack your thread I just was saying that no morning wood is a problem for some of us that do not do PE.

To be honest I didn’t think not getting morning erections was a big issue? I only thought having strong morning erections was something in younger years?

In the past I can hardly remember waking-up with erections. However, I clearly cannot comment if I get them during the night and they generally haven’t affected my ability to get an erection during the day when needed :) . However, I did class myself as having a low sex drive and have felt down for a while.

Since starting exercise I have found my sex drive has increased.

Since starting PE I have noticed I am waking-up with erections.

But do remember, issues related to the penis can be emotional as well as physical. Example, some guys who want to be porno stars cannot get erections on set, they don’t have ED or anything, but stress means they cannot get an erection.

I’d say jelqing helps blood flow and erections. However, if you can get an erection when needed, I don’t think you have a problem. However, morning wood is a sign of a healthier penis, so if you don’t get them you can improve your unit/lifestyle, etc.


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Originally Posted by sparkyx
I forgot to mention, kegels are very important. Try doing a 5 minute routine 3 times a week if you haven’t been doing these.

Make sure you don’t have cardiovascular disease or diabetes.

No diabetes but I do know my cholesterol is high.

Clogging of the arteries of the penis can reduce erectile function. Actually, the penis or more specifically ED (erectile dysfunction) can precede other more serious indicators of heart disease by three or more years.

So, all you guys with some type of ED (NOT caused by PE) it is wise to get a complete checkup to make sure that the ED is not an indication of more serious underlying problems.

When they want to differentiate true ED from psychogenic ED, they (used to ) use a way to measure if you are getting erections at nite (the ol’ paper ring test). If you got normal erections at nite, then it was a psychological problem, if you didn’t then it was some type of physical problem.

I would have your Doc look into it, and make sure you don’t have some underlying physical problem like early stages of Cardiovascular Disease.


Last edited by sparkyx : 09-08-2007 at .

Originally Posted by Marcus j

It’s been about 3 years now and I rarely get morning wood. Is this something every man should be getting when they wake up in the morning? I had a test for this a few years back and my urologist said my night erections were very poor. I am only 28. Is this something I should bring attention to my doctor about again? I read on the board of course pe might take a toll on morning erections but that doesn’t seem to be the link for me.

How often do you jack-off and or have sex? The less of either seems to increase morning wood for me and I’m 30.

Originally Posted by sparkyx
Clogging of the arteries of the penis can reduce erectile function. Actually, the penis or more specifically ED (erectile dysfunction) can precede other more serious indicators of heart disease by three or more years.

So, all you guys with some type of ED (NOT caused by PE) it is wise to get a complete checkup to make sure that the ED is not an indication of more serious underlying problems.

I would have your Doc look into it, and make sure you don’t have some underlying physical problem like early stages of Cardiovascular Disease.

I’m sorry, that is one of the most absurd things I have read.

I have some knowledge of cardiovascular disease. Firstly, the guy concerned said he didn’t have morning erections, there is a massive difference between that and Erectile Disfunction.

If you are suggesting a guy with ED should visit a doctor for that issue, then yes, I agree. However, 1/3 of cases of ED are psychological related to fatigue, stress or excessive alcohol consumption, smoking, etc. As regards physical factors, diabetes, medication taken, thyroid or kidney problems are more likely although high blood pressure is a potential issue, but that should be picked-up at a normal check-up.

The primary assessment of CV risk would be related to age, lifestyle I.e. Diet, smoking, exercise, family history, BP and so forth.

Walk into a cardiologist and say I have ED at 28 is it likely to be the onset of atherosclerosis!

Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for having a medical check-up. Here in the UK local chemists will do BP, diabetes, HR etc checks for free, people should know their bodies. But worrying a guy at 28 without morning wood he should look for CV disease is a complete over-reaction and not responsible.

Yes ED could be CV related, but me feeling sick could be my kidneys failing and leading to death, is it likely?

Trust me, if the body has a serious issue it lets you know.

However, I would say anyone living unhealthy should be aware of CV. But if a guy of 28 is generally healthy, CV disease shouldn’t be a worry for him.

Let us try and be balanced in how we reply!


01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

Originally Posted by ThunderSS
You sure are a cocky fucker for being a new guy Ruz. That may be a good thing and then again it may not.

Sorry Thunder, just my attitude!

I do have some medical knowledge, I am also passionate on men’s health issues after family illness etc.

It’s just to say a guy who is 28 and doesn’t have morning wood should get a check-up for CV disease is over the top (assuming no other risk factors), the stress of saying that is far more likely to upset the guy than the genuine risk of him having a heart attack at 28!

I’ll try and tone it down thunder.


01/08/07: 5.75" BPEL, 5.25" EG ::: 26/05/10: 7.3" BPEL, 5.4" MSEG, [My Progress Pics] - [My Routine]

Revised Min Final Objective: [/b] 7.75" BPEL (33% increase), 5.5" MSEG

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