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
I too suffered from this. What i did, besides masturbating more, was to concentrate on something else for awhile. Anything else than what you are doing, but keep the sex in the back of your mind, or, like i did a few times, i lost my erection. Dont worry. That was my biggest problem, worry. Dont worry about how well you perform, rather, concentrate on pleasing your girlfriend!!!! That works just about all the time for me! Good luck!View Thread
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