Yes, spinal injuries may eventually cause ED but both of you should never lose hope. Most doctors might recommend drugs such as vardenafil (more information here: http://www.hablalosinmiedo.com/vardenafil-hcl-20mg-treatment-for-impotence.html ) as a solution to ED. However he needs to check the doctor first to ensure that he is safe to take ED pills. If he truly loves you and woould want your sexual life to remain active then he should be able to overcome his embarassment and never hesitate to try out some treatments to conquer the symptoms.View Thread
ED or erectile dysfunction is among the most common sexual problems in men, and at some point of their lives they may experience ED. It should be surprising if most men would not want to talk about ED, as this can be threatening in their sexual life. With ED, a man can experience unsatisfied sexual life with his partner and eventually takes away the thing that makes him a man. There are numerous treatments available today for ED cures, such as vardenafil
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