Why guilty? There is no reason for you to feel guilty. Masterbation IS a healthy part of living. Without that periodic release, we would be frustrated, and tense all the time. Even married couples masterbate regularly. No more guilt, OK???
I have had E.D. since i was in my twenties. That in itself, never stopped me from being affectionate. This man has issues in that reguard. And NO, you cannot fix it!!!
I hate to say things like this, but this situation warrants it; GET OUT! Leave this guy brfore it tears you down. You will never fix his inability to show you affection. He does not want to even communicate with you. Not even after you have told him how this is effecting you? Get out, NOW!!! YOU cannot FIX him!!!
I'm with Caprice here. He should see his Dr. right away. Better safe, than sorry. Has he injured himself recently? Or even in the past? Has he complained of back pain, neck pain? Its possible, he may have a pinched nerve?
There are times when, i may not feel more pain, yet i will break oout in cold sweats. When i had appendicitis, i broke out in cold sweats. Pain can cause this. Have him talk to his Dr., for your own peace of mind.
Oh, i see. Now i understand alot more. Still, there is nothing wrong with you. You must talk to your husband, and make him understand your concerns. Ask him, how do we go through our life with this problem? Tell him, you need more from him. Then ask him to put himself in your place, and think about it.
I am glad you are good to go, health wise. But, you really have me confused.. Your "HUSBAND" is with his first wife??? And, he is still with you??? If that is true, WOW, talk about having your cake, and eating it too!!!
I am very concerned with your mental well being. Why in the world would you stay with someone who is cheating on you??? You certainly do NOT deserve that!
May i suggest something? Leave this guy, and find someone who will give you love, and most importantly, RESPECT. Also one that will give you the sex you desire.
There is nothing wrong with you! You may have "low self esteem problems? There are many men out there, one will certainly fit the bill. For your sake, i hope you leave this double timer, and get yourself a good man.
I'm a little confused. You say your husband is healthy, yet has been diagnosed with low sperm count, and low motility? What has that to do with E.D.? You say he had no problem with his first wife, yet he has one with you?
Have you been tested for fertility? You claim your husband has been. If not, then do it. That way, if you are good to go, then he will have to accept that. He will then need to see an Urologist for his E.D..
Have you tried different things to excite him? Dress sexily, give him erotic massages? Anything? I hope you realize, that as we grow older, our sex drive diminishes over time? Your husband may be at that point?
He can go to a urologist, and have them cut his tendon. However, once this is done, i hear there is no going back? So, later in life, you may regret this decision? This tendon is right above the penis. That tendon is what holds your erection up.View Thread
It sounds like she desperately loves you, and wants you to be as happy as you make her? Tell her, that even if you never had sex for the rest of your life, she is all you would ever need. Tell her that being with her is all you want or need, if that be the case. You need to reassure her that, she is all you need, her companionship, togetherness. Try to get her to understand that your ejackulation is not all there is to sex.
Ask her to imagine the shoe on the other foot. What if it was her that could'nt have an orgasm? Would that change the way she feels? I think not.