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Don't over think it!teeth_smile
mistressjessica 348 reads
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I love and adore my older clients! 1 of them actually has had a heart transplant and he does just fine with some extra love and time..

Hell, My son had open heart surgery.. Today he a very active and healthy 19 year old boy with no shortage of young girls chasing him and yes,, he is more then happy to share all of his love!

I had a client who has Parkinson's disease and one who has prostate surgery..


Your gonna be fine.. just be patient and take care of yourself....
We all have something.. broken legs, crazy, diabetes,, the list goes on....

Just be yourself.. the rest will fall into place....

Ladies, we have all seen TV shows, movies, etc. that show a hobbyist having a medical issue when with a provider, dropped dead in bed, etc. I have never met anyone to whom this has happened. However, I will be having heart surgery next week. My doctor assures me that I will be able to resume "normal" activities within a few weeks or months. This made me think, however, would any ladies be reluctant to see an older gentleman who has or had known health issues? I would like your honest reply, please.

and even a few in their 70's

Usually by this age almost everyone has some health issues.
I feel that if a gentleman has a need to share medical info with a provider, like perhaps he has a Nitroglycerin
capsule he carries with him....she might need to know about that....he should share. Performance/medical issues should be shared so that both parties have enough information to feel safe and confident.

Posted By: jimconsul2003
Ladies, we have all seen TV shows, movies, etc. that show a hobbyist having a medical issue when with a provider, dropped dead in bed, etc. I have never met anyone to whom this has happened. However, I will be having heart surgery next week. My doctor assures me that I will be able to resume "normal" activities within a few weeks or months. This made me think, however, would any ladies be reluctant to see an older gentleman who has or had known health issues? I would like your honest reply, please.

Honey, once you became my regular, we became friends.. I know about your medical prob and I have to wish you the very best!! You are a kind sweet man, Jim. I will say my prayers and hopefully next time, WE have NO PROBLEMS lmao......... I am not reluctant to see you again, bc you are my friend, but I may tone it down a little until I see how it goes...

Best of luck Jim, my friend...

Honey, once you became my regular, we became friends.. I know about your medical prob and I have to wish you the very best!! You are a kind sweet man, Jim. I will say my prayers and hopefully next time, WE have NO PROBLEMS lmao......... I am not reluctant to see you again, bc you are my friend, but I may tone it down a little until I see how it goes...

Best of luck Jim, my friend...



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my older gents! And nope, Ive never been reluctant to see the ones who have had heart surgery. I know several that have. I saw one just a few weeks after his surgery. He was a little self concious about his scar, but I assured him that men with scars are SEXY as hell!!! It just shows me that you have had experiences in life. That you are obviously tough and strong because you made it thru that and have the scars to prove it!!

So, to answer your question, NO I would NOT be reluctant at all!!

Hope you feel better soon darlin.

You one a great gentleman and a lady will be treated as such with you.

I do like to know ahead of time if a gentleman of any age has any special needs.

You have an open door policy with me anytime...

xoxo,

Steph

PS... PM sent!

I would never be reluctant to see a gentleman due to health-related issues. I would just like to know ahead of time however what they may be, so I would know to tone down the "Toy experience" and not come full blast of the gate......still leaving the gentleman saying "WOW" with a perma-grin on his face!!! Wink!!

You my dear are grandest of gentlemen! I will keep you in my prayers for a successful surgery and speedy recovery!! :)

Many Muahs!!
Toy

I love and adore my older clients! 1 of them actually has had a heart transplant and he does just fine with some extra love and time..

Hell, My son had open heart surgery.. Today he a very active and healthy 19 year old boy with no shortage of young girls chasing him and yes,, he is more then happy to share all of his love!

I had a client who has Parkinson's disease and one who has prostate surgery..


Your gonna be fine.. just be patient and take care of yourself....
We all have something.. broken legs, crazy, diabetes,, the list goes on....

Just be yourself.. the rest will fall into place....

...clients has heart issues .... some he was born with and some him being a bit overweight added stress to and he's had 2 different surgeries in the just over 2yrs we've been meeting up. I always know to take it extra easy with him, he appreciates it and I enjoy his company. He's in his early 50's.

Good luck Jim with the surgery.
I spent alot of hours working in an open heart surgery ICU, they will take good care of you.

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