Doctor insights on:
If problem, see Dr: If not achieving this on own (or not any longer), should discuss options with your dr or urologist. History & exam will screen for any medical issue causing this that may need treatment, and meds can be prescribed to help, or educate about alternatives (vacuum/ring/etc.). ...Read more
Depends: The penis is a pump, blood flows in, the veins control preventing the blood out (with sexual arousal) which makes the penis hard. If your heart is healthy enough for circulation, your medications/or alcohol do not interfere with maintaining an erection, and your sexual choices are good, the " rock hardness" should be there for you. Poor sleep, depression or obesity can interfere. ...Read more
Stay calm: Calming and comforting effect?Get a more detailed answer ›
Rock: Mannerisms is sign where they get comfort with focusing on internal stimulation. ...Read more
Some young children, and it is normal behavior rock back and forth or sit on edges of chairs in order to self stimulate, ie. Masturbate.
It is normal but may be mortifying if he chooses to do it in front of a living room full of guests.
If your child is a bit older than a toddler you can let him know where it is acceptable to do, and if he is younger maybe try changing activities. ...Read more
I constantly rock back and forth and I am 16. I never notice untill my friends tell me. Why do I rock back and forth?
Rocking: Rocking back and forth may be a sign of various problems such as ocd or asbergers syndrome. Consult a neurologist or psychotherapist for help. ...Read more
How long does rock stay in ur system? Sumone told me they did rock in they wuna noe how long it stay's in ur system for?
Stone?: If you mean a stone in your urinary system, depending on size it may need to be removed with the help of a urologic procedure. The person should see a urologist. ...Read more
My son just turned 5... we found a couple baby birds in a nest. The next day he took a rock and killed them all. Is this behavior to worry about?
See his doctor: Some of this answer depends on his response to his actions. Was he sad about what he did? Did he understand what he was doing? It would be a good idea to talk to his doctor who hopefully knows him well - you and your doctor can determine if this was a curious behavior or indicative of a more problematic underlying issue. ...Read more
In late May I fell 3 ft into a huge rock. I couldn't sit for a while after that. Four months later, right now, it still hurts to sit. Is it broken?
Coccyx: You may have fractured or dislocated your coccyx I would suggest you see a physician get an x-ray and a definitive diagnosis ...Read more
Core strengthening: You can improve the strength and tone of your abdominal muscles by focusing on core strengthening exercises such as planks and crunches. Loss of overlying fatty layer will also uncover rock hard abs that may already be there to some degree. ...Read more
Yes: At less than 3 or 4 months of age, a baby can't get too much cuddling, contact, and comfort, including rocking to sleep. Though there is some debate as children get older, in my own opinion, I think parents will have plenty of opportunities to help teach their older children to deal with frustration. I believe in helping young children get to sleep in a setting of feeling loved and nurtured. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: As men age, the degree of penile rigidity may lessen but with a widely variable pace. But slowing down the frequency of coitus, doing it while stomach is at least half way empty & after you get a full mental and physical rest and recovery, and taking on healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession will help significantly even without PDE-5 inhibitors like Viagra (sildenafil). ...Read more
Guess it depends: How big the rock is, how fast it is going and where it hits and what baseline health status is. If you are a big tall giant philistine and you see a slingshot. ..Run. As a medical doctor I can say unequivocally that I do not recommend getting hit in the head by any rock. ...Read more
Not necessarily: You can improve the strength and tone of your abdominal muscles without the addition of any products. Focus on core strengthening exercises such as planks and crunches. Loss of overlying fatty layer will also uncover rock hard abs that may already be there to some degree. ...Read more
Rocks: No, all kidding aside, there are no "magic" foods that help erections -- unless there is some food that gives you erotic fantasies when you think about it. Good balanced nutrition and exercise with weight loss if needed are the only ways. Relax, erections tend to slowly diminish as you get older, so you need to be more inventive. ...Read more
Puss under pressure.: Abcesses are puss under pressure. They get very hard when there is no way for the abcess contents to drain. Generally they will try to break through to an adjacent structure or through the skin to relieve the pressure. If this is not possible they will become rock hard and very painful. Eventually all abcesses rupture and bring great relief, but a scalpel is sometimes helpful. ...Read more
Ed: Need ed eval; but also cardiac risk factor check too. ...Read more
Ask a gymnast: It's not abnormal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Since I rock all the time would that cause my lower back to hurt all the time? What would u suggests I do
Back pain: Keep the proper posture as much as possible, stting straight with the normal curves and shoulders curved back. Learn some back muscle strengthening exercises as it is probably muscle related problem. If pain persist get xrays to rule out any structural problems ...Read more