Wow, i dont get that either? You say you are willing, and that you try desperately to get him hard, and get no reponse from him? Wow! I dont know any of his, or your, backgrounds. If he puts more effort into masturbation than making love to you, it seems he has lost interest in sex?
Have you tried being romantic with him? Have you tried setting the mood? Have you tried dressing in sexy clothes? Most importantly, have you talked to him about his E.D. in a compassionate way? Has he seen a Dr. for his e.d.? When he masturbates, does he acheive an erection? Does this man still say he loves you? So many questions.
There is always therapy. Try to talk him into therapy. If he does'nt bend a little, then you cannot be expected to stay with him! You are a living human being with normal sexual desires. Those desires must be met in order to have a normal, healthy relationship. If you seek help, you will finds it. Get some support from family and friends. If you still love him, dont give up too easily.
Dude! Have you tried anything to arouse her interest in having sex? Try a little romance, what could it hurt?
On the other hand, it sounds to me, as if your wife might be having an affair? Perhaps with another married man? And she's only staying with you for convieniance? Man, i sure hope thats not the case! You need to find out why she lost interest in sex with you?
Hi An_245, i myself had E.D. when i was in my mid to late twenties. And yes, like your husband, i dealt with it very badly. I cant speak for your husband, but i can tell you this, i was terrified! Just the thought of not pleasing my wife threw me into a deep depression. I was so afraid she would find out, i actually picked fights with her to avoid the bedroom. How crazy is that?
Dont let this get you down. Talk to a cousellor, find out how best to breach this subject with your husband? Communication is the absolute must, in this situation!
Please understand this, your husband does not hate you, nor does he want to neglect you. Understand that this is a horrible experience that the two of you are going thru. But, you can help yourself and him. Talk to that cousellor. And, there are plenty of helpful resourses right here on this site. All you have to do is look around the site.
It sounds to me like you really want to help? Whatever you do, dont give up! Remember this, its not his fault! And the two of you working together should strengthen your marriage. Best of luck to you both! DennisView Thread
Hi Caprice, me again. Currently, i take Vardenafil, or Levitra. It works amazingly well for me. I have also tried the Sildenafil, or Viagra, but that gave me a migraine headache. So, i stick with the Levitra.
I would like to know what the price per pill is? The two articles i've read, said nothing about price. Will this Avanafil be comparable in price to the Levitra?
Thanks for any info you have on the price. Thanks as always, DennisView Thread
Dont have much to go on. But here goes... Do you exersize? Do you eat healthy? Are you interested enough in having sex? All that aside, have you seen a Dr.? That is always the first thing you should do, especially when it comes to having sex!
There are different reasons for different problems. You could be suffering from low testosterone? The easily fatigued part scares me a little. You could have some underlying health problem? Not to alarm you, but it could have to do with blood flow? Or, it could be a lack of exercise/healthy diet?
And as for the no ejackulation, I've heard that could be nothing? But why take chances? Go see your DR.!!!
That doesn't sound like a good screen name. I hope you dont eat them all the time? You did not say how old you are? So, i dont really know what to say?
Lets start with this, when you do all the work, you lose your erection prior to orgasm? It could very well be you current physical conditioning? Do you excersize at all? If not see your Dr. prior to starting. In the mean time, start walking some. Even a little excersize is better than none. And take the wife along.
Next, you say you do alright when the wife does all, or most of the work? Well then, whats the problem with her doing most, or all the work? As long as you are both sexually satisfied, where is the problem?
The most important thing i find here, is the fact that your exertion level seems a little short? I would highly recomend you see your Primary care Doctor. Dont be shy, tell hin/her what the problem is, i'm sure he/she will be glad to help.
I'm guessing you are a young man? Otherwise healthy? It would seem that your constant masterbation has deadened the feeling? Try not to put so much grip on it. Try using something like silk to masterbate with, get the feeling back. The glans and underside of your penis, should be the most sensitive. So, lighten up!
Sorry, i am not a woman, or a Dr. I have suffered with ED for many, many years now. And i'm only 53. It sounds like your partner needs to see a urologist? There may be some underlying problem here? It could be serious! Also, he may be a good candidate for testosterone therapy? Have his levels checked. I get all the help i need with levitra, hey, it works for me! Talk to him about it. If you two are commited to one another, he will understand, and want to do everything he can. Good luck! DennisView Thread