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Old 04-13-18, 11:35 AM   #1
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I had problem with erection for quite sometime now... 8 years to be exact.. and I am just 30... due to this I have not been in a relationship... this has taken a serious path now.. I have anxiety after I knew about my erection issue... I tried to be in a relation and it was going all fine, we did not have sex but close to it, but since I had not talked about it to her, I felt too anxious and broke up with her for no reason... I had consulted doctors a lot of em, but no one had solution... now I am visiting a sexologist, and taking medication for it.... but, still I feel so not upto when I used to have erection...

this is really effecting my daily life... not the worklife up to now, but I worry it will... I have tried exercising, I have quit smoking and drinking... still it feels that I have not recovered... I want to get married at some point of time, but if this persist I will not be able to, and this is making me anxious and have anxiety time to time... what am I suppose to do? I can't talk to anyone about this.

It is really stressful.
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Old 04-14-18, 08:46 AM   #2
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That's a serious issue and not easy to discuss,probzilla..because there is often shame involved about intimate matters,be it male or femalie oriented...i reckon erectyle dysfuntion is a stressfull feeling because it involves sex,relationship issues,stress,anxiety and certainly disbelief and frustration within yourself..i know a friend long ago who suffered from premature ejaculation and he got so worried about it because of the sexual dissapointment he could conflict towards girls,8 years,you say..and you're only 30 now=are you very nervous or are building up a tension when you go for sex?in a lot of cases it has to do with fear of failure,and anxiety that you will not be able to satisfy the girl in question etc...we are glad you had the guts to come into the open with your problem,this is a forum where we listen and not judge,so do not worry about that issue..sexual therapy will help you,you must see to it you are calm and concentrate on other things then your erection dysfunction,if a girl really loves you she will understand and not give nasty remarks about what happens..i bet medication and therapy finally will help and be succesful..keep us updated about your problem..can girls be frigid at young age?I doubt it?what myself is concerned no problem with erections so far...
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There is no miracle bounce back cure, despite what the late night infomercials claim. It takes time for the body to respond to any treatment. I presume you've had your blood checked for low t as well as vitamin deficiencies? What medications are you taking?
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I have dated guys with little penises. I felt perfectly satisfied with dildos, vibrators, belts, whips, nipple clamps, handcuffs, licking, playing with the hair, cuddling, talking, and most importantly, affection. So if I were you, I would tell the person you trust and incorporate other things.

What's sex? What about gay sex? Are they virgins for life? I personally think there's lots of ways to have sex.

I hope you have a great sex life and most importantly, a loving marriage.
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Old 04-25-18, 08:27 AM   #5
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Erectyle dysfunction has got to do with the blood flow towards your dick and trying to maintain it,it can be a factor of feeling shy,insecurity,low self esteem,fear of failure,testosterone levels etc..

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Men suffering from sexual dysfunction can be successful at reversing their problem, by focusing on lifestyle factors and not just relying on medication, according to research at the University of Adelaide.

In a new paper published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, researchers highlight the incidence of erectile dysfunction and lack of sexual desire among Australian men aged 35-80 years.

Over a five-year period, 31% of the 810 men involved in the study developed some form of erectile dysfunction.

"Sexual relations are not only an important part of people's wellbeing. From a clinical point of view, the inability of some men to perform sexually can also be linked to a range of other health problems, many of which can be debilitating or potentially fatal," says Professor Gary Wittert, Head of the Discipline of Medicine at the University of Adelaide and Director of the University's Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health.

"Our study saw a large proportion of men suffering from some form of erectile dysfunction, which is a concern. The major risk factors for this are typically physical conditions rather than psychological ones, such as being overweight or obese, a higher level of alcohol intake, having sleeping difficulties or obstructive sleep apnoea, and age.

"The good news is, our study also found that a large proportion of men were naturally overcoming erectile dysfunction issues. The remission rate of those with erectile dysfunction was 29%, which is very high. This shows that many of these factors affecting men are modifiable, offering them an opportunity to do something about their condition," Professor Wittert says.

The lead author of the paper, Dr Sean Martin from the University of Adelaide's Freemasons Foundation Centre for Men's Health, says: "Even when medication to help with erectile function is required, it is likely to be considerably more effective if lifestyle factors are also addressed.

"Erectile dysfunction can be a very serious issue because it's a marker of underlying cardiovascular disease, and it often occurs before heart conditions become apparent. Therefore, men should consider improving their weight and overall nutrition, exercise more, drink less alcohol and have a better night's sleep, as well as address risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure and cholesterol.

"This is not only likely to improve their sexual ability, but will be improve their cardiovascular health and reduce the risk of developing diabetes if they don't already have it."
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Maybe give cold-showers a try? they're supposed to improve your blood circulation (some say it increases testosterone too? not sure about that part though). Blood circulation is important for maintaining an erection.

I've been taking them for 6 months now; it helps wake me up in the morning and also prepares me to face uncomfortable situations in life. Supposedly also boosts the immune system's strength by shocking the body into producing more white blood cells, makes your hair healthier because it doesn't constantly get gried out by the heat and stripped completely of your natural hair oils, and makes your skin softer for the same reason.
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