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Would U Tell Her U Are Impotent?

ok, ok, we always hear that sex before marriage ain't godly.

but come to think of it?

, u guys don't do the 'thing', u get married, and u find out that the man is impotent, what would u do?

and for the men, would u tell a lady u really love and intend to marry that u can't get the 'yang' up? why?

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You could tell her and/or buy Viagra. . . it's your call.

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i no know why the man go wait till him marry before he talk that kin thing.

the man is a bad selfish and useless man.

there is nothing new under the sun.nothing dey happen now wey never happen before.

as soon as the man don discover say he dey malfunction,he suppose raise alarm to senior family members say

"e gba mi o.Ko le dide"

"ko mu ina rara"

quick quick,olori ebi go gather awon "baba ati iya agba".

by the time dem bombard the man agbo,agunmu,ajesara,etc.,the blood go redirect do where him prick dey

one time the thing go wake up dey charge always.

no trick the lady into marraige b4 the man talk.that one bad no be small.

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Let's not deceive ourselves, it's gonna be hard on both parties but with understanding they can work things.

For the wife - Understanding why her husband didn't tell her before marriage. He probably was embarrassed and thot she might leave. Men are very sensitive about such matters.

For the husband - Understanding when he comes home to find the poolboy, the driver, the maigaurd, their neighbors 18yrs old son, the 18 yrs old boy's father, the milkman, the newspaper man. . . any man servicing his wife.

Like I said understanding is the key to a Happy & Succesful marriage.

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Lmao.

Sm pple wan kil me wit laffter o

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Its two sided.

In any case,d other partner MAY be divorce d guilty one.

I still think,feel nd know dat if ma hubby tries such

STR8 DIVORCE nd nobody is gon think m wicked.

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No way in hell for him. If he is impotent, he has to go find a nun, PERIOD!!!!!!!!

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Missy B,

I totally agree with you.

And you know what, this is a pretty serious issue, and can u believe that lots of churches fail to address this issue, yet they preach abstinence before marriage!

I honestly am of the opinion that partners should be truthful to each other, in every way.

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Even if he didn't know before the marriage, it warrants a divorce if she still wants it

If it's sumone that lived her life with the get married-retire as a grandmum idea of success, there's definitely no use staying married

She'll most def not find happiness all her life if she plans to struggle all through the marriage. . . she has to settle down and figure out what's most important to her

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@karma, i feel you dude, many people do not believe reproduction is alot of work, it not just that you want to impregnate someone, it more than that, its how.

majority of men believe good sex = good results, donot be decieved its a very different ball game there, now you'll be dealing with genetics xx & xy

a healthy diet also helps alot, and some other things, eg pineapple, dates, raw eggs etc.

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I read a story of a woman who found her self in this situation on her wedding night. The guy knew he was impotent, hadn't had an Attention for over 10 years. What was she to do? I find it very hard to believe someone wouldn't know, not in this day and age. But if he truly doesn't, it will be very stressful, imagine if there was no cure?

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I still dont understand how couples agree to get married without a through checkup. All the way from blood to reproductive checkups. People need to wake up and not just focus on the wedding

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@topic, if its permanent impotency, i think they should split, cos like it or not it would bring problems sooner or later,

ADVICE, unlike ladies alot of guys shy away from potency test, please guys on a very serious not take potency test sometime, it would do you alot of help,

eg you would get to know if you have watery juices or not, your sperm count and everyother thing that has to do with reproduction.

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That's why people who are planning on getting married should not shy away from these issues. They should discuss these things so there are no suprises later on.

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Oh I understand that dear but even if YOU dont find that out on your own before getting married, it's required that your partner TELLS you such things beforehand, after all it's NOT something trivial. The same love you have to stay with him despite his issues, he also should have the same love where he would tell you about such things before that day. He should at the very least give you the OPTION to want to accept his situation or not. Any other way is unfair and says alot about the person

Same I would tell a female who knowingly has reproductive issues.

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But if there are guys out there with such situations, I do suggest an open plain honesty with your partner. Although there are possibilities of her going all out to tell a third party which as a guy you would not like.

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Pataki,

surely, a man would know if he is impotent or not.

what i am asking is, if u are a man, would u tell ur babe whom u intent to marry, that u are impotent?

and as a lady, what would u do, if u discover after marriage, that he is impotent?

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According to d poster,d man is so aware of his impotency

bhut keeps it away frm his wife.

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Such a wicked person to know and not tell

Thats what you get by marrying the person you dont know

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Is there a possibility that a man will not know he is impotent?

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