No. But...I have turned away a client a second time because the V or C pill makes sex very uncomfortable for me and I can tell when it's being used. Sweety, you are probably feeling a little extra sensitive due to the nature of your new 'problem', and I doubt that whatever the providers issue is has anything to do with you.
Perhaps she's thinking you aren't attracted to HER anymore and that's why you couldn't get it up the last time? Maybe she thought it was HER fault...or that your feelings were becoming more than they should because you just kissed and rolled around with her instead of having things go as they did the first 2 times you were together.
I've also heard providers say they want easy appointments, and I guess being that emotional with a client for an hour (kissing, cuddling, etc...) is too hard for some of us (not including myself! i love kissing) to do and stay detached as some must in order to stay professional and be a good provider.
It could be ANYTHING!
Be gentle on yourself. It's 99% something else, unrelated to you... Hope that helps?
Posted By: Dudenextdoor I am in my 40s. Recently I started to suffer the effects of ED. I refused to take the little blue or yellow pills but that is about to change.
Well, here is my dilemma. I had seen a particular provider twice and we hit it off very well. I saw her last week for the third time and the ED kicked in. We spent the hour kissing, and doing everything else with the exeption of intercourse. My time ended and I left. I enjoyed her company and want to see her again. The problem is that she is not returning my e-mails. She usually replies within the hour but she has not replied to the two I have sent her and it has been a few days. Yes, I know its time to move on and I have already booked an overnight with another provider as well as picked up my prescription of the yellow 20s.
My question to the providers is:
Have you ever turned down a return visit from a client because he could not get it up?